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16-01-2020

Hi Team,

 

I have a Query that I have two rules :

1) Rule created on click

2) Direct call rule

 

I'm could see two rules firing on a click along with DCR and I want to suppress the DCR firing on click without pausing the DCR in Adobe Launch. Can someone help me how to accomplish this.

 

Thanks,

Balakrishna

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Can you elaborate a bit more around the 2 rules?

 

Is DCR used for a page load, then a click rule enabled on click?

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You could create another direct call rule that uses custom JS, and in that customJS add the conditional logic that you'd like to test for before firing the "FINAL" direct call rule.  Does that make sense?