You have a few options:The AA-recommended way: every page has its own
defined pageName. So even if the URL or title changes, the pageName must
still stay the same. Biggest disadvantage: your developers will hate you
because they need to maintain that mapping all of the time. And if there
are new pages, they need to ask you for the pageNames, so you might also
end up hating yourself.The GA way: use the URL's path as the pageName.
This can be obtained easily in Launch, using the "URL" data element...
Ask your developers to add it. After the user has logged in, your
developers should be able to retrieve that user's ID from the CRM. They
can then set that in the data layer, normally in the next page that the
user views after logging in.
Dear Ankitha, Can you understand the reason for the question? Adobe
already announced the deprecation of Dynamic Tag Management (DTM). In
January 2021, Adobe will sunset Adobe Dynamic Tag Management (DTM),
which is being replaced by Adobe Launch. Here is a breakdown of the DTM
deadlines that could make your implementation obsolete:July 9, 2019
(already passed): Option to create new DTM properties no longer
available.October 14, 2020: All DTM properties become read-only.April
13, 2021: DTM server...