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06-23-2016 02:31 AM
Customers that have a number of products (insurances), can log in to look at them in our closed universe.
Each product has a number of sub-products, (called additional covers). An example:
Add. covers: Parking damage, glass damage, breakdown etc.
Add. Covers: electronics, etc ...
I see three ways I can pick it up on
1 array for products
1 array per product for add. covers
A variable per. product
A variable per. cover
Product / elective name is written in the variable.
(I'd rather not go with C - I'd end up with more than 50 variables)
Which of these methods is the most "future-proof" in relation to any tags we might implement in the future? Which is best to use if I want to feed the data to SiteCatalyst and use it for Targeting via SiteCatalyst / Target?
What does an array look like if I map it to a random prop/evar?
06-28-2016 03:19 AM
I would say your best bet for future proofing is using the Array option.
06-28-2016 03:55 AM
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