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‎10-12-2019
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Re: How to ignore a custom link server call from Bounce Rate calculation like Google Analytics does?
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This works for "bounce rate", but not if you are looking at bounce rate for other associated things, like marketing channel or eVars. If the non-interactive event fires BEFORE the pageview -- which happens to us about 20% of the time -- the Entry is lost to the page. That causes Entries to not be counted, and can lead to "bounce rates" (single access rates) of greater than 100%.In 2019, we still need a non-interactive event.

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Re: Adobe Debugger broken for 'post' methods
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I know this issue is a bit old, but I just discovered DataSlayer, a Chrome Plugin that works in the Chrome Developer Tools console (It shows up as another option at the top, along with Console and Network...). It can parse out the pixel parameters for both POST and GET requests, and also shows cookie and data layer values.

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Re: DTM: All links tracking as external
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Hi Deep,When you view one of your pages, have you looked at what is being set in s.linkInternalFilters? You can look at the value in the console and see if the link's domain is missing. See if it is the same as what's in your s_code, or if the DTM version is overwriting it. (That's what was happening to me.)Looking at what it is set fr s.linkInternalFilters might help figure out where the problem is.

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Re: New Analytics Menu Design Flaws
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OMG, I have the same problem. SO annoying. I'm using FF46. Checked in Chrome 50 and it does not exhibit this behavior. The menus disappear properly when you mouse off.

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Re: Delay the Adobe Analytics call (after AJAX data is returned)
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I just wanted to add my two cents: This method worked for me as well. I did not have two server calls as Chad did. Thanks for this answer Alexis!!

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Event-Based Rule: Element Exists
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Does anyone have any advice on the event-based rule using "element exists"? I cannot get my rule to fire. If I change the event type to mouseover, it fires no problem -- so the selector is obviously correct.

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Re: DTM: All links tracking as external
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Thanks, Anna! That is exactly what I ended up doing before anyone replied. That did the trick.I removed all code for the Link Tracking Config in the basic s_code I am using, and set them using the settings instead. Worked like a charm.Perhaps I'll do a bit of testing to see what happens if I have conflicting info in the settings versus the s_code. But considering the s_code settings were not doing anything, I'm not sure there will be a conflict for me.

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DTM: All links tracking as external
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I am very new to DTM and am working on implementing Adobe Analytics in our staging environment. I am using just the base s_code, and am building things up a little at a time. I have some basic evars and props working fine, but I am currently having a problem where all internal links are being detected as external (everything is lnk_e), even though the subdomain is identical from link to link.I have "Track Outbound Links" checked in the Link Tracking tab, but nothing in the "Always Track" box. Do...

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Re: DTM: Suppress Adobe Analytics
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That is GREAT!  Thanks for the quick reply.  Worked like a charm!

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DTM: Suppress Adobe Analytics
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In DTM, I need to keep Adobe Analytics from firing on a particular page, but I still need the DTM code on the page. How do you do that? For individual pageload rules, you can tick "Don't load Google Analytics on these pages," but that is not an option for Adobe Analytics. Anyone have an idea of how to do it?

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DTM: Exclusion condition
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Unlike a number of other tag management systems, DTM only has "inclusion" conditions unless you jump through hoops and develop custom conditions or use some funky regex. Creating a "NOT" condition is a bit problematic. What method have people found as the best way to EXCLUDE specific pages for certain rules. I have code I need to fire on every page but 1. (And if I start getting into excluding from 2 or 3 pages, it becomes even more fun!)Why doesn't DTM have a simple "exclude" option for conditi...

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Re: Crawling a Site for Adobe Analytics Implementation
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Observepoint is a good option, but pricey. What about WASP.crawler? I'm just starting to experiment with it myself.

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Re: DTM: Custom Condition
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Well, I thought I had already tried this option and it hadn't worked...but now it is!You need to put the full "if" in there and return true, not just a simple statement that evaluates as true.Thanks!!

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DTM: Custom Condition
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I can't find any documentation about custom conditions ANYWHERE (typical!), other than the question mark in the setup ("Enter a script that must evaluate true/false to control whether this rule executes."). What exactly does the format of this have to be? I have the following entered:document.getElementsByClassName('errorMessageContainer').length!=0This evaluates to TRUE, but the rule is not firing. Does this need to include something else? I've tried various other ways and can't get anything to...

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Re: DTM: Google Analytics Tool
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Great points. I may give your approach a try. The JS code really wouldn't be complicated.Thanks!

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Re: DTM: Google Analytics Tool
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Thanks, @Mike Miller. I did actually set it up easily, creating individual page load rules for each GA account I needed -- using domain-based conditions. I didn't need to write any JS to set the account dynamically.You do have to create separate rules for your different environments (production and stage), if you have a staging GA account.

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Re: DTM: Google Analytics Tool
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Wow, no answers?Vennouem Vennouem, I ended up turning off the Google Analytics Tool and creating individual page load rules for each account -- entering the JS code provided by Google Analytics in the JavaScript/Third Party Tags area (don't include the and tags). You have to create a separate rule for each domain/GA account. The bummer with this is that you will have to create separate rules for your staging and productions environments for each domain, creating a subdomain criteria (or something e...

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DTM: Google Analytics Tool
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I have created a property that includes multiple domains, because I need a single set-up for Adobe Analytics. My question is, can I use the Google Analytics "tool" if I need the different domains to go into different GA accounts? It seems that you can't tell the tool exactly which domain to fire on, and it will only use one account.Am I not seeing something, or is the best workaround for this shortcoming to create domain-driven page load rules and just loading the code provided by Google?

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Re: Trouble using Firefox?
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I have seen this as well -- when I have Charles Debugging Proxy running. This is a new error for me, as it has never been a problem in the past. But when I close Charles, everything works fine.I have been having significant problems lately in Charles with https and FF. Since the latest versions of FF, I can't get the SSL proxying to work correctly and sometimes sites won't even load properly. I am not having any problems with Charles in Chrome or IE.Do you have a debugger of some sort running?

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DTM: Improve Users and Permissions mangement
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Right now, once you add a user, you cannot edit them. You can't even see what property they are assigned to or what type of permission they have (unelss they are marked as admin). Right now, you only see who invited them (not so useful) and can only revoke their permissions and re-create them as a user.

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DTM popups for smaller screens
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DTM popup windows should properly size themselves for the screen resolution or window size of the user. Just include scroll bars or something! There are several popups when editing things (like the Regex checker and when editing JavaScript/Third Party Tags in a rule), and the popup window goes off the bottom of the screen for smaller screens -- meaning you can't reach the save button. You should not have to hook your laptop up to a larger screen just to save your work.

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