Filter a Path Report Using the Request Wizard
Describes the steps involved in applying filters to a pathing report.
This example uses Site Section Paths.
- In Adobe Report Builder, click Create to open the Request Wizard.
- Select the right report suite.
- In the tree view on the left, select Paths > Site Sections > Site Section Paths .
- Specify the appropriate date/s.
- Click Next .
- In Step 2 of the Wizard, under Row Labels , click the Top 1-10 (pattern applied) link. In a path report, a pattern is applied by default.
- Select the Filter option.
- In the Define 'Site Section Paths' Path Pattern dialog, you can specify
- the starting rank of the first report.
- the number of entries you want displayed in this report.
- Click Edit to define a path pattern.
- If you want a custom pattern, drag and drop any Pattern Objects from the list on the left into the Pattern Build Canvas on the right.
- You can also select a predefined pattern from the Select a Pattern drop-down list and modify it. Here are the available patterns:Some of these patterns are specific to report builder: Entry Path's Next Item Pattern, Exit Path's Previous Item Pattern, Next Item Pattern.
- To edit a predefined pattern,
- Select it. For example, select the Exited Site Pattern :
- Now you should define the site section path that the user follows before exiting. Click Specific Item(s): 0 selected . You can define this path by selecting from a range of cells (if you are editing an existing request) or by selecting from a list of sections.
- To select from a range of cells from a previous request, select From range of cells and click the cell selector icon. Then pick the cells from the report.
- To select from a list of site sections, select From list and click Add .
- Move elements from the Available Elements column to the Selected Elements column by selecting them and clicking the orange arrow. The click OK .
- To save the pattern you just established, click Save .
- Click OK three times and then click Finish . The filtered path request now gets generated.