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‎10-12-2019
craigdscribner
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Re: Woah, did the API Explorer just go wonky? craigdscribner - Adobe Analytics
Adobe's team advised me to clear my cache, and that worked. Now I see all of the Methods I need.Thanks!
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Woah, did the API Explorer just go wonky? craigdscribner - Adobe Analytics
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 somebody confirm? I've tried it on two different computers, and an hour ago it was all working.-Craig
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Re: DTM: Element Exists Trigger doesn't always fire rule craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 to do, and I'm so grateful for you turning me onto it. I even wrote a blog post about that switch, and why I'll never go back to Event-Based rules in any TMS. There's a shout-out to you in it (I didn't...
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Re: DTM: Element Exists Trigger doesn't always fire rule craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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* by what the user does (clicks, hovers, etc), but rather by what my site is showing the user. So much of the experience changes dynamically on the pages that the URL is no good to me. I've been using a...
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Re: DTM: Element Exists Trigger doesn't always fire rule craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 now is hard-coding the s.tl() function right inside the custom javascript of DTM, which is the opposite direction I wanted to go.)Feel free to give me a call, and I can walk you through it. Search...
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Re: DTM: Element Exists Trigger doesn't always fire rule craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 it's detected, and then when it's detected again, it does not happen.
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DTM: Element Exists Trigger doesn't always fire rule craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 Bubbling options I can think of.Take a look at my console notifications:[img]element-exists-only-fires-rule-once.gif[/img]The part highlighted in Red is the part I want to fire each time. See how the same...
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Re: DTM: SATELLITE: Error - Failed to load script craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 that's true of the 3rd Party Javascript tools section at the bottom of every Rule. And this happens to me usually when I'm putting JS in that section when there was nothing there before. So I think that maybe I've been trying to test a page that is relying on a new JS file that DTM is still putti...
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DTM: SATELLITE: Error - Failed to load script craigdscribner - Dynamic Tag Management
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 in question is not my dtm JS library. It's a sub library that DTM created for one of my rules that contains custom javascript.Why is DTM failing to load its own library, and why in the world would tha...
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