However its showing 0/failed against the URL's which have no analytics code at all. Is it working as designed or needs a fix? If its is working as expected, can you help me understand why it would fail for above scenario?
Loading the code on the page is not exactly the same as instantiating it. Instantiations are identified by inspecting list of elements retrieved from window.s_c_il in conjunction with other properties depending on the version of Analytics.
In order to double check how this test case "Analytics - Instantiated once" works, I added 2 analytics code- one via App measurement and another via DTM on my web site. It leads to 2 analytics server calls from different sources. Home Page
Is that counted as a case for multiple tags?
I ran Auditor on it and it returns 1 against this test case. I was hoping if we have more than one analytics code, it would return 0/fail.
Can you provide more clarity onto how it works and what exactly it'll check? Will it see for 2 analytics objects on web page?