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I just published, how do I check if my library actually updated?

Adobo_Supportus
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I just published, how do I check if my library actually updated?

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Adobo_Supportus
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You'll find the most up to date answer here --> KB Article: I just published, how do I check if my library actually updated? 

 

Reminder- you can always search our Knowledge Base for tips, tricks, and troubleshooting.

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Adobo_Supportus
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You'll find the most up to date answer here --> KB Article: I just published, how do I check if my library actually updated? 

 

Reminder- you can always search our Knowledge Base for tips, tricks, and troubleshooting.

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sdiadam
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This article references checking the actual code file, but to make it easier you can also look at the _satellite object in the Console if your web browser.

_satellite.buildDate = the last build date of either the production or staging library
_satellite.publishDate = the last date the production library was last published

These might be beneficial to pass into a prop or an eVar to see the effects of caching with the data or other troubleshooting purposes.

Rudi_Shumpert
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I have to agree with Adam here.  Using the functions below is the fastest and most reliable. 

 

_satellite.buildDate = the last build date of either the production or staging library
_satellite.publishDate = the last date the production library was last published