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I’m new to Omniture tracking, I’ve done some reading of the documentation and I think I have a handle on how it works. My question is specifically about the flow of data. For example I need to track submission of a form - an event. My code is as follows:In the footer of each page I have:Omniture_s.channel = “My Site”;Omniture_s.pageName = “Track this page”;Omniture_s.prop1 = "My Test Omniture Project”;Omniture_s.eVa5 = Omniture_s.prop1;var s_code = Omniture_s.t();if (s_code) document.write(s_code);The above should populate the generic variables which each page load requires.Then in a separate .js file which is included after the above I have the following to track the form submission:$( '#form-contact' ).submit(function() {Omniture_s.events = "events1";Omniture_s.tl();event.preventDefault();});Does the flow and logi...

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