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aem_visi
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15-10-2015

Hi,

We have currently implemented DTM in this way

        
<!-- This tag to be placed just before the end of head section (</head> tag) on all the pages-->
 <script src="//assets.adobedtm.com/406b28e75c8a35e01a06c8e4c9ff2a6d7ca1fe91/satelliteLib-8a801b30bff77b913f815617..."></script>

 

        
<!-- This tag to be placed just before the end of Body section (</Body> tag) on all the pages-->
 

<script type="text/javascript">_satellite.pageBottom();</script>

 

As a result when i load my home page i can see mutliple instances of the DTM js file (satellite-*.js)

[img]satellite.png[/img]

This is having an impact on the performance of the home page. What can we do to reduce the number of calls made to load the DTM js file?

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15-10-2015

The extra calls are probably coming from any rules you have that contain third-party scripts. The contents of those will fire from a secondary script rather than being included in the main DTM script which makes it look like a lot of files are coming from the assets.adobedtm.com site.  You can look at the contents of each of those to verify (just look in the Response tab in the developer tools).

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