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Can we use 2 different UDOâ s name to capture one variable?

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Can we use 2 different UDOâ s name to capture one variable? Eg: for tracking â page nameâ in Omniture, can we define 2 UDOâ s like "page_name" and "site_page_name" to capture only the "page name" variable in Omniture (on some pages we are using page_name udo and on other site_page_name). I do not want to change UDOâ s name on pages.
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Can we use 2 different UDOâ s name to capture one variable?

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Hi Manish, If I understand correctly, you want to capture 'pageName' in Omniture by mapping two different UDOs to it (as some pages use one, other pages use the other). For example: Page 1 = site_page_name = 'great page'; Page 2 = page_name = 'another great page'; In both examples you want the 'site_page_name' UDO and the 'page_name' ODO to show in SiteCatalyst as 'pageName'. Yes, this is possible: Screenie : http://note.io/16uVmhS Note: I have used 'site' and 'title' as my ODOs in this example but they could easily be 'site_page_name' and 'page_name' as above Is this what you were looking for? Apologies if I have misunderstood. Thanks, Roshan
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Can we use 2 different UDOâ s name to capture one variable?

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You can also use the Set Data Values extension to set page_name to the variable site_page_name with the condition that site_page_name is populated. Then you would only map page_name to SiteCatalyst.