You can change these settings if needed, except for the cookie duration. Consult your account representative when changing cookie settings.
Adobe Target users can also create customized third-party cookies.
|Cookie domain||The second and top levels of the domains from which you serve the mbox. Because it is served from your company’s domain, the cookie is a first party cookie. Example:
|Cookie duration||The cookie remains on the visitor’s browser two years from their last login. You cannot change the cookie duration.|
If any of your domain names include a country code, such as
mycompany.co.uk, work with your Client Services to configure your
at.js to support this code.
The cookie keeps some values to manage how your visitors experience Adobe Target campaigns:
|session ID||A unique identifier for a given user session. By default the session expires after 30 minutes of inactivity. If you are generating sessionId yourself (for example, for server-side implementations), ensure following:
|pc ID||A semi-permanent ID for a visitor’s browser. Lasts until cookies are manually deleted.|
|check||A simple test value used to determine if a visitor supports cookies. Set each time a visitor requests a page.|
|disable||Set if visitor’s load time exceeds the timeout configured in the at.js file. By default, this timeout lasts 1 hour.|