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adobe.target.trackEvent is failing with a 400 response code
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I have been trying to test the trackEvent function on https://www.jcpenney.com/ site but when I run a basic trackEvent call in the browser console, it is getting a 400 response code every time. I was originally using a conversion event, but it was failing with a 400 code as well. We are using target version 2.4.0. Sample call adobe.target.trackEvent({'mbox':'homePageTest'}); Any ideas on what is causing this? This is our target file:https://test.static-jcpenney.com/integration4a/yoda-assets/vend...

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Yes we are sending the pixel data to the vendors after window.load, but I am trying to to see ways to reduce the number of asset files loaded from launch before window.load since launch is in the head tag of the page.

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How to reduce the number of https requests from adobe launch
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We are migrating to Adobe launch and we have started noticing the large number of requests coming from assets.adobedtm.com domain. We already are seeing 9 requests with the script content on our home page and we still have to add a lot more vendor scripts in Launch, so that number of custom scripts will greatly increase as we go. We want to have the best page performance that we can have, so how can reduce the number of these requests while still sending the data to the vendors? We will probably...

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Adobe Launch - debugging/setting breakpoints for custom rules
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Is it possible to set dynamic breakpoints in custom rules in Launch? I found the file that was downloaded from Launch, but when I try and prettify the script in the chrome developer tools, it still stays as one line and I'm not able to set a breakpoint in the middle of the script for debugging purposes.

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