Sometimes users are not able to login because of locked accounts. To reactivate the account, work with an Analytics administrator within your organization in following the steps listed in theTroubleshoot locked accounts article.
Please follow the below mentioned steps to upload a file via FTP:
- Click Admin Tools > Classification Importer.
- Click Import File, then click FTP Import.
- Next to the FTP account that you want to use, click View.
- Use the FTP access information (Host, Login, Password) to access the FTP server using an FTP client.
- Upload the data file (.tab or .txt) to the FTP server.
- After uploading the data file, upload a FIN file that indicates the file is ready to process. The FIN file is an empty file that has the same name as your data file, with a .fin filename extension. For example, if your data file is classdata1.tab, the FIN filename is classdata1.fin.Click here to know more.
Why Classifications FTP upload is failing or taking too long?
Unable to upload/import
Classifications require a specific file type to upload successfully. If saved improperly, it throws an error and doesn't process any rows. - Uploading a spreadsheet (.xlsx) to SAINT instead of a .tab or .txt file: SAINT does not know how to handle Microsoft's Excel spreadsheet format. - Changing the filename extension after saving it as a workbook: Changing any .xlsx extension to .tab or .txt directly generates an invalid workbook. - Using uppercase extensions: Uppercase extensions (such as saintupload.TXT) don't work with SAINT. - Incorrect encoding on Apple computers: If using Mac OS, save the file as Windows Formatted Text instead of Text Tab-delimited. Click here to know more.
How to use/create classifications?
Before importing attribute data into your report suite, create the appropriate classifications. In order to create classifications follow the below steps:
- Navigate to Analytics > Admin Tools and create desired classifications.
- Create a classifications data file to populate the classifications with data. Click here to know more.
How to use Classification Rule Builder?
Classification Rule Builder
Create automatic, rule-based classifications instead of maintaining and uploading classifications each time the tracking codes changes. Get started with Classification Rules by following below steps:
- Go to Admin tools > Classifications > Rule Builder and take the steps to create classification rules.Click here to know more.
Why Classifications not recognizing the file to be uploaded?
Not able to recognise the file
If Classfications are not able to recognise the file or its content, please make sure the file is correctly formatted: - Rows that have already been classified: When attempting to upload rows that have already been classified with the same value, SAINT returns a number of rows that had no effect. - Missing SAINT header: A classification file without a header does't process successfully. - Header does not match the variable being uploaded: If you download a SAINT template for the campaign variable and attempt to upload it to a pageName classification, it fails. - Line four within the classification file contains data: If this blank row is populated with data, the classification import can sometimes fail. - A key value contains the value 0: SAINT cannot differentiate the value 0 from a blank cell, so it cannot classify this value.Click here to know more.
This section talks about the release history for AppMeasurement libraries across web and mobile platforms.
The latest version of each library can be downloaded in Marketing Reports & Analytics > Admin Tools > Code Manager.Click here to know more.
How to debug the s_code file?
The Adobe Debugger (previously DigitalPulse Debugger) is a free tool provided by Adobe that lets you view the data being collected from your site on any given page . Click to know more.
How to track different link types?
How to enable video tracking?
How to track mobile Apps?
Acquisition links with unique tracking codes can be generated in Adobe Mobile services. When a user downloads and runs an app from the Apple App Store after clicking on the generated link, the SDK automatically collects and sends the acquisition data to Adobe Mobile services.For Android AppsClick here.For IOS AppsClick here.
Provide the Completed Form to Adobe: After the request form is complete, you can contact your Account Manager, your Implementation Consultant, or have one of your organization's supported users contact ClientCare to provide them with this information. It will be passed on to the FPC specialist.
Determine if your site uses https:// protocol. If it does, requesting a CSR and purchasing an SSL certificate is required.
Note: An SSL certificate is not required if you do not have any secure pages or content. This entire step may be skipped if you use only http:// protocol on your site. Click here to know more
Information about certification expiration notice?
SSL certificates expire each year, meaning that Adobe requires an updated certificate request each time this happens. The FPC specialist provides sufficient warning when this occurs, however, it is recommended to be proactive in monitoring the expiration and providing Adobe with this updated certificate. Click here to know more.
Information about plugins.
Information about data insertion API.
Adobe has created multiple ways to send data into Analytics. These methods include tracking information in real-time from web sites, emails, campaigns, web-based kiosks, mobile devices, client-server applications, and most applications that can access the Internet.
These methods include reporting on information from offline systems via the Data Sources and partner integration platform. Click here to know more.
What is 500 error?
The 500 error is an internal server error which causes a "500 Query Error" status. Click to know more