The beta environment is for testing your Audience Manager implementation. Changes made in beta do not affect production data. Contact your Audience Manager Partner Solutions representative if you're interested in using the beta environment.
Bulk Management Tools
The Bulk Management Tools let you create and manage multiple objects at once with single operation. You can use Bulk Management Tools to work with data sources, derived signals, destinations, folders, segments, and traits.
CID Replaces DPID and DPUUID
Update your code to use d_cid or d_cid_ic instead of d_dpid and d_dpuuid. The DPID and DPUUID variables will continue to work, but you should consider them deprecated. This includes DPID and DPUUID variants without the d_ prefix.
Definitions and links to further reading.
How Data Delivery and File Processing Times Affect Reports Audience Manager receives a tremendous amount of data every day. This affects the amount of time it takes to process your data and generate report results. The content in this section describes how these time intervals affect your Audience Manager account. Also, the time frames and schedules described here are general guidelines only. These schedules do not constitute Service-Level Agreements (SLAs) or commitments related to data delivery. Adobe reserves the right to change the time frames and schedules at any time without notice.
Password Requirements, Locked Accounts, and Forgotten Passwords Audience Manager can be configured to expire passwords every 30-days. Talk to your Audience Manager consultant or Customer Care if you want to enable password expiry. Refer to this section for password requirements and how to recover a lost or forgotten password.
Signals, Traits, and Segments
Describes the components of an Audience Manager segment, the expressions used to set audience qualification criteria, and how data is transmitted in an event call.
A high-level tour of the major components and data flows in the Audience Manager system.
Style Conventions for Code and Text Elements
These elements identify code options and variables used throughout the help documentation. Generally, you would not include these symbols or style elements in your code or data files. They're visual indicators only.
TLS 1.0 Deprecation
Transport Layer Security (TLS) is a cryptographic protocol used to establish a secure communications channel between two systems. It is used to authenticate one or both systems, and protect the confidentiality and integrity of information that passes between systems. In May 2018, there are three versions of the TLS protocol in use: TLS 1.0, 1.1, and 1.2.
Understanding Calls to the Demdex Domain Audience Manager and the Experience Cloud ID service make calls to and receive data from the demdex.net domain. This may seem like Adobe is working with an unusual third-party domain, but this is not the case. This section describes the elements in a demdex.net call.
Visitor Authentication States in Audience Manager
The visitor authentication status in Audience Manager determines if the new trait information is written to the visitor's authenticated profile or to the device profile, where the data was collected from. Audience Manager handles the visitor ID authentication statuses UNKNOWN and LOGGED_OUT in event calls in the same way.