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Using getPageLoadTime in Launch to pull into Adobe Analytics variables

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Hello, 

 

Question regarding getting Page Load Time tracking running in Launch and pulling through in Analytics:

  • I've installed the Common Analytics Launch plug-in, specifically to get Page Load Time tracking.
    • Then, I created the rule (per documentation) to "initialize" getPageLoadTime.
  • However, there isn't any documentation as to the 'now what'?
    • Do I create another rule assigning the different values to the Props, Evar & Event?
      • Or do I do it all in the same Rule?
    • Or do I assign what info goes to which variables in the Adobe Analytics extension?
      • If so, where?

 

Hope this question makes sense. Would greatly appreciate the help, as I believe this is easier than I'm making it out to be Hahaha

 

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Hi Ryanm,

 

You can assign by two ways:-

a) Directly use the function is s-code like we use previously for plugins 

eg.- s.eVar1=s_getLoadTime();

b) You can add the above code in your pageload time also.

 

This is for all other plugins also just create Plugin Initialization rule by Common Plugin Extension and then use there function in s-code or in rule without using the custom plugin,

 

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Hi Ryanm,

 

You can assign by two ways:-

a) Directly use the function is s-code like we use previously for plugins 

eg.- s.eVar1=s_getLoadTime();

b) You can add the above code in your pageload time also.

 

This is for all other plugins also just create Plugin Initialization rule by Common Plugin Extension and then use there function in s-code or in rule without using the custom plugin,

 

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