SmartView Parameters

A number of parameters are defined specifically for use with Webtrends SmartView.

WT.svl

For information about configuring Webtrends for SmartView, see the SmartView User's Guide.

For SmartView to differentiate multiple links on a web page that all lead to the same URL, use the WT.svl query parameter to uniquely identify the links. For example, if you have two links on your home page that both go to the store page, you should use the SmartView query parameter to identify each link.

To use the SmartView query parameter:

  1. Place the WT.svl parameter on every page where multiple links lead to the same page. For example, http://www.mydomain.com/?WT.svl=link1.

  2. Assign each link a unique value. SmartView uses WT.svl to assign the appropriate measure values to individual links.

    Note: Do not include this parameter in your URL Rebuilding definitions. Webtrends automatically recognizes this parameter and uses it only when creating SmartView custom reports. If you include WT.svl in a URL Rebuilding definition, non-SmartView reports are affected. If you exclude it in a URL Rebuilding definition, Webtrends won’t be able to use it to differentiate links when creating SmartView reports.
Valid Value: Alphanumeric string

Syntax

WT . svl = linkID

WT.tsp

Identifies Transition Source Pages for SmartView. The JavaScript creates this query parameter and sets the value to 1 if you enabled SmartView page transition tracking in the JavaScript tag and you tagged pages with the SmartView page transition META tag.

A source page is a page that you want to be tracked for SmartView reporting. For more information, see the SmartView User's Guide.

Do not use this query parameter to tag your web site. You can use this parameter to focus the analysis on only page transition pages using custom report filters.

Valid Value: 1

Syntax

WT . tsp = 1

WT.ttp

This parameter is placed in the logs via JavaScript tagging. It does not exist on the first hit of a session (WT.vt_f_s=1).

Identifies Transition Target Pages for SmartView (see also WT.tsp). The JavaScript creates this parameter and sets the value to 1 if you enabled SmartView page transition tracking in the JavaScript tag and you tagged pages with the SmartView page transition META tag. You can use this parameter to focus the analysis on only pages tagged for SmartView tracking by creating a hit filter.

Do not use this query parameter to tag your web site. You can use this parameter to focus the analysis on only page transition pages using custom report filters.

For more information, see “Configuring SmartView Using JavaScript Tags” in the SmartView User’s Guide.

Valid Value: 1
   
   

Syntax

WT . ttp = 1