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This extension is intended to be used together with AEM Asset Insights. More specifically, it replaces the “pageTracker” process and embed code. When configured, this extension sends Asset Impression and Click metrics to Adobe Analytics, after which they will be imported into the AEM Asset Insights reports. The Asset metrics can then be reported on by using either AEM Asset Insights or Adobe Analytics Project Workspaces.
The AEM Asset reports in Analytics contain three AEM dimensions:
There are also two metrics:
These reports must be enabled using the Analytics Administrator (select Analytics > Admin > Report Suites >
<report suite> > Edit Settings > AEM > AEM Assets Reporting) before they can be populated using this extension.
The “Adobe Analytics” tag extension for Adobe Experience Platform must be installed into the same web property.
Enable AEM Asset Insights. In AEM, select Tools > Assets, then open the Insights Configuration panel.
Disable UUID Tracking.
This extension will not function if the AEM Asset configuration setting Disable UUID Tracking is checked. It is unchecked by default.
This section describes how to configure AEM with tags in Adobe Experience Platform, how to enable Asset Insight in AEM, and how to Enable UUID tracking for Assets.
The recommended integration of Platform with Adobe Experience Manager is done via Adobe I/O.
For instructions on enabling Asset Insights, see the Experience Manager 6.5 Assets user guide.
Track assets in Analytics using the UUID of the asset in AEM.
To enable tracking with the UUID of the asset, open the component policy console of the editable template and uncheck the “Disable UUID tracking” property. (By default, this property is checked for the OOTB image component.)
After you enable the UUID, you should see the “data-asset-id” data element being populated with the UUID of the asset. Analytics tracks the asset click or impression with this UUID.
This extension has two events and one action.
Asset Clicked: An event that fires when the visitor selects an AEM Asset that is enabled for tracking and has a destination (href attribute).
Asset Clicked (No Destination): An event that fires when the visitor selects an AEM Asset that is enabled for tracking and does not have a destination (no href attribute).
Set AA Variables: An action that sets the Analytics variables reserved for AEM Assets (context data variables
a.asset.clickedid) depending on which event was used and how the event and action are configured. This extension does not use any Analytics events, props, or eVars.
Add the “Set AA Variables” action to a new or existing tag rule that fires on every page and sends an Analytics image request. The “Set AA Variables” action must appear before the “Adobe Analytics - Send Beacon” action. Additonal actions can be added as required.
In the [Set AA Variables] config page, select the [Viewed Assets] (default) option. This only sets the Impressions event for assets that are actually seen by the visitor.
Although not recommended, the “Set AA Variables” action also supports a “loaded” option, which sends asset impressions for every asset on the page, whether the visitor saw them or not.
Configure a second rule using the “Asset Clicked” event and the “Set AA Variables” action. The “Asset Clicked” event should be configured so “Asset Clicked image request” is set to “On PageLoad” (default). This Rule does not require any Adobe Analytics actions (like Send Beacon) because the Asset ID will be saved in
sessionStorage and sent by the subsequent Impressions rule.
The “Asset Clicked” event also supports an “Asset Clicked image request” setting of “On Click”. This sends the click metric to Analytics immediately and requires an Analytics “Send Beacon” action as well.
Configure a third rule that will fire when there are Assets on the pages that do not have a destination (no
href attribute). At a minimum, the new rule needs to use the “Asset Clicked (No Destination)” event as well as the “Set AA Variables” and “Adobe Analytics - Send Beacon” actions. Additonal conditions and actions can be added as required.
Configure three Rules as described above:
Navigate to a page that contains AEM assets.
If there are no assets visible in the browser, scroll until you can see at least one asset and select that asset, or just navigate to another page.
Look at the Analytics image request.
a.assets.idlist contains the Asset IDs that were visable on the previous page, the rule is working correctly.
a.assets.idlist is not in the image request, it’s most likely one of two reasons:
There was never an asset in the browser’s viewing area
There were no assets on the page configured with Asset Insights enabled in AEM.
Navigate to a page that contains AEM assets.
Select one of the Assets.
In the resulting Analytics image request (from the next page), if
a.assets.idlist has the Asset IDs on the destination page and
a.assets.clickedid has the Asset ID of the asset that was selected on the originating page, the rule is working correctly.
a.assets.clickedid is not in the image request, it’s mostly likely because the Asset that was selected did not have Asset Insights enabled in AEM.
Clicks with no destination
Navigate to a page that contains at least one AEM asset that has no destination (no
Select that asset.
In the resulting Analytics image request, if
a.assets.clickedid has the Asset ID, the rule is working correctly.
a.assets.clickedid is not in the image request, it’s mostly likely because the asset that was selected did not have Asset Insights enabled in AEM.