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‎04-03-2020
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Re: "getPercentPageViewed" doesn't work? AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Can you elaborate on what you mean that it doesn't work at all? Do you see errors when you look at the developer console, and have you confirmed that a value is set for s.pageName?To enable the traffic variables in your reporting, follow these instructions
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Re: Specify report suite with a data element AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Yes, it is that simple! Instead of writing a lot of custom code, you can leverage the Adobe Analytics extension by setting the report suites for each environment using data elements. You reference the value (which should be a string) from the data element by wrapping the data element name in %'s. See below:
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Re: logging with a data element (custom js) AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Your data element needs to be called from somewhere, such as a rule or extension, in order to output the message. This is why you don't see anything automatically when you load a page even though there is nothing syntactically wrong with your code. As this guide explains, a data element's value will attempt to be reset any time it is called: https://jimalytics.com/tag-management/adobe-launch-data-elements-guide/ Also, If you must to log messages to the console, it is recommended to always use th...
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Re: How to revert changes AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
You can add or remove resources, and toggle between revisions of those resources as long as you are working with a library in Development. If your library has been moved out of Dev, you'd have to first reject it from its current environment and move it back into Dev which will enable you to make changes again. This is meant as a way to help streamline the publish workflow, but it has some major inconveniences. However, it sounds like Adobe is making improvements to this and they're working on a ...
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Re: Launch Publishing Workflow: Developing within a release cycle ? AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
Alandy_Iceboats​ Multiple libraries can exist in Dev status but they cannot share the same embed codes, so in this case you'd need to create a new environment. You can do this by going to the Environments tab and selecting "Add Environment".The new environment will have its own unique embed code, allowing you to test only your newest changes and keep them separate from the rejected library. It sounds like your team's workflow would not permit merging your newest changes into the rejected library...
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Re: Launch: Must Have/Recommended Extensions AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
SDI Toolkit is an extension I use that provides some really useful data element and rule UI helpers. Some features I use often: - Data Element Translator: a lookup table to dynamically map data element values to new values. Great for a wide variety of scenarios. - Malformed URL: detects errors in URLs to help you maintain integrity of campaign tracking -Set / Remove cookies or storage items. https://www.searchdiscovery.com/solutions/partners/adobe/adobe-launch/sdi-toolkit/Time and Scroll Event -...
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Re: Mobile Property for Adobe Launch AnalyticsAlice - Adobe Experience Platform Launch
I think you may be looking for Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKsThis page of the documentation contains a helpful breakdown of Launch data elements and rules in the context of a mobile property. Rules Engine - Adobe Experience Platform Mobile SDKs I hope this is helpful!
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Re: Condition based on data-target selector? AnalyticsAlice - Dynamic Tag Management
Hi richm, The basic selector you'd need to broadly target all links with data-target="#accessories":a[data-target='#accessories']If there are other links on the page using that data-attribute and you want to exclude them from your rule, you can leverage the parent div with ID #recommendations and other classes assigned to parent elements to make the selector more specific to that section, for example: div#recommendations ul li a[data-target='#accessories']
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Re: Uncaught TypeError: jQuery is not a function AnalyticsAlice - Dynamic Tag Management
Hi there. What happens if you run JQuery on its own in the console? Have you checked that the jQuery script is loaded correctly in your page HTML?
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Re: DTM Debugger Tagtician AnalyticsAlice - Dynamic Tag Management
Hi Sundhara, First, which version of Chrome are you using?Can you verify that you're able to see the Tagtician extension loaded in your developer console? In other words, is Tagtician there but the rules are not loading? Are you seeing the beacons fire when you check for them in your Network tab? If you are seeing beacons firing and you just aren't seeing the rules fire, check that you don't have any other extensions installed that could be blocking Tagtician. Thanks,Alice
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