Yes, completely separate from using or not using Adobe Launch, you
should be able to see your data layer in the console. For example, if
your data layer is located at window.digitalData you can see a formatted
output of it by typing JSON.stringify(window.digitalData); in the
console. For other debugging you can also use the Adobe Experience Cloud
Debugger - Chrome Web Store extension for Chrome.Good luck!-Philp.s.
Even though I mistyped Rudi's last name (it's Shumpert), don't forget to
mark my a...
Use the "Adobe ContextHub" Launch Extension with "Customized ContextHub
Data layer" selected. Paste in your schema and save. When you create new
data elements that use the Adobe ContextHub Extension you are presented
a "Data Item" drop down list of the items listed in your data layer
schema.Rudi Shumper walks through it in this Launch, by Adobe - Demo
(Updated) 3/1/18 - YouTube starting at 11:00.
I agree. Also, please add the option for IdP initiated SSO. Adding IdP
initiated SSO would remove the step required in SP initiated SSO where
Adobe needs to determine which companies/clients SSO to use.
I considered that. The "max allowed monthly unique eVar values" is
another reason that particular suggestion was for the Domains report.
This is my least desired suggestion anyway because Adobe Analytics
customers likely either do not have the skills or time for it. My
primary suggestion is that Adobe improve/replace the Domain data they
currently get along with the Geolocation data from Digital Envoy. (I'm
not suggesting they improve/replace the Geolocation data they also get
from Digital Envoy...
Our research is similar, with over 20% listed as "None" in the Domains
report. This has significant impact on segments that use "Domains", and
it's not just because over 20% of the Domains report consistently
contains "None". It's the fact that over a given timespan some IP
address have multiple "domain" values, primarily "None" and the ISP
domain. And we all know how "Some, but not all, data" is often worse
than "No data", and here "Some data" means "Just enough data to see a