The online help and documentation doesn't necessarily link to it very
well, but you should probably start here:Adobe Launch Official
Documentation - Getting Started Video
Serieshttps://docs.adobelaunch.com/getting-started/videos Upon going
through those videos, you will have a bit more of a grasp on the overall
pieces and initial setup tasks. For further demos and walkthroughs, I
would recommend watching one of the past recorded sessions posted
here:Adobe Launch: Ask the Expert Series - Recorded...
We are also hoping for this feature/option to turn off activitymap
without having to supply custom library code. Even though you don't get
a server call, activitymap still continues to populate the context-data
that is sent on following calls - which is not acceptable.
Yes, I think that approach would work. Some users are likely to have
"clean templates" created, and others would simply use an existing
property, then edit the resulting copy into what they need. This
approach would work for both needs in the same manner.
It's nice to see the title of the library and timestamp of when it was
published, but it would add a lot of value to have a free-form text
field that can be updated along with that library.There have been idea
requests in the past asking for a 'notes' section for everything that
can be updated/saved, such as revisions for data element, rules,
extensions... But that could get out of hand since a new revision is
created every time you hit save. Within the platform, you could link to
Same here - trying to re-build the library this-morning, even without
changes, resulted in a failed build.I went on the wild chase to find out
why, but it wasn't until I checked the audit log that i realized there
wasn't any meaningful update prior to the failure. All I did was resave
and build from looking at a data element.