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Adobe Target Experience fragments ClientLibs sync restriction

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02-04-2019

Hi Team,

I have created 2 XF's and synced them with the adobe target. Since I am loading my clientLibs on the author experience fragments those script got synced with the target server.

I think because of this my clientLibs are executing twice on the targeted page, one from the actual page and other from the target synced XF's. How can I restrict my XF's in author environment to sync only content and not clientLibs to adobe target server ?

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@AEM_Coder,

Perhaps its my lack of specific knowledge to the question you are asking however I'm inclined to think that if you were to post this on the AEM section of the forums you will get a more in depth response in regards to this. Keep us updated.

Mihnea Docea | Technical Support Consultant | Customer Experience | Adobe | (:: 1 (800) 497-0335