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Magento Installation

This plugin enables Woopra to build a comprehensive, real-time profile and timeline for every visitor. Tracking users from anonymous visitor, to converted unique customer, and use Woopra’s analytics reports to understand their behavior.

Installation

  1. Prepare Magento
    • By disabling Compilation: System > Tools > Compilation
    • and Flushing the Magento cache:
      System > Cache Management > Flush Magento Cache, and refreshing all caches.
  2. Within the Administration panel go to: System > Magento Connect > Magento Connect Manager.
    • Log in to the Magento Connect Manager with a user that has Administration Credentials with full permissions.
  3. Under Install New Extensions, paste the following extension key into step 2 and then click Install:
    
    http://connect20.magentocommerce.com/community/Woopra_Analytics_Event_And_Visitor_Tracking
    
    
  4. You will be prompted to confirm the Woopra extension, click Proceed to start installation.
  5. Once installation is complete you will see an installation log
  6. Return to the Magento Administration and log out and then log in to set the new administration privileges for all administrator accounts. Note: If you do not log out and attempt to open the Woopra configuration you will see a 404 Page not found error.

Configuration within Magento Admin:

  1. Enable the Woopra Module within Magento: Go to Admin > System > Configuration > Woopra > Woopra Analytics > Enable Module
  2. Basic configuration:
    • Enable Module: Enable or disable the Woopra module. (Note: This MUST be Enabled for tracking to work properly.)
    • Hostname: Enter hostname to track (ie: example.com).
    • Show Test Alert: When enabled, will show a javascript pop‐up alert on the frontend. (Note: This should be set to No after verifying the extension works properly.)

Configuration in Woopra:

  1. In the bottom left of the window click on the Setup Icon. In the setup window click on the Schema Button.
    • On the right hand side click the Gear Icon and then Import Schema.
  2. Browse to the extension folder and click on the schemata.json file. (Download the file here)

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