even though that's a same page url, such as https://sitename.com/login/login,
when I drop page value and visits, page URL shows together.
the problem is 3rd value (login^login) and 14th (https://sitename.com/login/login) value is actually same login page.
is there any reason why some of data couldn't catch page name and showed as page URL?
any props value didn't showed under the 14th page value.
By chance is your website an Angular or Ajax based site?
This looks like you have SPA based issues where your tagging is firing incorrectly and as users naviagate back and forth your tagging rules do capture things correctly.
Are you using Direct call rules?
Hey @Hyeran - If you didn't set the s.PageName variable, Adobe will automatically take URL as the Page Name.
Also, you should request a data warehouse export for "page URL" and "pagename" and check the data. Also, check if there are any processing rules for setting the Page variable.
I am not sure if this is a Single Page Application(SPA)? If that is the case, it would be beneficial to check the Direct Call Rules(DCR) as they work very well for state changes.
Here is a document about setting pagenames : https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/analytics/implementation/vars/page-vars/pagename.html?lang=e...