Salesforce DMP helps businesses increase revenue by delivering more valuable content, commerce, and marketing experiences.
In order to enable mParticle’s integration with Salesforce DMP, you will need to work with your Salesforce DMP representative to obtain the Publisher ID and Site ID for mParticle configuration.
Salesforce DMP’s event API accepts a maximum URL length of 2000 characters. If this length is exceeded, the event will be dropped.
mParticle’s integration works by sending HTTP GET requests to two Salesforce DMP Pixel API endpoints, each with different behavior and requirements. You can read Salesforce DMP’s API docs for the two endpoints here. It is highly recommended that you discuss your implementation with your Salesforce DMP representative.
For Salesforce DMP to receive an Event via the Event URL, you will need to create the event in the Salesforce DMP dashboard and note it’s unique Event ID. When you set up your connection to Salesforce DMP in mParticle, you can map mParticle events to Salesforce DMP Event IDs as part of the Connection Settings. Only events with a mapped ID will be sent to the Event URL. Consult with your Salesforce representative to get events and attributes correctly created in your Saleforce DMP dashboard. Querystring parameters are mapped as follows:
attr_<url-escaped-attribute-name>. Attributes need to be pre-created in the Salesforce DMP dashboard.
The Pixel URL does not require events to be pre-created in Salesforce DMP. If you check Send Events as Page Views in the Connection Settings, mParticle will send all events to this endpoint, even if they are also sent to the Event URL. Querystring parameters in the Pixel URL are mapped as follows.
|Setting Name||Data Type||Default Value||Description|
||Your Salesforce DMP Publisher ID. To obtain this ID, please contact your Salesforce representative.|
||Your company’s domain name.|
||The Salesforce DMP site ID for your app. To obtain this ID, please contact your Salesforce representative.|
|Setting Name||Data Type||Default Value||Platform||Description|
||All||Allows you to map your mParticle events to the corresponding event IDs in Salesforce DMP.|
|Session Start Event ID||
||All||Allows you to map SessionStart events to the corresponding event ID in Salesforce DMP|
|Send Events as Page Views||‘bool’||
||Send all events to the Pixel.gif endpoint|
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