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Using - adobe.target.trackEvent - to track the click on Element, but its throwing error in the console -

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$(document).on("click",".className",function() {

adobe.target.trackEvent({'mbox' :'Legacy_Search_Mbox'}) 

  });

Getting this error in the console, when element is clicked.
Uncaught (in promise) No target request performance timing was found .
  is there way to debug this one ?

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Employee

This looks like something that we should look at in Support.

Can you please file a ticket by emailing the details (Activity name, elements your clicking, etc) to ttclientcare@adobe.com and we can have one of our agents investigate this further.

Thanks,

Peter Hartung

Technical Support Consultant

Customer Experience

Adobe

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This looks like something that we should look at in Support.

Can you please file a ticket by emailing the details (Activity name, elements your clicking, etc) to ttclientcare@adobe.com and we can have one of our agents investigate this further.

Thanks,

Peter Hartung

Technical Support Consultant

Customer Experience

Adobe

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@here, could you please share the way to debug this issue?

 

Thanks,

Khushboo