A scenario is a configuration that is used to obtain recommendation results. It consists of:
- A Content Type to be returned as recommendation
- A strategy (set of models) that is used for generating recommendations
- A filter configuration
If your user role includes
Personalization/View Policy, you can view the list of scenarios and preview their result.
To modify the scenarios to suit your needs, you must have the
You can then navigate to the Scenarios tab and click the Edit icon next to
the name of the scenario.
You may have permissions to access several websites hosted on an Ibexa DXP, with independent results returned for each of these websites. If this is the case, use the selector field to switch between views for each of these websites.
Content type configuration¶
Every scenario supports a single input type and multiple output types. Every recommendation request can deliver content of one or all output content types. The output type is set during the recommendation request and must be covered by the list of the supported content types in the requested scenario.
To modify the strategy, you drag model boxes between a list of all available models and the scenario board on the right side. To avoid empty or insufficient recommendation results, add several models to every strategy.
You can arrange models within a scenario board by importance. Models from each level are used in parallel and strategy results contain an equally distributed mixture of both model results. If models from one level do not return enough results, models from the subsequent levels are used.
If your models support additional differentiators, you can apply them. By default, a model does not use submodels or segments. To group items based on supported data types for the model, from the Data type and Context drop-downs, select the required options. You can choose between Submodels or Segments data types. For more information, see Advanced model configuration.
The configuration performed in this step is applied only to the selected scenario.
You can define a set general filters for every recommendation scenario. Filters are applied to all recommendations that come from models selected in the strategy.
For more information, see General filters.
If you want to configure category filters for each of the categories from the strategy configuration matrix, click the Configure icon and make necessary changes.
For a detailed description, see Category path filters.