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Removing a cache breaker (random number) at the end of the tag when deployed

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Hi,

One of our clients deploy our company's JavaScript tag and it seems like the DTM adds a cache breaker (random number) at the end  - which we want to remove - in order enable caching on the CDN. The format is: http://<DOMAIN>/<FILENAME>.js?_=1450189621005

Is there a way to remove the random number at the end? Can it be controlled in the DTM?

The matter is urgent. Your help is greatly appreciated. 

Ohad.

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Hi Ohad,

The cache buster cannot be removed from the link. To implement around this the script can be hard-coded on the website instead of served through DTM. You can submit this as a feature request to the Ideas Exchange at http://ideas.omniture.com. In your request I recommend including a use case example. 

Sincerely,

Tacia

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Hi Ohad,

The cache buster cannot be removed from the link. To implement around this the script can be hard-coded on the website instead of served through DTM. You can submit this as a feature request to the Ideas Exchange at http://ideas.omniture.com. In your request I recommend including a use case example. 

Sincerely,

Tacia