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‎12-11-2020
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Re: How actionable is the information given by an Auditor scan?
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We are in the process of updating the Analytics test to look for the latest version of AppMeasurement. We are also improving the test feedback to break out the different versions found, if any. The DTM help doc link has been fixed. Thanks for the feedback! These items will all be addressed soon!

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Re: Does Auditor use the same IP ranges as Observepoint?
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@andreis65119307 There is a link from the Auditor FAQ help documentation to a page on ObservePoint's website about IP addresses: https://help.observepoint.com/articles/2312494-observepoint-whitelisting-and-proxy-list

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Re: DTM - Configure Analytics in DTM - set s.purchaseID?
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Hard to say for sure without looking at your code, but you'll probably want to set up that JavaScript variable as a Data Element in DTM. JS Object is a built-in option, so you can simply enter the path for that variable. Once that is saved, you can reference the Data Element in custom script (you were entering it in the right place). For example:s.purchaseID = _satellite.getVar('name of your data element');Right after that custom code, you may also want to use _satellite.notify('custom script fi...

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Re: DTM - Rule Conditions
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Be sure you're only entering the path and not the full domain. You could use the regex option to be sure your condition is as specific as possible.Also, take advantage of the debug messages you can turn on in your developer console using _satellite.setDebug(true)Those messages will help you confirm what rules are firing via DTM, which is helpful in conjunction with your other tools like Firebug.

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Re: Dynamic Tag Manager
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Also, to use a Data Element in a custom code section, you can use _satellite.getVar('data_element_name')For example:s.products = _satellite.getVar('data_element_name');

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Re: DTM Sequential vs Non-Sequential JS Scripts
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Generally, yes. For more details, see the information on "Load Order" here: https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/load_order.html

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DTM Sequential vs Non-Sequential JS Scripts
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Does "non-sequential" and "sequential" JS mean the same as “asynchronous” and “synchronous” (respectively)?

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Re: Adobe Dynamic Tag Manger Doubts
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Additional details on the EU compliance option have been added to this page: http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/dtm/index.html#Adobe_AnalyticsRegarding the tag scheduling option, in an upcoming release we will allow all DTM admins to activate this feature. For now, only Adobe administrators can activate it. If you'd like it activated right away, feel free to tell your account manager that you need a super admin to activate Scheduling for you.

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Re: Data Elements timing in DTM
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Data Elements are “use it or lose it”. If you define a Data Element in the UI but never use it in any rule, it will never be populated. When you call a Data Element in a rule, DTM then looks for your definition of that Data Element, and THEN populates it.

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Data Elements timing in DTM
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Are data elements processed based on the tags using them or are they processed at a specific time on the page? For example, a data element using custom JS is configured to pull a text value from an HTML tag that isn’t available until the middle of the tag. If I have a tag that fires in the head and another that fires in at the closing body, will the header tag not include that data element but the footer tag would?

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Re: Dynamic Tag Manager
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You can type % into the field where you would like to use the Data Element. You will see a drop-down list appear with the data elements you've created. Select the one you want (or keep typing to narrow down the list). You'll see that the data element is referenced in between percent signs. Now, when the rule fires, that value will be dynamically populated based on your definition of the Data Element.

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Re: DTM Troubleshooting Help
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There is likely a problem in between DTM and the report suite. In Digital Pulse, you’re seeing the beacon as it’s leaving the page, so if the tag looks correct there, something else must be blocking the data from showing up properly in the reports.To be sure, check more than one debugging tool and turn on DTM debug mode in your developer console. Enter _satellite.setDebug(true); in the console to turn on this feature.Another useful debugging tool: _satellite.notify(‘console string you want to di...

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DTM Troubleshooting Help
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Where do we look when data is not populating the report suite, but we see calls going out in Digital pulse? Could there be an issue with the JS file?

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Re: DTM 403 "Forbidden" Error
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This error indicates that you must insert your s_code within the Analytics tool settings in DTM. Within the Analytics settings, click on "General" and then "Open Editor". Paste your s_code here and save changes. You'll need to publish the property to see this change in your production library, but it will be reflected in your staging library immediately.

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DTM 403 "Forbidden" Error
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While hosting the JS via Amazon, we're getting a 403 "forbidden" error on our JS file — so SiteCatalyst via DTM is not working on our site. Any idea what could be causing this?

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Re: DTM: the amount of events in SiteCatalyst is wrong?
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This fix was deployed yesterday. You can see the release notes here: https://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/dtm/#Whats_New

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Re: DTM: How to save 404 errors to pagename, eVar etc.
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Have you used the DTM debug mode to verify that your rule is actually firing? If the rule is not firing at all, something within the Conditions section is incorrect. If the rule is firing and your tag is not, then you'll want to double-check your custom code.You can enter _satellite.debug(true); into your developer console to turn on debug messages.

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Re: DTM: How to save 404 errors to pagename, eVar etc.
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That should work if the path for your 404 image contains "404.jpg". Here is a reference on selectors so you can be sure you're using the correct syntax: http://www.w3schools.com/cssref/css_selectors.asp

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Re: DTM: How to save 404 errors to pagename, eVar etc.
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Yes, you could write some custom script in the Conditions > Criteria > Custom Code section and return true only if you detect the 404 http status code. If you can standardize the page in someway to have a consistent identifier, like a query string parameter or javascript object that reflects the http status code, you could use that in a Data Element and look for that in your Conditions. If the 404 image on the page was consistent, you could use "element exists" criteria and use a CSS selector to...

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Re: DTM: How to save 404 errors to pagename, eVar etc.
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To track pages like this, you would want to make sure you have DTM code embedded on your 404 error page. Then create a DTM page load rule based on a unique identifier for this page type. For example, if the URL contains "404error", then use the Path criteria in your Condition and set "404error" in the value field. Then in the Adobe Analytics section of the rule, you can set your eVar5 in the UI. You should not set the pageName as errorType, because error pages are tracked in a separate variable ...

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Re: Tracking nav in DTM
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Rover is currently in the shop and will be re-released at a date yet to be determined. Stay tuned!

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Re: DTM: Starter guide and tips needed for data layer elements
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Jim, Maybe try to get the value of "other" with the innerHTML or innerText attribute? Or try the HTML attribute from the drop-down?

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Re: DTM: Starter guide and tips needed for data layer elements
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You can find some more detailed information on Data Elements here: http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/dtm/#Data_ElementsYou can also monitor this page as we continue to update documentation: http://microsite.omniture.com/t2/help/en_US/dtm/#Documentation_Updates

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Re: DTM: Starter guide and tips needed for data layer elements
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Thanks for the feedback! We are actively working on adding Data Elements documentation, since it is a very powerful feature and can make your implementations much more efficient. This content will appear soon in the Help documents and I will give you an update here when it is available. In the meantime, continue to post your questions here in the forum and the team will help you as best we can!

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Re: Setting dynamic data in DTM
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You can use the %var% syntax to include Javascript variables. First setup a Data Element in DTM. Then you can insert the name of your Data Element between percent signs in a rule or your Analytics setup and DTM will dynamically populate the value. You have several ways to define a Data Element, one of which is a JS object.

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Setting dynamic data in DTM
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Within the Rules or Global Variables, can you set eVars etc. only to a string or can you set it to a JS variable or something?

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