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Does DTM to Launch Migration Tool not copy over Inactive DTM Rules?

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We have used the DTM to Launch property migration button to get several of our properties migrated over from DTM to Launch. Upon closer examination of the Launch property today, it looks like rules that were inactive in DTM were not copied over to the newly created Launch property. Has this happened to anyone else, or is this something that is unique to our company? 

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Yes the migration only takes active rules and elements

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Yes, just migrate the production environment.

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Yes the migration only takes active rules and elements

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Be wary of one thing though, you remember that nice migration feature which lets you keep the DTM embed code and still reference launch library? messed things up for us as we had choose not to have that but it still kicked in when we published launch library all the way to production, got a little bit messy and still no answer from Adobe how it can happen. Looking at the production environment in Launch it does not indicate that it is linked but it happens anyway.

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@Sebastiane_Edberg_, so what happened to your implementations? Did the Old DTM codes overwrite your new Launch embed codes or were the Launch embed codes correct but you were still getting served your DTM production libraries? I chose not to link our production Launch code to our production DTM code too so I am interested in hearing more about this. Have you tried disabling your old DTM property now that you have migrated over to Launch? This might solve your issue by disallowing the Launch embed codes from accessing the old DTM libraries.