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DoubleClick Floodlight extension implementation in Adobe launch

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14-09-2020

Hi ,

I am new to Adobe Analytics . I am trying to implement 3rd party tags with this extension. 

I have following queries :

1 . After adding floodlight parameters (src , type , cat , u1, u2 , u9 etc ) i am saving it to the library , but when i am back the order of parameters is changed . The iframe src is also getting changed . 

2 . In the link provided , custom variables have some assigned values like u1=[url], u6=[monthly recurring charges] etc , in adobe launch how to assign values to them dynamically .

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Personally, I'd use Acronym's Google Global Site Tag (gtag) extension. That offers more flexibility in how to fire your tags, while also ensuring that the fired tag conforms with Google's latest gtag specification.

Also, this topic might get more views and answers at the Adobe Experience Platform Launch section.