To organize the different departments or business units in your organization that use
Optimize, you can create new child accounts (subdomains) under your parent Optimize
If your organization has distinct groups that require their own Optimize domain for
testing, you can create new child accounts (subdomains) under your parent account. Each
subdomain you create is assigned a unique Webtrends Client API file (wt_capi.js) that must
be uploaded to a web server. Additionally, a corresponding CAPI script must be placed before
the closing </head> of the web pages to be tested.
Important: Because multiple CAPI scripts on a single web page can affect tracking
and testing, child accounts are not recommended for different business units that need to
test the same web page or web domain. In this situation, it is recommended to use the
existing parent account and its associated CAPI file.
You must have administrator privileges (the Domain Management role set) to create a new
Enter a name and description for the account.
A structured naming convention can help distinguish a child domain from its parent.
For example, Parent domain - Child domain
Click Browse to select a parent location.
This is typically your company name or, for large companies with complex
organizations, a division or department name.
Note: You cannot edit the parent
location after the account has been created.
Click Next to assign users and groups to the account.
By default, a new account is assigned the users and groups of the parent account as
well as four new groups: Administrators, Environment Managers, Optimization Technicians,
and Reporting Users.
From the Edit Account window, click