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Re: Have conditions independent of Rules - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 05-07-2018
I work around this by writing a "Custom Code" Data element, and use that data element as a condition. This creates a condition that can be reused. But yes, I think a "Conditions" feature could be nice so Conditions could be written in a simpler way.

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Re: Option to add //# sourceURL to Dev Environment - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 05-07-2018
Hi Thomas, The base Adobe Launch Library script can be formatted, but the custom rules applied to the page can't be. See this exampleNotice that even formatted, the code is inside a JSONSo I found a manual way to work on each file.I used the new overrides feature in Chrome and add //# sourceURL=rule1.js to the end of the stringAnd now you can see the script as a file in the debuggerIf Adobe Launch could add the option to add these to Dev builds, that would be so awesome! //# sourceURL=HASH1.js /...

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Option to add //# sourceURL to Dev Environment - Adobe Experience Platform Data Collection 03-07-2018
One challenge I have found with Adobe Launch is debugging custom rules. The custom code in Adobe Launch is put into JSON strings and evaluated resulting in the code not being available in Developer Tools for debugging.I found a feature in Chrome Dev Tools that allows a local override and a “SourceURL” to be set.If I modify the script file by adding something like this to the end. “//# sourceURL=someUniqueName.js”Then I can find “someUniqueName.js” in sources and browse the code and set breakpoin...

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