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Configuring cached attribute lists

Cached attribute lists are used by database realtime decisions to determine applicable content to be rendered to a visitor to a web page containing an RPI rule smart asset, within which at least one content element must be configured with a database realtime decision.

A cached attribute list is a collection of database column attributes and a lookup key. When a website visitor provides RPI with a lookup key value – for example, by submitting an email address in a web form – the provided value can be used as a lookup into the data warehouse, or an auxiliary database, and the visitor’s unique values for a range of attributes – defined by the cached attribute list’s Decision attributes property – can be retrieved and stored in the realtime cache.

These stored values can then be used to make decisions about the content that should be presented to the (now known) website visitor.

Configuration of cached attribute lists is carried out in a dedicated configuration interface.

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