You’ll create a simple segment:
Adobe Experience Platform Real-time CDP will trigger an activation to a destination when you qualify for a segment that is part of that destination’s activation list. When that is the case, the segment qualification payload that will be send to that destination will contain all the segments for which your profile qualifies.
The goal of this module is to show that your Customer Profile’s segment qualification is sent to your event hub destination in real-time. As a result our segment definition will have to include your ldap so that it only identifies your profiles.
To avoid that and to keep the qualification payload small, we will only look at experience events that contain the field brand.ldap equal to your ldap
A segment qualification in Adobe Experience Platform always has a status-property and can be one of the following:
Building a segment in explained in detail in Module 11.
Go to https://platform.adobe.com.
Before you continue, you need to select a sandbox. The sandbox to select is named
--aepSandboxId--. You can do this by clicking the text Production Prod in the blue line on top of your screen. In this example, the sandbox to select is AEP Enablement.
After selecting the appropriate sandbox, you’ll see the screen change and now you’re in your dedicated sandbox. Go to Segment.
Click the + Create segment button.
Name your segment ldap - Citi Signal Sports Fan and add the page name experience event:
Click on Events, and drag and drop XDM ExperienceEvent > Web > Web page details > Name. Enter Sports as the value:
Drag and drop XDM ExperienceEvent > --aepTenantIdSchema-- > Brand > ldap. Enter your ldap as the value and click Save:
The PQL of your segment looks like:
select _Any1 from xEvent where _Any1.web.webPageDetails.name.equals("Sports", false) and _Any1.--aepTenantId--.brand.ldap.equals("ldap", false)
Next Step: 18.4 Activate Segment