Dynamic Response

Overview

Dynamic Response is used to add Enhanced Data (tag information or system information) dynamically into your Responses.

For example, you can set your redirect URL link to dynamically include the Tag Code's Batch Name, Scan Count, an Extended Data field such as a CUID or chip UID, the Tag Name and more.

Tag Codes moved from one Tag Group to another can automatically inherit Enhanced Data and therefore dynamically change response just by being in another location within the system.

Dynamic Response can be used with all three response types : Redirects, Direct Reponses and API Responses.

It's a very powerful and flexible system and is often an integral part of using the ixkio tag management system.

Dynamic Response uses two systems which can be used separately or even combined to achieve more complex responses.

Subtags

Subtags dynamically add Enhanced Data into the responses. This is handled by using curly brackets {}.

For example, you could add a CUID (custom unique ID) stored in the ixkio platform dynamically onto a URL by including {CUID} within your redirect response.

So, if your CUID for Tag Code was 12345, a URL entered as :

https://seritag.com?code={CUID}

would become :

https://seritag.com?code=12345
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Datamerge

Datamerge allows you to dynamically add Extended Data onto your responses. In other words, it will add them to your response rather than substituting into your response as Subtags would. Note that datamerge only works with Extended Data (not the entire Enhanced Data set).

For example, assuming you had an Extended Data field set up as 'Colour' and the data for that field for a particular Tag Group was 'Blue'. You could use datamerge to change your Redirect URL from :

https://seritag.com

to :

https://seritag.com?Colour=Blue
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