Page View

Sending Page View events

The example below provides a demonstration of how a page view event can be sent to Adnuntius Data, for a user profile stored in folder 00000000000aaaaa, using the javascript API.

<script src="https://cdn.adnuntius.com/adn.js" async></script>
<script>
window.adn = window.adn || {};
adn.calls = adn.calls || [];
adn.calls.push(function() {
adn.view('00000000000aaaaa', {
keywords: ["sport", "tennis", "oslo", "summer"],
categories: ["IAB_24_44"],
domainName: "sports.no"
});
});
</script>

Field Descriptions

Name

Type

Description

folderId

String

The Folder ID in Adnuntius Data, for example: 00000000000123ab You can also specify the folderId as a parameter in the request URL.

externalSystemType

String

A unique identifier, e.g. CRM name, that corresponds to the external system providing the data

externalSystemUserId

String

The unique identifier for the user in the external system

keywords

String[]

An array of keywords

categories

String[]

An array of categories

domainName

String

The domain name of the page

Useful tips

You do NOT need to supply values for the keywords, categories or domainName parameters. Adnuntius will automatically detect the domainName and the categories from the page URL.

For example, a page view event coming from:

http://example.com/sport/tennis

Would be automatically populated with:

  • domainName = "example.com"

  • AND

  • categories = ["sport", "tennis"]

If you send categories in the request you will overwrite the automatically assigned categories mentioned above. If you only wish to send additions to categories, for instance "tags", we advice you to use keywords.

‚ÄčSee here how you can send pageview information using the HTTP API instead.