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01-03-2022 06:11 AM
Hi @jhermes ,
Just this is a point from my side. Other's may have better solution.
To store the values in pushed order, we can use array of string attributes and to manage duplicates we can use enrichment rules.
I Just tried roughly in my account, attaching screenshots here
1) Enrichment Rules
2) Enriched Attribute in Trace
01-03-2022 07:18 AM
Hello @dragooon ,
Thank you so much for helping out with this. This logic works for what I am trying to do.
The "or" part is what I was missing. I didn't think about the attribute not being assigned / initialized.
07-28-2022 01:59 AM
Thank you so much @dragooon because this actually solved something I was stuck with.
I have only one question: does it seem to you than there's a limit of characters or something that prevents the array to value every single item you would expect?
I'll explain better: I've created an array with product details (such as name, url, image, etc.) that will value the array every time I visit a product page. What I noticed is that at some point the array values don't update anymore when I visit other product pages, it looks like there's some sort of limitations..
07-30-2022 09:19 PM
Hi @valentina_LM ,
I would request you to reach the support team, since I am not much clear about the limit.
In mean time please refer this link
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