CSV format reference
The CSV export of a compliance report provides detailed information about the compliance status of a given website. The CSV export can be generated in the Didomi console. The CSV file will include all information for the report period.
After running the compliance report there are 2 CSV files that the user can download: trackers and vendors. To do so follow the next steps:
- 1.Click on the Compliance Report section on the left menu.
- 2.Click on the 3 dots button that appear next to the report that you want to export. This will open a dropdown where the user has 2 export options: Download Vendors CSV and Download Trackers CSV
- 3.Click on the item you would like to download
- 4.Your report is automatically exported in an CSV file.
If you desire to do the same thing for a previous report, navigate to the details of the report. From the "Pick a report" dropdown select the report you would like to export. After the report has loaded, click on the 3 dots button in the header and select the export type you wish to download.
The vendors export provides more information on the vendors found on the website during a scanning session.
The date and time when the page was browsed
1/9/2018 2:41:43 AM
Vendor name as known in our database, vendor domain if unknown
Page url where the vendor was discovered on your website
URL that triggered the vendor
yes/no depending if the vendor is considered a tag
Type of the file that was requested
URL of the initiator of the vendor
Initiator vendor name as known in our database, initiator vendor domain if unknown
Name of the vendor that dropped the cookie as known in our database, vendor domain if unknown
Page on which the cookie was dropped
URL of the vendor that dropped the tracker
The domain that was used when setting the cookie
The name of the cookie
The lifetime in seconds of the cookie dropped, usually negative if it's a session cookie
A sample of content extracted from the cookie
1st/3rd party depending who dropped the cookie
*What is a tracking tag?
What we call a tracking tag is an HTTP request that is used by a vendor for tracking/targeting purposes. For instance, we try to identify all the requests that adblockers would block. There is no exact definition of what constitutes a tag and there is surely no perfect way to identify them.