I sent events via the API, but they're not showing up in the Results page.
- Experiment was/is not running: Make sure the experiment is running and the events have timestamps within the bounds of the running experiment.
- Event payload was malformed: Inspect the payload to verify that all required identifiers are properly set to conform with the API's Swagger Specification. If the API returns with a 204 Response code, it means that the Optimizely Logging Service has received and persisted the payload. This response code is not an indication that the event payload has been validated.
- Event had one or more incorrect or missing identifiers: Inspect the payload and verify that all required identifiers are properly set.
- Event was missing a decision: When activating users, verify that you sent a decision event and that the decision event had an earlier
timestampthan the conversion events. Read How Optimizely counts conversions for more information.
- Decision was sent but not attributed to the correct
campaign_id: When activating users, make sure the
campaign_idfor the variation the user was assigned to.
- Event had an incorrect or out-of-bounds timestamp: When activating and tracking users, make sure timestamps have the correct format (a 13-digit integer, representing time since epoch in milliseconds) and are within bounds of the running experiment.
I sent events with revenue values via the API, but the revenue isn't calculated correctly in the Results page.
- Revenue is missing from event payload: Make sure
revenueis present under the correct conversion event.
- Revenue has incorrect value: Make sure
revenuehas an integer value and represents the revenue in cents.
I sent events via the API; I see some results but I don't get expected values.
- Duplicate events are sent: Optimizely detects events that have the same
timestampand saves only one of them. Make sure each event is using a unique
- Events have out-of-bounds timestamps: Make sure timestamps have the correct format (a 13-digit integer, representing time since epoch in milliseconds) and are within bounds of the running experiment.
- Conversion events have timestamps older than the decision event's timestamp: Make sure the conversion events have
timestampvalues that are equal to or more recent than the related decision event's timestamp.
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