The variable determines the conversion rate to be applied to revenue.
All monetary amounts are stored in a currency of your choice. If that currency is the same as that specified in currencyCode , or currencyCode is empty, no conversion is applied.
Conversion > Purchases > Revenue All Conversion reports showing Revenue or monetary values
If your site allows visitors to purchase in multiple currencies, you should use the currencyCode variable to make sure revenue is stored in the appropriate currency. For example, if the base currency for your report suite is USD, and you sell an item for 40 Euros, you should populate the currencyCode with "EUR" on the HTML page. As soon as data collection receives the data, it uses the current conversion rate to convert the 40 Euros to its USD equivalent.
Currency conversion applies to both revenue and any currency events. These are events that are used to sum values similar to revenue, such as tax and shipping. The revenue and currency events are specified in the products string. For more information on products, see events .
Syntax and Possible Values
Adobe Customer Care can change the default currency setting for your report suite. When you change the base currency for a report suite, the existing revenue in the system is not converted. All new revenue values will be converted accordingly.
Pitfalls, Questions, and Tips
- If you notice surprisingly large amounts of revenue in reports, ensure that the currencyCode variable and base currency of the report suite are set correctly.
- The currencyCode variable is not persistent, meaning that the variable must be passed in the same image request as any revenue or other currency-related metrics.
- Currency events should not be used for non-currency purposes. If you need to count arbitrary or dynamic values that are not currency, use the numeric event type.
- When the currencyCode variable is empty, no conversion is applied.
For more information, see Currency Codes .