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How can I check Appmeasurment code with Google chrome developer?

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08-10-2020

I would like to check my appMeasurement.js code on Google Chrome Developer tool.
But I cannot find any file under 'assets.adobedtm.com' like that.
How can I check my published appMeasurement.js file with browser?

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Hi @tomo_xxx ,

You may want to check several things before looking for the AppMeasurement.js file.

1. Make sure that the implementation code is being hosted on Akamai because otherwise it may be coming from a different source altogether. You could start just by checking that there is a assets.adobedtm.com tag on the page.

2. If the tag is on the page, make sure something in Launch (DTM) is actually using the Analytics extension in order for it to load. You could make a temporary pageload rule which has an action of clearing the Analytics variables. This will ensure that AppMeasurement.js is used on the page.

 

Depending on who is hosting the implementation code, it should show up with Developer Tools > Sources once you start using the extension.

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Thanks for your replying. I published Appmeasurement.js with Launch by Adobe. According to your message, I think I cannot check with developer tool in this case.
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Hi @tomo_xxx , you should be able to access it from there. Even if you have a single use of the Analytics extension it will load the library. So in a core, "Page Bottom" rule, run an Analytics, "Clear Variable" action. In your console, set _satellite.debugger(true) to view the logs within Launch to double-check that your rule fires (completes). Once the rule fires, you can check the sources (Chrome) section of dev tools to see files specifically coming from assets.adobedtm.com and, within the dropdown for "extensions..." there should be a file called AppMeasurement.min.js or something similar.
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Thanks for your replying, again.

I wrote _satellite.bottom() bottom of each page and I checked Adobe Analytics data with classic debugg window.
However, I cannot find any Appmeasurement.js belowing assets.adobe.com in Chrome Web Developer. There are any .js file belowing assets.adobe.com named started with "launch- xxxxx".

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Hi @tomo_xxx , below is an image of the tracking done on this specific page. _satellite.bottom() working doesn't necessarily mean that AppMeasurement is running since _satillite is part of the tag manager (either DTM or Launch). In your DTM or Launch property you must have the Analytics tool/extension built at to an enviroment before it will actually run on the page. However, if your property already has the tool/extension and you are seeing Analytics tracking beacons, e.g. s.t() calls work on the page, then it is being put on from someplace. If not assests.adobe.com, then it must be coming from someplace.... maybe the AppMeasurement code itself is being self-hosted and you should check some of the sources controlled by your company.

App_Meas_snapshot.png

tomo_xxx
Thanks for replying, again. I will ask about this to my AA technic. It looks hard for me to do by myself.

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