Cookies & Storage

Cookies

Exponea stores the following cookies in the browser:

Name

Description

Type

Expires

__exponea_etc__

Customer's Exponea generated client-side cookie

first-party, client-side

7 days - 3 years (depends on browser)

xnpe_[project-token]

Customer's Exponea generated server-side cookie

first-party (for CTD) or third-party, server-side

3 years

__exponea_time2__

Timestamp offset between browser and server time

first-party, client side

60 minutes

__exponea_ab_[ABTestName]__

Variant name returned for an A/B test

first-party, client side

7 days - 3 years (depends on browser)

xnpe_{project-token} cookie is a server-side version of the __exponea_etc__ cookie. They will both hold the same value and in combination with custom tracking domain (CTD) and they help to keep the user's identity for browsers that have shorter expiration for client-side cookies such as Safari.

Local storage

Exponea stores the following data in Local storage:

Name

Description

__exponea_last_session_ping_timestamp__

Customer's last session ping

__exponea_last_session_start_timestamp__

Customer's last session start

__exponea_banner_event__[BANNER_ID]_last_show

Timestamp of last showing of specific banner to the customer

__exponea_banner_event__[BANNER_ID]_last_interaction

Timestamp of last customer's interaction with specific banner

Session storage

Exponea stores the following data in Session storage:

Name

Description

__exponea_tracking_definition__

Customer's specific tracking definitions set up in Data Manager -> Automatic Web Tracking

Exponea stores information about when the last session for the customer occurred to decide whether to track the page visit within the last session, or whether to track it as a new session.

The storage for ‘Experiment’ settings, to ensure that experiments are displayed within their defined policy setting, is also stored. This data has no expiration.

Under session storage the SDK settings for tracking are cached. This setting expires when the tab/browser is closed. IndexedDB, a JavaScript-based object-oriented database, can be a data storage for actions from browser push notifications. This data has no expiration. There is potentially PII in push notification messages.

Updated 2 months ago


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