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  • In DTM, I need to keep Adobe Analytics from firing on a particular page, but I still need the DTM code on the page.  How do you do that? For individual pageload rules, you can tick "Don't load Google Analytics on these pages," but that is not an option for Adobe Analytics.  Anyone have an idea of ho...

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  • Unlike a number of other tag management systems, DTM only has "inclusion" conditions unless you jump through hoops and develop custom conditions or use some funky regex. Creating a "NOT" condition is a bit problematic. What method have people found as the best way to EXCLUDE specific pages for certa...

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  • Observepoint is a good option, but pricey.  What about WASP.crawler?  I'm just starting to experiment with it myself.

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  • Well, I thought I had already tried this option and it hadn't worked...but now it is!You need to put the full "if" in there and return true, not just a simple statement that evaluates as true.Thanks!!

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  • I can't find any documentation about custom conditions ANYWHERE (typical!), other than the question mark in the setup ("Enter a script that must evaluate true/false to control whether this rule executes.").  What exactly does the format of this have to be?  I have the following entered:document.getE...

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  • Great points. I may give your approach a try. The JS code really wouldn't be complicated.Thanks!

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  • Thanks, @Mike Miller.  I did actually set it up easily, creating individual page load rules for each GA account I needed -- using domain-based conditions.  I didn't need to write any JS to set the account dynamically.You do have to create separate rules for your different environments (production an...

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  • Wow, no answers?Vennouem Vennouem, I ended up turning off the Google Analytics Tool and creating individual page load rules for each account -- entering the JS code provided by Google Analytics in the JavaScript/Third Party Tags area (don't include the <script> and </script> tags). You have to creat...

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  • I have created a property that includes multiple domains, because I need a single set-up for Adobe Analytics.  My question is, can I use the Google Analytics "tool" if I need the different domains to go into different GA accounts? It seems that you can't tell the tool exactly which domain to fire on...

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  • I have seen this as well -- when I have Charles Debugging Proxy running.  This is a new error for me, as it has never been a problem in the past.  But when I close Charles, everything works fine.I have been having significant problems lately in Charles with https and FF.  Since the latest versions o...

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