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DTM page load rule won't fire

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Frank_Lee_-_UT
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15-10-2015

Hi,

 

I'm having trouble getting a page load rule to fire.  I'm using the staging tag on a dev server, and the basic Adobe Analytics fire on the page load through DTM.  The rule is configured to fire at the bottom of the page.  I've set the criteria using path and a regex defined as:    .indycar.   

(I'm trying to use criteria that fire for both the dev and prod servers)

A sample dev page is here:

http://dev.indycar.ims.com/news

 

Any suggestions are welcome.

 

Thanks!

Frank.

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Hi Mike,

 

That does allow the rule to fire, but doesn't afford us the flexibility we need to write one rule for both the dev and prod environments. We're trying to format a global rule for all pages on the site.  Maybe I need to re-work the regex for the path statement.

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15-10-2015

Frank,

Try using the subdomain criteria if you are matching indycar (path would be used for the news portion in your example).