This article describes how to create a data source for Digioh to send form submission events to your Tealium account.
In this article:
Tealium EventStream API Hub or Tealium AudienceStream CDP account
How it Works
Digioh offers an integration that sends Digioh form submission data as events into your Tealium account. Integrations are assigned to one or more Boxes and can send additional metadata fields. In Digioh, you set the name of these events (sent as tealium_event ) and map Tealium attribute names to Digioh form field names.
In Tealium, you create an HTTP API data source and an event specification for the expected event.
There are two parts to setting up your account to receive events from Digioh: a data source an an event specification. Before you add the Tealium integration in Digioh, create an instance of the HTTP API data source in Tealium. This will generate a data source key which you will use in the Digioh configuration.
To add a data source for use with your Digioh integration, add an instance of the HTTP API data source. When you finish, copy the data source key generated for that data source to use in a static field mapping in your Digioh configuration.
Learn more about connecting to a data source.
Create an event specification to define the Digioh event name and its required and optional attributes. You will use the event specification name in the Event parameter in your Digioh configuration.
Learn more about event specifications.
Follow these steps to add the Tealium integration to your Digioh account:
Log in to Digioh, go to Integrations, and click New Integration.
In the Integration list, under the CDP category, select Tealium (Event).
Enter values for the following fields:
Account - your Tealium account name
Profile - your Tealium profile name
Event - the name of the event specification you created in Tealium (the value of tealium_event )
Click Create Integration
Next, create Field Mappings to select which fields to include in the event that is sent to Tealium.
To add the data source key as a field:
In Field Name, enter tealium_datasource .
For Field Value, select Static and enter the data source key you created in Tealium.
Click Save Field Mapping.
Digioh allows for additional form fields to include in the event. Use the Map Fields configuration to select Digioh fields and the matching Tealium attribute name. For example, you might map [PHONE] to customer_phone .
The Digioh field [EMAIL] is mapped to the Tealium attribute email automatically, but you can edit this mapping.
Here is a list of standard fields:
For a full list of Digioh fields that can be mapped, see What are all the data and analytics fields Digioh can push through Integrations?
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“Where do I go to take my exams?”
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“How long is my certification good for?”
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In general, we suggest that active users of the Tealium Customer Data Hub attend a training - either virtually or in-person (when safe to do so). Our talented team of trainers are here to help you get the most out of the Tealium platform with real-life use cases and examples to best harness the power of all of our product suite.
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In the current Covid-19 climate, the Education team has switched to fully remote delivery of our trainings. We provide the basics, you take your learning further. Our agendas align to the same material as our Classroom training sessions, but at a much more expedited pace. In these sessions, you will receive guided instruction on the ins and outs of the platforms, but are expected to further your own self-training with a series of labs and exercises given as homework between and post-sessions. Individual sessions are three hours long, but expected time to be spent in training and on the homework can be up to around 8 hours with two sessions and their subsequent homework.
expand your knowledge post-training, there are video courses available to watch within our Tealium Education Online for further practice on building use cases and/or using parts of the interfaces of iQ, AudienceStream, or EventStream. These videos will definitely help in preparation for the certification exams as they will get you more familiar with the products and what their capabilities are.
Additional helpful resources in preparation for the exam are the Tealium Learning Center product guides and articles. There are no specific prerequisites for taking the exams, but the training, the video guides, and the Product Guides will be the best review for the exams. Once you have built your skills and knowledge of the product, take the certification exams. If you have attended any of our trainings before, our team will have provided you instructions on how to proceed. If you have not attended a training, but think you know your stuff and are a client or partner of Tealium’s, send us an email at email@example.com to get the guidance steps.
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In order to pass each exam, you must achieve a percentage score of 80% or higher. If you score lower than that, you will be able to retake the exam after a period of 7 days. Certifications are valid for one year, and are automatically re-assigned to be taken again and you will need to progress back through the certification levels within the Tealium Education Online tool. While our certification process is going to be going through an update, the tips and the initial process will still be relevant until around September.
Helpful Tips for Completing the Exam
DO take your time and read each question carefully before answering, but remember you only have 40 minutes in total.
DO review all of your answers before submitting.
DO use your notes from training.
DO use all of the documentation in the Tealium Learning Center.
DO use the Tealium iQ application.
DON'T collaborate with teammates or colleagues.
DON'T ask for answers to exam questions in the Tealium Learning Center or any other forum.
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