Subject metadata, sent to DEC:
When working with Sitefinity CMS 10.1 and newer, this event is tracked client-side - an interaction is sent to DEC, along with personalization object metadata. For details, see Personalization object metadata API data type.
If you are using newer versions of Sitefinity (i.e. 8.0 or newer) you will be able to use the cookie management features of the DEC JS SDK in order to track your users across all of your subdomains by setting the domain of the DEC JS SDK cookie from Administration -> Settings -> Advanced -> DigitalExperienceCloudConnector -> Tracking cookie domain. For example, if your main website sitefintiy.com has several sub-domains, say music.sitefinity.com, movies.sitefinity.com and books.sitefinity.com, and you wish to track the person’s interactions across all of them, you should set the domain of the JS SDK cookie to .sitefinity.com. For more information, see Manage cookies.
You can implement cross-domain mapping across your Sitefinity CMS sites. You track two sites hosted under different domains and one of the domains is the mapping domain. For more information, see Tutorial: Track interactions across Sitefinity CMS sites.
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