List of frequently asked questions (FAQs) about Adobe Target recommendations designs.
By default, numeric values (such as
entity.value) returned in design templates won’t display any trailing zeroes after the decimal point. For example, if an item is $35.00,
entity.value is equal to 35 and only 35 is displayed on the page, not $35.00.
Two options are available to address this issue:
You can pass the price of the item into two separate entity attributes. The first,
entity.value, can be used for numeric comparisons (such as price comparison rules). The second should be a custom attribute, such as
entity.displayValue that stores the value of the entity as a string to allow for proper rendering.
"entity.value" : 35.00, "entity.displayValue" : "$35.00"
Category ID can’t be displayed in the design. Because multiple categories can be stored, the system wouldn’t know which category to display.
Altering the design that is currently in use takes a while to update. To change the design instantly, create a new design, select it in the activity, and save the recommendation.
* parameter captures most of the key product’s information to display within the design. Example: If you want to display the key product’s thumbnail, you would use
Version 1.7 with no additional tools or libraries added in. Basic Velocity functionality is available.
\u00A0 as the value. Example:
entity.message=\u00A0. You might consider having that be the default value when no value is present instead of a null.
Yes. However, you must add a backslash () before the $ in the profile script name.