since ‎18-01-2017
‎11-02-2021
Jason_Egan
Level 3
Re: Workspace: Variable Attribution/Expiration - Status changed to: Archived
Avatar

jantzen_belliston-Adobe

Community Manager

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
- Adobe Analytics

Views

42

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: Expand s.purchaseID past 20 characters - Status changed to: Archived
Avatar

jantzen_belliston-Adobe

Community Manager

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
- Adobe Analytics

Views

81

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: _satellite.setCookie(cookiename, value, days)
Avatar

Jason_Egan

Jason_Egan
- Dynamic Tag Management
I know that this is a bit of an old post, but in case anyone searches for this and finds this post, it's worth noting that the _satellite.setCooke/readCooke/deleteCookie functions are not supported in Adobe Launch. So, you will run into problems when migrating there if you use these functions.

Views

3.3K

Likes

7

Replies

0
Re: DTM: How to set Currency Event in Event Based Rules? Any Examples would be of great help ..!!
Avatar

devinderbanga

devinderbanga
- Dynamic Tag Management
Hiplease use supported variable to set currency https://marketing.adobe.com/resources/help/en_US/dtm/rules_event.html RegardsDevinder

Views

1.4K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: DTM not capturing variables set on page
Avatar

Jason_Egan

Jason_Egan
- Dynamic Tag Management
No problem, Chad. More often than not when a site is transitioning, you have valuable data on the page that you still want. In those cases, my first recommendation is to change the vars as I mentioned. If that's too difficult, I'd recommend changing the object in DTM to something other than "s" while ensuring that your vars on the page still have s defined so that they don't error out, and then set those as data elements in DTM and assign as needed in your rules.- Jason

Views

1.8K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: DTM implementation on a single page (AngularJS) site.
Avatar

Jason_Egan

Jason_Egan
- Dynamic Tag Management
Paul,What you want to do is use direct call rules. So when a view changes, you'd set something like this:_satellite.setVar({ "page name":"[value for page name]", "site section":"[value for site section]"});_satellite.track('angular page view')Then you can just create a direct call rule for the condition of "angular page view" and set the page name and channel (as an example here) in that rule.- Jason

Views

1.7K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: Create Data Warehouse Request from Analysis
Avatar

BenjaminGaines

Employee

BenjaminGaines
- Adobe Analytics
Great feature request, Jason. This is exactly the sort of cross-tool integration we'd like to do. We'll keep an eye on this idea for "hearts" and comments.

Views

4.0K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: DTM: Has Anyone had ANY Successful Experience having two Report Suites in one Web Property ?
Avatar

Jason_Egan

Jason_Egan
- Adobe Analytics
I don't know that I'd try this. Sure, you could update s.account in the custom code of a rule, but how might that interact with other page load/event rules that might conflict or that you want to go to diff suites? It would likely turn into a nightmare to manage in the long-term even if you could pull it off.

Views

1.7K

Likes

0

Replies

0
Re: DTM not capturing variables set on page
Avatar

Jason_Egan

Jason_Egan
- Adobe Analytics
No problem, Chad. More often than not when a site is transitioning, you have valuable data on the page that you still want. In those cases, my first recommendation is to change the vars as I mentioned. If that's too difficult, I'd recommend changing the object in DTM to something other than "s" while ensuring that your vars on the page still have s defined so that they don't error out, and then set those as data elements in DTM and assign as needed in your rules.- Jason

Views

1.9K

Like

1

Replies

0
Re: Setting pagename to path in DTM
Avatar

Jeff__Chasin

Employee

Jeff__Chasin
- Adobe Analytics
Sorry, for the console you need `console.log` instead of return. The "return" statements are for the Data Element or Rule Condition.So, your Data Element or Rule Condition would look like:if(document.location.pathname) { return document.location.pathname; } else { return ''; }The code above should return the value of the path, like "/products/shoes/air-jordans/" or whatever.To do a quick check in the console with any Web page in your browser, you can either type `document.location.pathname`, or ...

Views

1.6K

Likes

0

Replies

0