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Windows Silverlight, NET, IIS, XBOX

These SDKs have been sunset and are no longer supported or distributed by Adobe.
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Version 1.4.2

Release Date: August 2014
  • Removed support for the Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework. Adobe is no longer supporting or distributing the Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework integration for AppMeasurement.
  • Internal changes to support upcoming functionality.

Version 1.4.1

Release Date: March 2013
  • Fixed exception with getting default referrer in Silverlight outside of a browser context and properly exposed SSL property in the Microsoft Silverlight Analytics Framework component.

Version 1.4

Release Date: February 2013
  • Added support to send URLs longer than 255 bytes to support the expansion of the Page URL field in Adobe Data Collection servers. Page URLs longer than 255 bytes are split, with the first 255 bytes appearing in the g= parameter, with the remaining bytes appearing later in the query sting in the -g= query parameter. This helps prevent long URLs from taking precedence over other data in the case of browser truncation, but still enables capturing of long URLs.
  • Added a new fallback visitor identification method. See Identifying Unique Visitors .
  • Added a new abort flag that can be set inside doPlugins . Setting this flag to true causes the AppMeasurement library to not continue with that tracking call. The abort flag is reset with every tracking call, so if a subsequent tracking call also needs to be aborted the flag will need to be set again inside doPlugins .
    s.doPlugins = function(s) { 
         s.campaign = s.getQueryParam("cid"); 
         if ((!s.campaign) && (!s.events)) { 
              s.abort = true; 
         } 
    };
    
    
    This lets you centralize the logic you use to identify activity that you do not want to track, such as some custom links or external links in display ads.

Version 1.3.8

Release Date: September 2012
  • Fixed an issue that might cause the video complete event to not be sent when using a custom media.monitor method that tracks the media close event:
    If(media.event=="CLOSE") { 
    … 
    } 
    
    
    

Version 1.3.7

Release Date: April 2012
  • Added support for XBOX.

Version 1.3.6

Release Date: February 2012
  • iOS Phone 7: Fixed an issue that caused the offlineThrottleDelay to not apply correctly.
  • Added time stamp to variables used with light tracking calls (trackLight).

Version 1.3.5

Release Date: January 2012

Version 1.3.4

  • New support and build for iOS Phone platform including offline tracking.
  • Support for doRequest delegate to override how requests are sent out for tracking data.
  • Support for contextData that drives server-side processing rules (v15 only).
  • Support for light server calls (currently in beta).
  • Support for assigning a value other than 1 to a counter event in the events list.
  • Support for new method of tracking video using conversion eVars and events (currently in beta).