29 Jan '18, 2am

The Definitive Guide to Adobe Report Builder

Requests can fail. What’s important is figuring out why it failed. It could be a simple failure of the API itself, or you could not have access to the metrics/dimensions that you are requesting. Unfortunately, if one request fails, all subsequent requests are then cancelled. Typically, what I’ll do in this case is select all non-failed, non-run requests, run those first, and then troubleshoot the failed request(s). If you have a sheet with tons of requests set-up, simply right-click anywhere on the sheet in Excel and you can copy all requests (and the settings of those requests) onto another sheet. One you hit copy requests, right click again, hit paste requests and these requests will then be duplicated on a new sheet. I’ve found this incredibly useful when switching between multiple report suites in Report Builder and aggregating this data. Adobe Report Builder login is ...

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