2 Replies Latest reply on Jan 21, 2016 12:00 AM by Sanford Whiteman

    WebpageID & WebformID to WebpageURL & WebformID

    Margaret Trinh

      Hi -

       

      When I download the Lead Activities of type Fill out Form, I get these fields called WebPageId & WebFormId. How can I get the WebpageURL and WebFormURL from these?

       

      Thanks,

      Ashok.

        • Re: WebpageID & WebformID to WebpageURL & WebformID
          Takehiro Masaki

          Hi Aaron

           

          Form ID

          You can know Form Name from Form ID via Marketo UI

          https://app-xx99.marketo.com/#FO9999 <=9999 is Form ID

           

          Webpage ID

          My workaround is

          You get visitWebPage activities via Get Lead Activities » Marketo Developers and save id and name.

           

          {"id":1,"name":"Visit Webpage","description":"User visits a web page","primaryAttribute":{"name":"Webpage ID","dataType":"integer"},

          "attributes":[

          {"name":"Client IP Address","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"Query Parameters","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"Referrer URL","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"Search Engine","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"Search Query","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"User Agent","dataType":"string"},

          {"name":"Webpage URL","dataType":"string"}

          ]},

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          • Re: WebpageID & WebformID to WebpageURL & WebformID
            Sanford Whiteman

            A form doesn't have a single URL (think embedded forms).  The mktgAssetName/primaryAttributeValue should give you the name of the form.

             

            The information about the page hosting the form should also be available within the Fill Out Form activity itself.  It's pretty denormalized.

             

            As far as looking up the Webpage ID to get the canonical URL, Takehiro's idea of joining on Visit Web Page records is good, except not every web page will have such an activity to look up.  If you have the URL, you can create your own index with equivalent functionality (off the top of my head, at least).

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