The variable is a comma-separated list of variables that are sent with custom, exit, and download links.
is set to "", all variables that have values are sent with link data. To avoid inflation of instances or page views associated with other variables, Adobe recommends populating
in the onClick event of a link that is used for link tracking.
All variables that should be sent with link data (custom, exit, and download links) should be listed in
should contain "events."
, do not use the 's.' prefix for variables. For example, instead of populating
with "s.prop1," you should populate it with "prop1." The following example illustrates how
should be used.
s.t() // eVar1, event1 and event2 are recorded
<a href="https://google.com">event1 and eVar1 are recorded</a>
<a href="test.php" onClick="s=s_gi('rs1');s.eVar1='value C';s.events='';s.tl(this,'o')">eVar1 is recorded</a>
Because the link to google.com is an exit link (unless you are Google), event1 and eVar1 are sent with the exit link data, increasing the instances associated with eVar1 and the number of times event1 is fired. In the link to test.php, eVar1 is sent with a value of 'value C' because that is the current value of eVar1 at the time that
Syntax and Possible Values
variable is a case-sensitive, comma-separated list of variable names, without the object name prefix. Use 'eVar1' instead of 's.eVar1.'
variable may contain only variables that are sent to Analytics, namely:
, eVar1-75, prop1-75, hier1-5,
Pitfalls, Questions, and Tips
is blank, all variables that have values are tracked with all server calls.
Any variable listed in
that has a value at the time of any download, exit, or custom link, are tracked.
must contain "events."
Do not use the "s." or "s_objectname." prefix for variables.