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Slots in ATG Personalization


A slot is a narrow opening into which something else can be fitted. It can also refer to a position in a group, series, or sequence. For example, someone might ask if they can “slot in” for a meeting with friends. The phrase’s origin is unclear, but it’s thought to have been derived from the Latin for “notch” or “groove,” referring to the narrow opening in which coins can be inserted into a machine. It may also be related to the word “sloth,” meaning “cruelty, deception, or cunning.”

A slots game is a gambling machine that uses reels to display symbols and pay out credits based on the combinations and pattern of these symbols. The machine accepts cash or, in “ticket-in, ticket-out” machines, a paper ticket with a barcode. The symbol combinations are determined by the machine’s software, which weights certain symbols more than others and determines how frequently they appear on a given reel. Some slot games feature additional components, such as bonus features, scatters, or wild symbols, which substitute for other symbols and can multiply a player’s winnings.

Slots are found at casinos, racetracks, and other establishments that offer gambling. Many of these games are regulated by state governments and can be played only with money that has been deposited into the casino’s bankroll. To avoid losing your money, be sure to set a budget before you begin playing, and don’t exceed it. Also, remember that part of every bet is used to reload the base jackpot and another portion goes toward the progressive element of the jackpot.

In football, a slot receiver is a wide receiver who lines up closer to the middle of the field than other receivers. This position allows him to run routes that complement other receivers and confuse defenses. To succeed in this role, slot receivers must be quick and agile, with a strong ability to evade tacklers.

Using the slot property in ATG Personalization

Slots in ATG are containers for dynamic items that can be populated by the Services repository and the Solutions repository. They can be created for both internal and external users. For external users, you can use slots to create and manage offers within the Service Center. Internal users can also use the slot properties to assign a scenario to a slot.

When you use the slot property, it’s important to note that a slot cannot be fed using multiple scenarios. This can cause unpredictable results in the Service Center. It’s recommended that you only use one scenario per slot. This can be done by using the Slots Properties tab in the Service Center. To learn more, read Using Slots in the ATG Personalization Programming Guide. If you do use multiple scenarios for a slot, the contents of the slot will be mixed up and will not display correctly. This can cause issues with the layout and styling of your site. If you have questions about this, please contact your ATG customer success representative.

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