Customer Passed Parameters - Default CPPs

Default CPPs Captured During a Site Visit

Client Code Version 19.3.1/.2/.3

Note: CPPs are stored for 90 days in 19.3.1 and 19.3.2. In 19.3.3+, CPPs are stored for 24 hours.

  • *browser (browser) – The brand name and version of browser used by site visitor.
  • Browser name (browser_name) – The brand name (only) of browser used by site visitor.
  • Browser Version (browser_version) – The version (only) of browser used by site visitor.
  • *Client Code Version (code) – ForeSee code version. This should match the trigger_version CPP once client has upgraded to 19.3.0+.
  • dn (display name) – Should be default unless a custom invite is being used.
  • Environment (env) – Which code snippet is being used; Staging (stg) or Production (prd).
  • Fingerprint (fp) – Unique identifier for site visitor, used for cookieless tracking in 19.4.0+.
  • User Authentication State (isAuthenticated)
  • language (locale) – The dialect or locale as defined in the survey code.
  • *operating system (os) – Type of operating system used by site visitor (e.g., Windows, Mac).
  • page views (pv) – The number of site pages visited (technically, it’s every page in which our code runs) prior to the survey being presented.
  • referrer (referrer) – The full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the site visited PRIOR to coming to site being measured.
  • Replay ID (replay_id) – A unique identifier to represent the user for Replay purposes.
  • Session ID (sessionid) – A unique identifier to represent the visit or session.
  • Survey ID (sid) – A unique identifier generated by the code to represent the survey presented to the visitor. This id + customer id determines which modelinstanceid (survey) is presented.
  • *Site Domain or Site Name (site) – Used to distinguish between multiple domains.
  • Survey Presentation (survey_presentation)
  • *referring domain search terms (terms) – The words, letters, or phrases entered into the referring domain, if any, e.g., search terms entered into google.com or yahoo.com.
  • Trigger Code Version (trigger_version) – The trigger code version number. This may differ from the ‘code’ CPP above, depending on what versions of code are being run.
  • url (url) – The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the last page visitor prior to survey being presented.
  • wurfl_id (device type id) – The Wireless Universal Resource FiLe (wurfl) is the code that identifies the wireless device to allow the system to be configured accordingly.
  • *Google Analytics ID (GA_ID) – For clients using Google Analytics, we capture this unique identifier generated by GA.
  • *Adobe Omniture visitor ID (OTR_VID) – For clients using Adobe Omniture, we capture this unique identifier generated by AO.
  • *Adobe Omniture beacon (OMTR_BEACON) – For clients using Adobe Omniture, we create and capture this unique identifier for ForeSee integration.

*may be removed from the code to reduce cookie size.

Default CPPs for Code versions below 19.x

  • page views (pv) – The number of site pages visited (technically, it’s every page in which our code runs) prior to the survey being presented.
  • flash version (flash) – The version of Adobe Flash in the visitor’s browser.
  • language (locale) – The dialect or locale as defined in the survey code.
  • operating system (os) – Type of operating system used by site visitor (e.g., Windows, Mac).
  • *referring domain (referrer) – The domain name, e.g., google.com or yahoo.com, of the site visited PRIOR to coming to site being measured.
  • *referring URL (ref_url) – The full Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the site visited PRIOR to coming to site being measured.
  • *referring domain search terms (terms) – The words, letters, or phrases entered into the referring domain, if any, e.g., search terms entered into google.com or yahoo.com.
  • Session ID (sessionid) – A unique identifier to represent the visit or session.
  • Survey Definition (sid) – The name of the survey presented to the visitor as defined in the code. This is useful to clients using multiple surveys on the same site.
  • Site Domain or Site Name (site) – Used to distinguish between multiple domains.
  • Survey ID (survey ID) – A unique identifier generated by the code to represent the survey presented to the visitor. This id + customer id determines which modelinstanceid (survey) is presented.
  • Trigger Code Version (trigger_version) – The trigger code version number. This may differ from the ‘code’ CPP above, depending on what versions of code are being run.
  • *url (url) – The Uniform Resource Locator (URL) of the last page visitor prior to survey being presented.
  • browser (browser) – The brand name and version of browser used by site visitor.
  • browser_name – The brand name (only) of browser used by site visitor.
  • browser_version – The version (only) of browser used by site visitor.

*may be removed from the code to reduce cookie size.
Depending on Device:

  • dual_orientation – For a mobile device with orientation change, this indicates if the user visited the site in landscape or portrait mode.
  • is_tablet – Indicates whether the device is a Tablet or not (true,false).
  • pointing_method – Identifies the method used to interact with the user interface, e.g., touchscreen, mouse, etc.
  • wurfl_id (device type id) – The Wireless Universal Resource FiLe (wurfl) is the code that identifies the wireless device to allow the system to be configured accordingly.
  • os – The brand name and version of the operating system used by site visitor.
  • os_name – The brand name (only) of operating system used by site visitor (e.g., iOS, Android).
  • os_version – The version (only) of the operating system used by the site visitor.
  • resolution – The screen resolution (width by height) of the device used by the site visitor.
  • resolution_height – The height only of the screen resolution, i.e., the number of lines on the screen.
  • resolution_width – The width only of the screen resolution, i.e., the number of pixels per line.
  • screen – The screen size in millimeters (width by height) of the device used by the site visitor.
  • screen_height – The height (only) of the screen size in millimeters of the device used by the site visitor.
  • screen_width – The width (only) of the screen size in millimeters of the device used by the site visitor.
  • model_name – The device model, as assigned by the manufacture, derived from the Wireless Universal Resource FiLe (see wurfl-id above).
  • brand_name – The brand name of the device used by the site visitor.
  • survey_presentation – Indicates whether a standard template or mobile template was used to present the survey.

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