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DTM: How to make only one rule to save friendly page name on every page

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15-10-2015

Hi,

Started to use DTM with SiteCatalyst. Just testing on one report suite and let’s see how it works. At this point not really sure do we need the tag management. The setup with SiteCatalyst was quite easy to do and now my suite is collecting data ok. Now the real works aka tagging starts and lots of newbie questions in my mind. Let’s start with the first one.

I would like to save friendly name to SiteCatalyst (s.pageName). I could use the url path for this. If we have over 100 pages on our site then it would be really time consuming to make rule (to pageName) for every page. What would be the correct/easiest thing to do this with only one rule/script, possible?

For example, http://www.example.com page name could be “/”. http://www.homepage.com/category/cars/ page name would be “category/cars” so I want always save the folder path to s.pageName.

Thanks for all the help.

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Thanks salomePB. By "path" I meant only the folder structure (category/page) and not the whole url address (which is the default value for SiteCatalyst).

Anyway, thanks for your tip, and now I was able to do what I wanted. See my attachments.

Ps. Still bit confused about these data (layer) elements. I thought I would always have to hard code these data elements to our site, but now I was able to do data element directly from DTM. Could be that I'm mixing two different things!? No need to comment, just wondering out loud. Have to study more.