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Adobe Debugger

Ford_PPR
Level 2
Level 2

Has the operation of the debugger changed OR does it work differently with DTM OR if the Analytics implementation is on the Marketing Cloud?

Symptom: Previously, if there were actions on a page that cause a link track to be called but did not then move the visitor onto a new page, these extra calls were all visible in the debugger following the initial page load data.

I am not NOT seeing this, each extra call is seen on it’s own having replaced the previous call in the debugger interface.

If the debugger has not changed the way it works then it is a symptom of an incorrectly called link tracking tag and I will need to investigate but I wanted to check first that debugger has not changed it’s way of working.

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Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

The Adobe debugger is best used for page calls - I've noticed it is not as reliable for custom links. If I'm looking for custom link data, chrome's developer tools do the trick for me - go to the network tab and filter by /ss/. That should provide all image requests, both page view and link tracking.

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alim92960278
Level 5
Level 5

Peter, I'm not sure if this is what you're referring to but if the POST method is used to send the data you won't see anything in the debugger. I have this problem all the time.

 

Ali

Gigazelle
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

The Adobe debugger is best used for page calls - I've noticed it is not as reliable for custom links. If I'm looking for custom link data, chrome's developer tools do the trick for me - go to the network tab and filter by /ss/. That should provide all image requests, both page view and link tracking.

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