When you create a targeter using the Content task area of the ACC, the system automatically sets up the components needed to make your targeting rules work. When you create targeting rules by hand, as described in the previous chapter, you need to create or configure these components yourself. This chapter describes how to set up various components for delivering targeted content.

This chapter contains the following sections:

Setting Up a RuleSetService
Explains how to create and configure a RuleSetService, which either registers a rule set with Nucleus, or contains its own rules.

Setting Up a RuleBasedRepositoryTargeter Service
Explains how to create and configure a RuleBasedRepositoryTargeter service, which implements targeting according to the rules defined by the RuleSetService.

Setting Up a TargetingSourceMap Service
Explains how to create and configure a TargetingSourceMap service makes it easier to match up rules with profiles and other targeting sources.

Using TargetingResults
Explains how to use the TargetingResults component to perform targeting operations.

Defining Profile and Content Groups
Explains how to create profile groups and content groups by hand.

Managing User Segments
Describes user segments, segment lists, and the repository that segment lists are stored in.

Conflict Resolution
Discusses conflict resolution, which is a mechanism for filtering out conflicting results from a targeting operation.

Using Slots to Deliver Content
For users of the Scenarios module. This section contains a brief description of slot components, which provide a more powerful method to display and manage targeted content in your Web application. It includes a link to more detailed information on slots.

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