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‎27-02-2021
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Re: Friendly names not showing up when logged in
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anpotv2
- Adobe Experience Platform Debugger
When inspecting background.js - I see this error response from "https://api.omniture.com/admin/1.4/rest/?method=Company.GetReportSuites"{"error":"invalid_request","error_description":"The token provided is not valid for the requested company"} The request has this HeaderX-ADOBE-DMA-COMPANY: "Adobe Corp" Which is insane, as I don't have rights to Adobe CompI can create the same request in Postman with a new access token generated from console.adobe.io - and remove the above header, then I get a v...

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Friendly names not showing up when logged in
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anpotv2
- Adobe Experience Platform Debugger
Description -When I'm logged in, in the Debugger extension, I expect to see the eVars, props and events with their friendly name, instead of their number. This is not happening, even though I'm an admin.Why is this feature important to you -Ease of debugging.

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Re: Variable names in Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger
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anpotv2
- Adobe Experience Cloud
I experience the same. I have full admin rights, but I only see "eVar x", and no nameCan you or @Gigazelle please advise ?

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Re: Variable names in Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger
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- Adobe Experience Cloud
I experience the same. I have full admin rights, but I only see "eVar x", and no name

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Please don't inject &lt;script&gt; into the <html> tag [Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger Chrome extension]
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anpotv2
- Adobe Experience Cloud Core Services
The chrome extension injects a tag into the <html>, and not the <head> portion of the html. This is ugly, and makes other scripts that are initiated async also to be put in the <html> tag, because it detects it as the first script var firstScript = document.getElementsByTagName('script')[0];firstScript.parentNode.insertBefore(element, firstScript);

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