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Cleve_Young
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  • 31-05-2017
    For a particular server call we are manually constructing the image request string. Have a couple questions on the query parameters."t" - this is supposed to be a UNIX or ISO-8601 format timestamp. The calls I normally see have a format of "31/4/2017 7:34:30 3 240". Can I use a format of "2017-05-31...

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  • 23-02-2016
    One of the biggest concerns IT departments have in regards to DTM is the option to include custom JavaScript. This is a very valid concern as one line of bad code could potentially break the entire page, or inadvertantly interfere with important functions. Right now anybody with User access can incl...

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  • 16-12-2015
    You can also try the free DTM plugin developed by Adam Haining. It opens up a separate window with a full easy to read list of all of the rules, data elements, and _satellite.notify() comments. It gives you a complete list of all of the Properties Data Elements, the value for each if one is set, as ...

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  • 15-10-2015
    DTM fires the s.t() call by default when you use the Analytics tool. So check to make sure you are not still firing the s.t() call separately within the page code. There are definitely use cases where you would suppress that default s.t() call within the Analytics Tool, such as for an Angular applic...

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  • 15-10-2015
    The second server call you show looks to be a Download link, indicating Analytics thinks you are downloading a certain type of file. If this is the case, try going into the Analytics Tool>Link Tracking section and either un-checking "Track download links", or if you do have download links you want t...

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  • 15-10-2015
    I was guessing that your page may be using some form of Ajax to return the Search results, as that is fairly common. If so then you may be able to use $( document ).ajaxComplete(function(){}) to watch for that. I don't know if there is a specific code to watch for a datalayer value to change; as an ...

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  • 15-10-2015
    In some similar scenarios, which in our case used Ajax to make the search updates, I've used DTM to include some jQuery to watch for the Ajax Success/Complete event. When that happens and the correct criteria is met it fires a direct call rule. Ideally you would have the developers include that dire...

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  • 15-10-2015
    Assuming the DTM reference in the section isn't pointing to the staging rules, if you have the DTM Switch plugin installed make sure it is not set to Staging. I frequently forget to turn that off after previous testing.

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  • 15-10-2015
    In the sequential HTML you can pull in the Data Element value by wrapping the name with %%. Example:

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  • 15-10-2015
    Sometimes links activate so fast that the DTM rule never gets to finish, or other code firing on that link interferes with or cuts off the DTM code. One way I've used to identify that DTM is at least recognizing the click, but not being allowed to finish is to put a message in the Conditions section...

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