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Storage Duration in data element

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Hi ,

I have a doubt regarding to storage duration can we use none storage duration  for all the created  Data elemets is there any problem if use None

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Hi Ashok,

The above question of Data elements on storage duration is it related to Launch?

If so, I don't think you will have a problem in using None in Data element storage. Data Elements can be stored in 4 different scopes: Visitor, Session, Pageview, and None. This determines when you are able to recall stored values.

Please go through the below blog link for more clarification

https://jimalytics.com/tag-management/adobe-launch-data-elements-guide/#Storage_Types

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Hi Ashok,

The above question of Data elements on storage duration is it related to Launch?

If so, I don't think you will have a problem in using None in Data element storage. Data Elements can be stored in 4 different scopes: Visitor, Session, Pageview, and None. This determines when you are able to recall stored values.

Please go through the below blog link for more clarification

https://jimalytics.com/tag-management/adobe-launch-data-elements-guide/#Storage_Types

Thanks

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Hi Ashok,

If you don't want the data element value to persist, you can choose None as the storage duration.

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DataElement storage duration = none still not clearing the value on the next page for a SPA website. Do we need to use s.clearVars() at the end of the Rule?