How do I create a table using an Adobe Campaign Classification Connector?
1. Navigate to the Table(s) Tools.
If you have already created a table, the Table(s) icon will be available.
2. Click the 'Add New' bubble.
3. If this is your first table, you must navigate to the System Tools.
4. Navigate to the Table System Tools.
5. Click the 'Add New' bubble.
6. Create your table (Step 1).
1) Name of the Table (Max length is 44 characters and can not include a back tick [ ` ])
2) Enter a description for your table, this can be left blank.
3) Select the folder where the table will live.
4) Select From Connection from the table type drop down.
5) Select Next.
7. Create your table (Step 2).
1) Choose the Campaign Classification connector.
2) Choose the Update Frequency.
3) The update time/date.
4) Choose which Suite the data will be drawn from.
5) Click Next.
8. Create your table (Step 3).
1) Choose which action when the table reloads. Append Adobe Campaign Data to the Local Table will append any new data or changes. Clear Local Campaign Data and Reload will truncate the table before loading the data.
2) Choose when you wish to recieve notifications: Never, Always, First Time Only, and Every Reload.
3) Click Next.
9. Create your table (Step 4).
1) Choose if you wish for a specific prefix.
2) Choose if you wish for a specific suffix.
3) Choose what you wish to set as a delimiter: Pipe, Underscore, Dash, Colon, or None.
4) Add any fields.
5) Rearrange the fields to the desired order and set a max length if needed.
6) Click Next..
10. Create your table (Step 5).
1) Name the Campaign URL Field. (Max length is 63 characters and can not include a back tick [ ` ])
2) Choose what you wish to use for a Parameter.
3) Name the Tracking URL Field. (Max length is 63 characters and can not include a back tick [ ` ])
4) Choose a URL Shortener: No Shortener, 4wrd2.com, tmm2.us, tmm2.com, or g82.us.
5) Click Next.
11. Create your table (Step 6).
12. Congratulations, the table was saved!
You will recieve an email when the table is ready for viewing.