To download the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit, go to https://github.com/acoustic-exchange/toolkit-1.3
You can use the
A. Upload audience data from a local application to
B. Download event data from
C. Download audience data from
Installing the Toolkit is an alternative to opening your corporate firewalls to allow
If a locally installed application is a destination for audience data, use the
If a locally installed business solution accepts event data as an event subscriber, use the Toolkit to download the event data and add it to a local database. The Toolkit provides a sample mapping file that you can use to specify how the event data is stored in the database. For example, you might use the imported event data for custom reporting, analysis, and re-targeting.
Installing and operating the Toolkit requires access to the
Before you begin, confirm that you have established the required access privileges and logins.
If you don't have access to
To establish access to resources that are associated with the locally installed data producer or consumer application, contact the local system.
To request that
Your fully provisioned account includes the following elements.
user account, including credentials to log in to the UI.
- An endpoint-level
- A URL to call external
APIs. Contact Support for the address that your account requires.
The Toolkit calls various
You must provide the authentication key in the configuration properties for your installation of the Toolkit.
You can find your endpoint-level authentication key in the Endpoint details menu on the Endpoints tab in the
Installing and operating the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit requires access to various systems in your local network environment. Establishing this access typically requires network or database administrative privileges.
Before you begin, confirm that you have established the following access privileges and logins.
- Administrative access to install and configure files on the server where you install the Toolkit. Contact your local system administrator for the required address and privileges.
- Administrative access to the database where you want to import event data. Contact your database administrator for the required address and privileges.
Acoustic Exchange provides various resources to support the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit. You can take advantage of installed, online, and educational resources. Acoustic Exchange developer center is the home for the binary source files that are required to install the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit.
Acoustic Exchange product documentation is located in the Acoustic Help Center.
Logging for the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit
You can access the log files for the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit in the %CU_HOME%/logs folder.
Event files that are processed successfully are stored by default in the %CU_HOME%/AppData/eventsDownload folder.
Event files that the Acoustic Exchange Toolkit is not able to process are stored in the dataError directory. If you encounter problems during event data import, review the condition and structure of the files in the %CU_HOME%/AppData/downloads/dataError folder to determine a course of action.
Updated 10 months ago