Fire adobe launch extension on Specific page rather than every page

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gokula

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gokula

gokula

17-02-2020

Hello Team, 

 

Is there any way where I can fire the extension on specific pages only and not on every page. For ex. Adobe Target v2 extension loaded on every page which adds chunk of JS code on every page even though the page doesn't have any experience loaded. This adds into main JavaScript file and had a major impact on our site page performance comparing to DTM.

 

@Jennifer_Kunz 

@StewSchilling 

Adobe Launch Adobe Target Extensions

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Andrey_Osadchuk

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Andrey_Osadchuk

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Andrey_Osadchuk
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20-02-2020

You can create a separate rule for Target and add a condition to check whether the current page belongs the ones Target should be loaded at.

Does it help?

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Haran_Huang

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Haran_Huang

Haran_Huang

20-02-2020

Yes, CONDITIONS in rules can limit the page.