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journeysteps events common fields

This mixin will be shared by the journeyStepEvent and journeyStepProfileEvent.
These are the common XDM fields that Journey Orchestration sends to Adobe Data Platform. Common fields will be sent for every step that is processed in a journey. More specific fields are used for custom actions and enrichments.
Some of those fields are only available in specific processing patterns (action execution, data fetch, etc.) in order to limit the size of events.

entrance

Indicates if the user has entered the journey. If not present, we assume that the value is false.
Type: boolean
Values: true/false

reentrance

Indicates if the user has reentered the journey with the same instance. If not present, we assume that the value is false.
Type: boolean
Values: true/false

instanceEnded

Indicates if the instance has ended (successfully or not).
Type: boolean

eventID

Event id in processing, for the step processing. If the event is an external one, the value is its eventId. If the event is an internal one, the value is the internal eventId (such as scheduledNotificationReceived, executedAction, etc.).
Type: string

nodeID

Client node id (from the canvas).
Type: string

stepID

Unique id of the step that is currently being processed.
Type: string

stepName

Name of the step that is currently being processed.
Type: string

stepType

Type of the step.
Type: string
Possible values:
  • Condition
  • Action
  • Scheduler
  • Timer

stepStatus

Status of the step, representing the status of the step, when its processing has been done (and the step event fired).
Type: string
The status can be:
  • ended: the step has no transition and its processing has ended successfully.
  • error: the step processing has raised an error.
  • transitions: the step is waiting for an event to transition to another step.
  • capped: the step has failed on a capping error, raised during an action or enrichment.
  • timedout: the step has failed on a timeout error, raised during an action or enrichment.
  • instanceTimedout: the step has stopped its processing, because the instance has reached its timeout.

journeyID

ID of the journey.
Type: string

journeyVersionID

ID of the journey version. This id represents the identity reference to the journey, in the case of the journeyStepEvent.
Type: string

journeyVersionName

Name of the journey version.
Type: string

journeyVersion

Version of the journey version.
Type: string

instanceID

Internal ID of the journey instance.
Type: string

externalKey

External key extracted from the event to process it.
Type: string

parentStepID

Step ID of the parent of the current processed step in the instance.
Type: string

parentStepName

Step name of the parent of the current step.
Type: string

parentTransitionID

Id of the transition which has brought the instance to the processed step.
Type: string

parentTransitionName

Name of the transition which has brought the instance to the processed step.
Type: string

inTest

Indicated if this journey is in test mode or not.
Type: boolean

processingTime

Total amount of time in milliseconds from the instance step entrance to the end of the processing.
Type: long

instanceType

Indicates the instance type, if it is batch or unitary.
Type: string
Values: batch/unitary

recurrenceIndex

Index of the recurrence if the journey is batch and recurring (first run has recurrenceIndex = 1).
Type: long

isBatchToUnitary

Indicates if this unitary instance has been triggered from a batch instance.
Type: boolean

batchExternalKey

External Key for batch event.
Type: string

batchInstanceID

this is the batch instance ID.
Type: string

batchUnitaryBranchID

if the instance has been triggered from a batch instance, unitary branch ID.
Type: string