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18-12-2017

We currently use DTM on most of our websites and need to implement it on another site. Unfortunately our developers won't be able to add the embed code for at least two months because of a code freeze.

To get around this, we're thinking of using GTM. Any problem with doing this?

The code will only be added to two pages: A "login page" and a "login success page". This will be used to exclude existing customers from our marketing reports. I mention this to make it clear that we don't need full implementation on this site.

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satelliteLib-7998b06......js is your library, that's where all of the code will execute from, so yes, you should see that in the console. if you see "errors" coming from this script, then something is blocking it or stopping internal execution and the beacon wont be sent.

in the network tab, if you filter requests for "/b/ss" you will filter only the beacons that are sent to tracking servers.

The data being sent will be in the parsed/decoded query string.

the target server will be your tracking server for adobe.

you can also use various add-ons in chrome to see a pretty output in console. (then you dont have to rely on network tab)