Standard Lookups are only available for Analytics Data Connector data sources in CJA. You can use them with standard Adobe Analytics implementations, or the Adobe Experience Platform Web SDK, or the Experience Platform data collection APIs.
Standard lookups (also known as Adobe-supplied lookups) enhance the ability of Customer Journey Analytics to report on some dimensions/attributes that are not useful by themselves but are useful when joined with other data. Examples include attributes of mobile devices, and attributes of OS and Browser dimensions, such as browser version numbers. A ‘Standard Lookup’ is similar to a lookup data set. Standard lookups are applicable across Experience Cloud organizations. They are automatically applied to all event datasets that contain certain XDM schema fields (see below for the specific fields.) A standard lookup dataset exists for each schema location that Adobe is classifying.
In traditional Adobe Analytics, these dimensions show up on their own, whereas in CJA, you have to actively include these dimensions when you create data views. In the Connections workflow, you select a dataset that is flagged as one with a key for standard lookup. The Data Views UI automatically knows to include all the standard lookup dimensions as available for reporting. The lookup files are automatically kept up to date and available, across all regions and for all accounts. They are stored in region-specific organizations associated with the customer.
Standard lookup datasets automatically get applied at report time. If you use the Analytics Data Connector and you bring in a dimension for which Adobe provides a standard lookup, we automatically apply this standard lookup. If an event dataset contains XDM fields, we can apply standard lookups to it.
mobile_audio_support - multi
mobile_drm - multi
mobile_image_support - multi
mobile_java_vm - multi
mobile_net_protocols - multi
mobile_video_support - multi
In order to report on the standard lookup dimensions, you have to add them when you create a data view in Customer Journey Analytics:
You can then see the lookup data in Workspace: