I do have the same issues on custom event calls. Solved it by a helper
function, which sets all global variables on events. I once define the
global variables in this function, and then call it in the AA Set
Variables component (on every rule) in custom code and works perfectly.
But yes, this should be handled without custom code.
Hi MohanAs I use the Lookup Table Extension, it is possible to trigger
it on link click, but the listener is on a datalayer variable. So if you
generate a link click and store a event variable in the datalayer e.g.
digitalData.event it will then be triggered, but I guess there will be
some timing issues as if you click on the page, it will redirect you, so
I do not recommend to use my solution on link clicks. The Custom Code is
default gtag template, only modified the "sent_to" part.Best Regards...
Hi I do it by Custom Code and run it globally. As if you may have much
of DC's you have to config a lot. My solutions works with the lookup
table extension. So I do a lookup on e.g. an URL or pagename or what
ever you want to send your DC Tags. The output is then your DC config
(activites,groups). Then I created a rule on DOM Ready with Custom Code
Action:and then get the output of the DC Settings by
_satellite.getVar('campaign_test'). So you can run this rule on every
page (1 rule overall), and...
After some investigations, evars persist along ECID value (visitor
identification). If the ECID or mid parameter is the same across
properties for the same user than the evar will persist and be
attributed to the same user. So just making sure that every property is
using the ECID Service in Launch.
Scenario: There is a Global Event Tracker as a rule in place, which
provides an event listener on data-attributes. Every Element on a page
(mail link, phone link, offsite, cta button) is tagged by this
data-attribute. By now, I have Custom Code in place, which sets the
success events based on the event_category. So for every event_category
I want to use a different success event. And the goal should not be to
add for different event_categories different rules. So we should have an
extension or e...
The case is that eVars are very powerful, as they persist along e.g. a
session. So if a User does a conversion event, I can analyse which eVars
(e.g. searchterm, event actions, productviews) happend in the same
session and gave credit to the success event. As the conversion is on
another property, these powerful features are not available per default,
as the persistence is not there along different properties.
Hi allWe do have a launch setup which includes different properties e.g.
a property for the corporate page, a property for some calculators which
drives conversions. Is it possible that eVars persist through different
properties? Example:I persist a searchterm on property 1 and the
conversion is made in property 2. Is it possible to do a analysis which
searchterm drives the most conversion events? We do have a ONESUITE in
AA, where it all comes together, but I assume as soon as the property
It would be great to create like a MASTER Property (like a library)
where rules and extensions can be committed to other properties. So the
Properties can easily inherit the rules and extensions from the MASTER.
If a new property is created you can then link it to the master and it
gets all the data-elements, rules and and and. Would be extremely
helpful, otherwise we have to create each Pageload rule again and again.
I know it is possible to copy rules from property to property but an