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10-01-2021

I have used custom click events to push data to adobe. My application is working in both Chrome and Edge browser. But when I open the application in Internet explorer, adobe code is not working. Is there any dependency for that?

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25-01-2021

This is a shot in the dark.

 

Are you looping through your experience to apply a click listener to send the events to Adobe. With that loop, are you using forEach? If so, just be careful how you are using it. 

 

https://stackoverflow.com/questions/55741747/javascript-foreach-loops-not-working-on-ie11#:~:text=fo...).

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11-01-2021

Hi @PeterZng ,

 

Are you getting any normal console errors or _satellite debugger errors? To turn on satellite debugging type "_satellite.setDebug(true);" into your console and look for warnings/errors.

With IE there's so many places your app could break that it may not even be related to Launch.

Please share warnings/errors you're seeing if you find any.