Integration Data Sources use a
transaction ID to tie offline data to an online
transaction (like a lead or purchase generated online).
transactionID sent to Adobe is recorded in preparation
Data Sources upload of offline information about
that transaction. See
| Max Size
|| Debugger Parameter
|| Reports Populated
|| Default Value
| 100 bytes
Enabling Transaction ID Storage
values are recorded,
Transaction ID Storage
must be enabled for the
report suite selected in the Report Suite Manager. This setting is located at
Analytics > Admin > Report Suites > Edit Settings > General > General Account Settings.
To see whether
transactionID Storage is enabled for a report suite,
Analytics > Admin > Data Sources > Manage
Syntax and Possible Values
transactionID should contain only alphanumeric
characters. If multiple
transactionIDs should be recorded in a single hit,
you can use a comma to delimit multiple values.
Pitfalls, Questions, and Tips
transactionID recording is not enabled,
transactionID values will be discarded and
unavailable for use with
Integration Data Sources. Make sure to set a
conversion variable or event (an eVar or the events variable) on the page where
transactionID is set. Otherwise, no data is
recorded for the
- If you are recording
transactionIDs for multiple systems, such as
purchases and leads, make sure the value in
transactionID is always unique. This can be
accomplished by adding a prefix to the ID, such as lead_1234 and purchase_1234.
Integration Data Sources do not function as
expected (Data Source data will tie to the wrong data) if
transactionID is seen twice.
- By default,
transactionID values are remembered for 90 days.
If your offline interaction process is longer than 90 days, contact Customer
Care to have the limit extended.
transactionID variable can contain any character
other than a comma. It should be in the same location where the character limit
(100 bytes) is specified. If multi-byte characters are used, multi-byte
character support must be enabled in order to avoid problems with unexpected
characters in the