This post is a short video tutorial that shows how to add custom dimensions to Webtrends.
When creating custom dimensions or measures from events tracked via dcsMultiTrack, example query parameter DCSext.w_custom_identifier will be converted into w_custom_identifier in Webtrends, so this is the name of the query parameter that you then add in the Webtrends Admin UI.
How to add a new dimension
Check the short video below for details on adding new dimensions:
How to add a new dimension based on a lookup table
Lookup tables are a great way of converting one metric into another within Webtrends. The easiest way to create a lookup table is to add a CSV file under the Webtrends installation directory here:
If you use Webtrends On Demand, then you’ll have to submit the lookup table to Webtrends for them to install.
Check the short video below for details on adding a new dimension based on a lookup table