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Adobe Analytics Plug-In Code

If you selected the JavaScript Plug-In data collection method, copy the following lines of code and add them to the Adobe Analytics code on your pages.
 * Plugin: getQueryParam 2.3 
s.getQueryParam=new Function("p","d","u","" 
+"var s=this,v='',i,t;d=d?d:'';u=u?u:(s.pageURL?s.pageURL:s.wd.locati" 
+"=p.length?i:i+1)}return v"); 
s.p_gpv=new Function("k","u","" 
+"var s=this,v='',i=u.indexOf('?'),q;if(k&&i>-1){q=u.substring(i+1);v" 
+",'&','p_gvf',k)}return v"); 
s.p_gvf=new Function("t","k","" 
+"if(t){var s=this,i=t.indexOf('='),p=i<0?t:t.substring(0,i),v=i<0?'T" 
+"rue':t.substring(i+1);if(p.toLowerCase()==k.toLowerCase())return s." 
+"epa(v)}return ''"); 
 * in the s_doPlugins function 
s.eVar8=s.getQueryParam("MID"); // Message ID as assigned by broadmail 
s.eVar9=s.getQueryParam("RID"); // Recipient ID as assigned by broadmail 
I am not sure, if that is useful and/or necessary, but I though the  
client may specify the Post Click values in the s_doPlugins function as  
well. Maybe it were useful to add some example definitions like the  
following to indicate the use of these variables.
 * Optional custom settings of the Post Click data that is transferred to optivo broadmail.
 * Also to be defined in the s_doPlugins function.
s.eVar10="May 10, 2012"; // the date the Post Click occurred 
s.eVar11="Post Click Product ID"; // e.g. "shoes" 
s.eVar12="Post Click Type of Action"; // e.g. "purchase"; 

The plug-in above assumes certain Custom Commerce Variables (eVars) are available. If the variables specified in the plug-in above are not available within your Adobe Analytics deployment, simply replace them with those that are available.