Monday, 8 June 2015

Integrating Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 Components with Adobe Analytics

You can create Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) 6.1 components that integrate with Adobe Analytics. By integrating AEM components with Adobe Analytics, you can gather information about user interaction with the AEM components, such as tracking how visitors are interacting with your components. For example, assume you developed an AEM component to track the number vistors use the component. When a user interacts with the component (for example, clicks a link), the component sends information to Adobe Analytics. Next, Adobe Analytics updates a  real-time report that you can view, such as shown in the following illustration.

As shown in the previous illustration, you can view component information (components integrated with Adobe Analytics) in an Adobe Analytic s report. This development article walks you though all the steps to integrate AEM 6.1 components with Adobe Analytics, incluiding how to set AEM and Analytics. To read this development article, click

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