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 his or her 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.
The cookie keeps a number of 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 lasts 1 hour.|