Getting Started With Class-level DIL APIs getting-started-with-class-level-dil-apis

Beginning in July 2023, Adobe has discontinued the development of the Data Integration Library (DIL) and the DIL extension.
Existing customers can continue using their DIL implementation. However, Adobe will not be developing DIL beyond this point. Customers are encouraged to evaluate Experience Platform Web SDK for their long term data collection strategy.
Customers looking to implement new data collection integrations after July 2023 should use Experience Platform Web SDK instead.

The class-level DIL APIs let you programmatically create and work with Audience Manager objects. The class-level APIs work with the other instance-level functions to set values or return data.

Getting Started With Class-level DIL APIs get-started

Describes authentication requirements and the text formatting used in the class-level DIL documentation.

When working with the class-level DIL APIs:

  • Access requires a partner name and container namespace ID (NSID). Contact your Audience Manager account manager to obtain this information.
  • Replace any sample italicized text in the API documentation with value, ID, or other variable as required by the method you’re working with.
  • DIL writes encoded data to a destination cookie. For example, spaces are encoded as %20 and semicolons as %3B.