It looks like in the last hour a change was made to the API Explorer
page, and now the drop-downs don't work. Did you finally sunset v1.3?
because I don't see it there anymore, but try clicking in 1.4 the
Classifications API and then try to select a method. No drop-down list
appears for me.Can someb...
Mike, Thank you so much for pointing me to this. Let me tell you what
kind of trouble you just caused: I just completed the most hectic week
of my life, because we switched 180 degrees from an Event-Based Rule
implementation to a Direct Call Rule implementation. It was *absolutely*
the right thing t...
Mike, I wish I understood what the Direct Rules were for. I can't find
any documentation on it, or sufficient explanation of when or why it
should be used. Can you be my sensei? I would love to learn what you
know.The most important problem I'm facing from DTM is that I want to
trigger events *not* ...
The dev site in question is password-protected, so I'll have to let you
in personally if you want to take a look. It might take me a little
while to recreate the problem, since I had to find another way around,
but my preference would be to use a rule that DTM could fire reliably.
(The way I'm doing...
It did not help. That document is very generic, and the inconsistencies
it addresses are those where the code doesn't have time to fire (such as
when you're capturing data on a click). There is no click here, we're
just looking for the rule to fire when the element exists. It happens
the first time ...
Any idea why DTM won't fire more than once for me on the "Element
Exists" rule? There is a span element that pops up whenever I want this
rule to fire, and DTM's own notifications detects its existence, but for
some reason the rule won't fire after the first time.I've tried every
combination of Bubb...
This is actually something that happens a lot. I've learned that the
different sections of the Rules you create refer to their own
sub-library files that DTM generates dynamically. Well, at least I know
every Rule. And this happe...
I was told that if DTM encountered any errors, it would *not* stop the
site from working. This is a situation where some code I checked in to
DTM absolutely broke the site--and I'm pretty sure it's not even
something I did wrong. It's telling me that adobedtm failed to load a
script: but the script ...