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Can you provide a link where we can see this ?

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Michael,I'll look into this. -Rudi

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Is there a url we can see to test ?

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DTM does not require you to use a Data Layer or put extra scripting in that data layer to track events. Be sure to check out the help docs at https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/

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I've added a screenshot here. In an event based rule you set the event to "click" and then the tag to "a" with the innerText attribute of the "Get the Map". Then you would put the 3rd party JS in the section down below in the rule.

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you could check the innerHTML value. or inner text to search for "Get the map"

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Josh,This is a great idea to have the ability to add comments. I will see if we can get this added to the Developer Connection for DTM. -Rudi

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You would either use the 'element exists' or 'enters viewport' like to mentioned, or take advantage of our Direct Call Rules.-Rudi

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Ed,I have submitted this request to the product team.-Rudi

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Re: Dynamic Tag Manager (DTM) - Appmesaurment custom code section (No Customize page Code) + Module codes on UI
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Julia,The heartbeat modules and the others should work fine with this new deployment method. Do you have a site/DTM property that we can look at? -Rudi

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Michael,You can use a direct call rule to control the timing of the load order of specific events like this._satellite.track(ruleConditionValue);For more information on Direct Call rules see this section in the help docs. https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/rules.html

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You can do this by using the DTM browser plugin that allows you to pull in the staging library for just your browser: http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/marketing-cloud-forum/adobe-marketing-cloud.topic.html/forum__lkzf-_dtm_switchdt.html

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Sanmeet, What is the use case you are trying to solve here with this? -Rudi

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You can convert the pixel to plain js, no HTML markup.The set vars like this. foo1 = _satellite.getVar('DataElement Name1'); then you can put the variables foo1, foo2, etc... in the pixel.

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Steve,Is there a link where we can see this happening?-Rudi

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Ed,I wanted to let you know incase you have not seen it yet, but DTM now supports Universal Analytics in a native integration. -Rudi

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Joanna,There is not a one size fits all answer here. Based on other cases we have seen it is not a huge ordeal to do this. There are many features within DTM that let you handle the migration into DTM. The new integrations and the core services layer that includes the master marketing profile and the ease of maintaining all of your tracking in one system will far outweigh the process of the migration.For more details, reach out to your account manager to setup a call to discuss this further.-Rud...

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Thanks for posting the solution that you found.

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This sounds like you are talking about a single page application that uses ajax or something like that. The best method for handling this would be the use of a Direct Call rule. You build the rule like any other in DTM, but the name you give it becomes a parameter in a function call. _satellite.track('Direct Call Rule Name Here'). You will need this function call embedded into the call on the page that controls the loading of new content. -Rudi

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Sanmeet, I took a look at your account and you have two instances of Adobe Analytics activated. In the event based rule you have it set to send data to both instances. This would cause the double counting that you are seeing. -Rudi

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Craig,I understand your frustration. Please note that DTM was indeed developed to allow you to not have the developers as involved in the process as before, but not in the way you are hoping. The feature you are looking for is not there intentionally as it is for the security of the site. We do not want any mechanism to be in place that would force the switch of the code without the direct intent of the site owners.

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Craig,You cannot simply move the property. You would need to 1) create a new property in the new company2) make sure you have access to both accounts3) copy the rules from old property to new one.You will still have some setup and configuration to move, but you can copy over most of the items. -Rudi

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Riayz,The "Page code is already present" is behaving as expected. This does not do any sort of code detection to see if you have legacy code, as it is taking your direction in selecting the box. You can add any sort of event based rule that sends a s.tl() call. If you need some sort of detection that will evaluate on every page if there is legacy code and then act accordingly then you can put that in one of the custom code sections.-Rudi

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Can you elaborate on the exact scenario that you have seen that would help us to try and replicate this? -Rudi

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Sounds like trouble with how the embed code is placed on the site. Is there a URL you can share so we can see?-Rudi

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Yes.  And you need to deselect the "Page code present" option as well. 

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Erin Glover wrote... I had the same problem. The bottom line is that until the s_code (or app Measurement) file has been moved into the DTM, page load rules won't work. I would guess that in the Adobe Analytics tool setup, if you have the 'Page code is already present' check box selected. I was told that DTM relies on the existing page level Adobe Analytics implementation for the delivery of the core Adobe Analytics code and the s.t() beacon activation. When the check box is selected, DTM will o...

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When you check "Page code is already present" that tells DTM to not do any page load rules or s.t() calls. This approach is for the event based rules as you described.

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Ken,Sorry for the delay in response here. I am surprised that _satellite.getVar('CurrencyType') did not get the value for you. I'll send this to the product team to make them aware. -Rudi

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Craig,When you create a Data Element that is pulling in a JS Object like you are attempting do to, you have to provide the name of that object in the "Path" form field. That is where you would reference the JS variable on the page. Also I would not name the Data Element the same thing as the JS object to help make it crystal clear what item you are trying to reference. For more information on Data Elements, please consult the help guide: https://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/dtm/#Data_Ele...

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