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I'm a beginner in Sitecore. I need to generate the data which provides how many times the user clicks a button on the webpage. The data should be stored on MongoDB database. I'm confused with where to start and how to. Suggest some references or samples to continue.

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You could take a look at existing SBOS modules: https://marketplace.sitecore.net/Modules/S/SitecoreSBOSLinkTracker.aspx?sc_lang=en

This module extends the Link Manager to add a capability to set a link click to trigger a Page event.

The page events end up in the Sitecore Analytics and can be used for your reporting.

Another option is to write custom code. I wrote a blog post a while back about integrating AddThis with a custom goal (replace the addthis with you button and you have a possible solution).

If feasable, I would go for the SBOS module though. Will be more flexible..

NOTE: The SBOS Modules, while they work, can be buggy, depending on the needs of your solution. So make sure you test appropriately before deploying to a production environment.

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