WebSphere Portal integration with Omniture SiteCatalyst
IBM as part of the User Experience Optimization Initiative has releases a white paper on integration of WebSphere Portal with Omniture. The integration helps in tracking the following
  • What pages/site sections receive the most views?
  • What is the affinity between pages and site sections?
  • What content drives further site consumption?
  • What pages/site sections exits and entries?
The Omniture integration makes use of Dojo libraries that are now bundled with WebSphere Portal V6.1
For WebSphere Portal integration with Omniture SiteCatalyst, you will need 2 files - s_code.js and specific dojo analytics class created specifically for the WebSphere Portal integration. The javascript file is placed in the theme folder and referenced within the default.jsp.
In addition, if the requirement is to track the specific events (or special events that need to triggered on user button clicks), one can edit the _eventRegistry variable found in analytics.js to add listeners to specific buttons and links on the site.

The integration is support only from WebSphere Portal V6.1 onwards.

Check out the white paper here .
2 Comments To ' WebSphere Portal integration with Omniture SiteCatalyst '

Mihir Shah said...

Hi Munish. Thanks for sharing the document link. As I understood correctly, using default script files from omniture SiteCatalyst you can achieve portal and portlet specific user activities. Now my query : "Is it possible to track or get details on user activities with the application content like say deleting or updating link within the portlet?

Munish Gupta said...

If you use custom variables and attach them to the action clicks - content deletion or updating using javascript. That way you can track those events also.

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