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Problem with passing events & merchandising evar in s.products - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi everyone, Could you please help me with debugging the following issue. We are passing numeric events (event85) and merchandising variables (evar63) as s.products' attributes. Event85 is specific to different values of evar63 - it may be omitted or it may be set to event85=2. So, i can't pass it into s.events="prodView, event85=1" and apply it to all products in s.products string. Here is the page code:s.events = “prodView”s.products = “Modules; Mod001;;;event39=1, Modules; Mod001;;;event85=1;...

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Re: Problem with passing events & merchandising evar in s.products - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Brian, Thank you! That made the trick!irina

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Problem with passing events & merchandising evar in s.products - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi everyone, Could you please help me with debugging the following issue. We are passing numeric events (event85) and merchandising variables (evar63) as s.products' attributes. Event85 is specific to different values of evar63 - it may be omitted or it may be set to event85=2. So, i can't pass it into s.events="prodView, event85=1" and apply it to all products in s.products string. Here is the page code:s.events = “prodView”s.products = “Modules; Mod001;;;event39=1, Modules; Mod001;;;event85=1;...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Harry, thank for your input. Indeed, it should be something really simple.Are you saying you were able to overwrite the merchandising evar with other value and the product syntax stayed intact? Doesn't it contradict to Adobe Help section where 'The product string, referrer, and user agent cannot be changed' (http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/reference/processing_rules_about.html). ?It was my very first attempt to concatenate the values and it didn't work.We are passing one conversion v...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Harry, do you remember if your Merchandising evar used Product Syntax or Conversion variable syntax?I've got Client Care confirmation that merchandising evar set up with Product Syntax can not be used in the processing rules to overwrite another variable.thanks!irina

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
HI Harry, Using Data Warehouse is possible, but quite challenging for a regular business user. This is an option, but i'm still looking for a way to implement the classification of a concatenated merchandising evar + currdate.RE: Overwrite merchandising evar to another variable - that sounds promising! I'm not sure why, but it doesn't work for me. Did the new variable (URL) inherit the events allocated to the merchandising evar?I'm using:s.events = “prodView,event85=1”s.products="Modules; Mod001...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi Harry, Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure if i know how to implement your suggestion. I need to capture the merchandising evar, concatenate it to the current date, and then classify the combined value. Are you saying that i can create a classification based on 2 variables at the same time (merchandising evar and date fired separately)? I haven't heard of that....In my project, i need to classify the evar+date combination to preserve the historical changes made to some classification attribut...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hi Harry, Thanks for your reply. I'm not sure if i know how to implement your suggestion. I need to capture the merchandising evar, concatenate it to the current date, and then classify the combined value. Are you saying that i can create a classification based on 2 variables at the same time (merchandising evar and date fired separately)? I haven't heard of that....In my project, i need to classify the evar+date combination to preserve the historical changes made to some classification attribut...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Hmmm, that's quite unfortunate :-(. I can't really set the concatenated value of evar63 and the current date into s.products. It will break all s.products & image request character limits. And i absolutely need these ids be processed with the dates because it will be used for the date-specific classifications.OK, one more workaround theory (and a question). If i pass the incrementor event to s.events, set merchandising evar63 into s.products, pass another empty evar64 on the same call and then -...

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Re: Can processing rules be applied to concatenate merchandising evar to context data? - Adobe Analytics 15-10-2015
Brian, thank youI wish merchandising evars could me manipulated via processing rules.Well, i'm testing the workaround with an additional variable. I assumed that the value of a merchandising evar can still be copied to another evar via processing rules. Is my assumption correct? So, we are passing the merchandising evar in the s.products on s.t() call together with a context data variable:s.products="Category;SKU;;;event85=1;evar63=id_1"s.contextData["currdate"]=new Date();Then, i copy the value...

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