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Production Environment - Use Linked DTM Embed Code option cannot be saved?

dexterl58973421
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Hi

After I created the prduction environment which is linked to DTM embed code. Under Install Launch I turned on Use Linked DTM Embed Code, obviously. But it would not allow me to save the the change, then I selected crate archive and then deselected it just to have the save button to turn blue and then I clicked on Save.

2018-05-28 13_11_50-Launch by Adobe - Edit Environment.png

and then I went back to it, it showed the Use Linked DTM Embed Code is off.

2018-05-28 13_12_30-Launch by Adobe - Edit Environment.png

1 Accepted Solution
settytb1
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

@dexterl58973421

The use DTM embed code is a visibility toggle.  Once it's linked as you did when you created the environment.  Launch will publish to that embed code as well as its own.  The toggle just shows you what the dtm embed code was so you could use it again if you wish.  This is a common question and we are looking at revisiting the ui to clear this up.

I hope that helps,

Seth

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4 Replies
Gigazelle
Employee
Employee

Hi Dexter, were you able to resolve this issue?

vargas515
Level 1
Level 1

I am having this same problem. Was this ever resolved?

settytb1
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Employee
Employee

@dexterl58973421

The use DTM embed code is a visibility toggle.  Once it's linked as you did when you created the environment.  Launch will publish to that embed code as well as its own.  The toggle just shows you what the dtm embed code was so you could use it again if you wish.  This is a common question and we are looking at revisiting the ui to clear this up.

I hope that helps,

Seth

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vargas515
Level 1
Level 1

It does. I realized that after I sent out that question. Thanks!