Picture for reference.It would be nice, not only did the analytics
solution stay to the forefront when toggling around, but even if it
collapses, when you come back to the active website tab, it should
reopen at the last click/page call, instead of going back to the
beginning of the session. Then you have to scroll and find where you
left off and if it collected the last action you took and debug if
everything is working as designed. It currently is a terrible experience
as I usually have my sit...
@danielv92670241 I'm referring to the extension Adobe Experience
Platform debugger. When too many columns are loaded in there, you need
to scroll horizontally by going to the bottom of the window. I'd like
the horizontal bar to always be visible, now matter how many rows are in
a column, so that I can follow through rows horizontally without the
need to go to the bottom of the window before I can scroll horizontally.
Hope that clarifies my request.
Over the last couple of years we have been busy reimagining the way we
do data collection at Adobe. These efforts have led to the creation of
several new tools that make up Adobe Experience Platform Data
Collection. All of these tools come together to deliver faster, simpler,
and more flexible data collection and distribution using Adobe’s
battle-tested global infrastructure. As client-side data collection
evolves, so are the tools we deliver to validate these implementations.
To focus our atten...
Thanks for that- that makes sense. I've come to expect data elements to
always (re)evaluate at the time my rules run, but it sounds like since
we're using the data element in a configuration component, the data
element will only evaluate when that extension configuration component
runs.So it's bigger than just the Adobe Analytics Extension- I'd imagine
many extensions that allow for dynamic data elements in the extension
configuration could have this same problem (it's just not that often
@adamHaxgart we just added this feature a couple weeks back when the new
Debugger went GA. To be able to use it you need to be signed into your
org on the Debugger and then when you go to the Target tab, under
Configuration you will the Target Trace toggle.
@gokula, when we add this feature, it will be done in a way that all
extension developers can take advantage of it, not just Adobe
extensions. We do encourage other extension developers to provide
release notes, and our product docs are open to them if they'd like to
provide extension release notes there. But so far, those extension
developers who do provide them, do so in their own locations and their