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Why are some Android data sources not reporting data?

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We have Tealium in an Android and iOs app feeding into SiteCatalyst. We can see data for most data sources in SiteCatalyst for iOS, but Android is missing most of them. 1. Is there more information on what these data sources should contain and when/if they should contain data? 2. Is there a way for us to "see" that they are working? Meaning, is there somewhere in the Tealium Management console to see if these are firing? All of these are blank in SiteCatalyst: carrier exception_name exception_reason exception_totalcrashcount exception_trace lifecycle_firstlaunchdate_MMDDYYYY lifecycle_launchcount lifecycle_sleepcount lifecycle_terminatecount lifecycle_totallaunchcount lifecycle_totalsleepcount lifecycle_totalterminatecount view_height view_size view_type view_width webview_url
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Why are some Android data sources not reporting data?

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"Is there more information on what these data sources should contain and when/if they should contain data?"

If the Tealium Android Library is initialized with the Tealium.OPT_VOL_VERBOSE flag, you can see the populated data sources generated by the Library in LogCat with the tag "Tealium" at Verbose level. - carrier should be generated for every call as long as ((TelephonyManager) context.getSystemService(Context.TELEPHONY_SERVICE)).getNetworkOperatorName(); does not return null or an empty string. - exception_name - exception_reason - exception_totalcrashcount - exception_trace Are only generated when a crash occurs (if LifeCycle is not suppressed) or if an Exception was tracked using the Tealium.track(Object, Map, String) method (https://community-beta.tealiumiq.com/t5/Customer-Documentation/Mobile-Android-APIs-2-1-x/ta-p/5722 - lifecycle_firstlaunchdate_MMDDYYYY - lifecycle_launchcount - lifecycle_sleepcount - lifecycle_terminatecount - lifecycle_totallaunchcount - lifecycle_totalsleepcount - lifecycle_totalterminatecount These are definitely generated during LifeCycle events only, as long as LifeCycle events were not suppressed in library initialization. - view_height - view_size - view_type - view_width - webview_url Are all iOS specific, and not currently supported by Tealium Android Library 2.1.

"Is there a way for us to "see" that they are working? Meaning, is there somewhere in the Tealium Management console to see if these are firing?"

Possibly, I'll consult someone on this and get back to you, thank you for your questions.