At times there is a need to disable an extension. For example the
Facebook extension. It's easy enough to disable the extension, but that
doesn't at all do the trick. You have to then go into each rule/data
element that uses the extension and remove the condition/event that is
used by the extension. Instead it would be awesome if it just disabled
that one aspect of the rule or data element. Then upon re-enabling the
extension, everything that is used or defined by the extension gets
turned back ...
There's a setting to serialize events in the UI for Adobe Analytics.
Here's an example of one that is configured:However, when it sends, it
doesn't send it as being serialized, but assigns a value. Here's the
actual value sending after using this feature:This should
be:event87:153912397632718a16This needs to be fixed
I've found it unnecessarily difficult to delete anything in Launch.
Before I can delete anything, I must first disable it and ensure that
the disabled item is published to production. Once it has been published
to production, I can then go and delete it and push it through the
publishing process. I'd like to just delete it.
Can you also recommend to them to get rid of / deprecate s.products?
It's so....old, and not good anymore. It's sad to see Adobe Analytics
advancing in so many ways, but still stuck on this old stuff. Have a new
variable that is an array of objects. Heck, that thing can still
populate the products variable for all I care, but make it easier to set
values. They tease us with mention of the "productList" variable in
AppMeasurement, but it doesn't do anything.
The trick is that you'd need to use a data element to populate the
Google Analytics account ID, however it isn't possible in DTM (by
default). You could write a work around to allow DTM to use a data
element. Then you'd write some custom code in the data element to have
it return the correct account ID.Another option would be to add multiple
Google Analytics tools and in the custom code you can "return false" if
the domain doesn't match the correct URL. Not ideal, but it is a