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Using ContextHub for Data Layer
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Hello, at my company, we are migrating all of our websites to AEM. With this migration, we have decided to tie in analytics using DTM configuration to AEM. Our previous setup used a custom data layer that was placed on the page for each setup. We would like to now use the ContextHub's data layer and schema for our new implementations.Can anyone tell me what the benefits/risks with using the ContextHub data layer vs. a Custom layer? Our goal is to really have less developer involvement what imple...

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AEM Integration with DTM - Getting Data Element Error
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Hi, I work for a company that has been using DTM for a couple of years. We have recently decided to use the ContextHub data layer within AEM instead of a custom solution outside of AEM. After configuring AEM to DTM and adding DTM as a tool at the site level, we are starting to add in Data Elements. We are currently getting the following error. TypeError - ContextHub.getItem is not a functionCan anyone help with this issue?

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