dynamicVariablePrefix

Dynamic variables are a shorthand concept that let you copy values from one variable to another. They are valuable for long variable values, as they help shorten an image request’s URL length. See Dynamic variables for more information on this concept.

By default, dynamic variables use the prefix D=. The dynamicVariablePrefix variable lets you customize the string that identifies dynamic variables. It is case-sensitive.

Dynamic Variable Prefix in Adobe Experience Platform Launch

Dynamic Variable Prefix is a field under the Global Variables accordion when configuring the Adobe Analytics extension.

  1. Log in to launch.adobe.com using your AdobeID credentials.
  2. Click the desired property.
  3. Go to the Extensions tab, then click the Configure button under Adobe Analytics.
  4. Expand the Global Variables accordion, which reveals the Dynamic Variable Prefix field.

This field contains D= by default. You can change the value if you want to use a different dynamic variable prefix. You can use any value you want, as long as it matches the character encoding on your site.

s.dynamicVariablePrefix in AppMeasurement and Launch custom code editor

The s.dynamicVariablePrefix variable is a string that can contain any sequence of characters. If this variable is not defined, AppMeasurement uses the string D= by default.

// An example that changes the dynamic variable prefix
s.dynamicVariablePrefix="..";

// This eVar uses the above customized dynamic variable prefix to set eVar to page URL
s.eVar1="..g";

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