Managing Cookie Consent
The site domain specifies the primary domain of the web site you want to track. For example, your site could have the primary domain yourbusiness.com as well as the subdomains electronics.yourbusiness.com and paperproducts.yourbusiness.com. You should specify the domain without the www prefix.
Disabling Data Collection
The enabled flag specifies whether the current tag should collect and send data. This is an easy way to turn off tracking without having to remove all the track and multitrack calls from your page. Setting the flag to false means data is not collected.
The i18n Flag
The i18n flag turns the internationalization support on, which is needed if you plan to use the Webtrends encoding conversion plug-in. Setting this flag to false turns internationalization off.
Disable 3rd party cookies
The preserve config value
If the preserve config value is set to true, then the base set of parameters collected during the track call will remain unmodified by later calls to multiTrack.
SmartSource Site ID
The SmartSource Site id (DCSID) is generated when you create a data source or space in Webtrends On Demand, or when you create an SDC data source in Webtrends Marketing Lab. In both cases, a unique DCSID is created.
Collecting Meta Tags
The custom meta tag field causes the tag to scan all meta tags on the page, looking for names that match those specified in the metanames field. Webtrends automatically passes along any meta names and values beginning with WT., DCSext. and DCS.
Customizing the vtid parameter
The vtid config parameter sets a custom vtid for this user. vtid is used by Visitor Data Mart to identify visitors and by default the vtid parameter is provided by the tag's call to wtid.js (if disablecookies=false) or is a randomly generated ID (if disablecookies=true).
The dcsdelay field sets the number of milliseconds the tag should use as a timeout while waiting for the beacon request's onload event. This only affects multiTrack calls with a callback function declared.
Data Collection Server URI
The data collection server location serves as the host name portion of the 1x1 pixel request (dcs.gif): http:// HOSTNAME /DCSID/dcs.gif?QueryParameters...
Data Source Time Zone
The Web server time zone field contains the time zone of your web server. Webtrends uses this time zone to translate date and time fields in your web activity data to local time. A day’s worth of data is determined by the time zone selected, setting the boundaries for daily unique visitors.
Paid Search Parameters (Website only)
The paidsearchparameters config setting is used to define a list of query parameter names to search for in the query string portion of the URI. The presence of one of these parameters are used to determine a paid search engine from a reference to an organic search engine.
Ad Impressions (Website only)
An Ad View occurs when a visitor views a page containing an ad. An ad is a link or graphic that contains an Ad Click parameter in the query portion of its URL.