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Re: DTM: How do I set s.products dynamically using DTM?
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Wow. Well, I figured it out - albeit in perhaps the most painful trial-and-error way possible. Turns out, the s.products variable must be in the Page Load Rule (PLR) for the page where my Event Based Rule (EBR) was firing. Once s.products was set in the PLR, I opened the EBR and added the following code using the Custom Page Code editor in the Adobe Analytics section. s.products=$(this).attr('data-userid') + ";" + $(this).attr('data-productid');For whatever reason, I was unable to use the _satel...

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Garry Przyklenk wrote... Maybe you're missing the single quotes around the data element names?Thank you Garry. I tried your suggestion. Unfortunately, I got the same result. The rule would fire, but the s.products variable would not appear. So, I dumbed it down a lot, by writing the following into the editor for Custom Page Code (within Adobe Analytics section):s.products="blorp";I figured this would prove that s.products was being passed into the Event Based Rule. It did not. So, it appears tha...

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salomePB wrote... s.products=_satellite.getVar('dataElementName');I am using the s.products variable in an Event Based Rule. When a user clicks on a particular link, the rule grabs the values of multiple html data attributes and assigns them to eVars and props.In the custom script box within the Adobe Analytics section, I have been unsuccessful in writing a script that inserts the values from two (2) of the data-attributes into the s.products variable. Here's what I've written:s=window.s s.produ...

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My company is a customer of Adobe Analytics. I don't work for Adobe. So, my suggestions are based on my experience as a customer.Access to Adobe Analytics and DTM is provided by an Adobe account manager. If your client already has a contract with Adobe, their account manager should be able to get the ball rolling. If not, you'll need to reach out to Adobe to get that whole process rolling. There appears to be contact information on this page:http://www.adobe.com/solutions/digital-analytics.htmlI...

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Okay, I accomplished this by selectingConditions>Rule Conditions>Criteria=PathIn the subsequent section that loaded, I selected "exclude" in the drop-down menu and entered "version" in the text box. I also enabled Regex. This meant that this rule will not fire on any screen that contains "version" as a parameter in its URL.

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Hi all,I am not a coder and need help writing a custom script that would not fire a specific page load rule for any page with "version=flim" or "version=flam" being passed in the url. Once I'm able to do that, I will create separate page load rules for the excluded pages.The page load rule contains the same path as the pages I want to exclude from the rule (path="search-results"). The pages I want to exclude pass these variables in the URL ("version=flim" or "version=flam").I've managed to set t...

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AllDayDev wrote... Hi, Yabagna. You are trying to have the rule fire when a div with the class "av_hidden-content" is visible? If so, I recommend you simplify your script a bit. You do not need the if statement/block, nor do you need the shorthand ?true:false bit. Just wrap a statement that you want to be true in parentheses.Assuming you have jQuery loaded and available on your page, you could use something like: ($(".av_hidden-content").css("display") != "none") If not using jQuery, then plain ...

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