• Hi!Today I deployed a Lookuptable with a default value.I'd have expected the variable to have the default value after that extension - but it was left at "undefined".The "problem" is in the generated ...

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    Sep 23, 2019

  • I have a Generic sdk target using Tealium.The app release target uses the Generic sdk.Tealium 5.5.5 in the podfile. However now building with xCode 11 I get the following error Multiple comm...

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    By Clive

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    Sep 23, 2019

  • Hi @Giri3072 Tealium doesn't track this data automatically - you would need to send it when your app is launched from the ad link. This should be fairly simple for your developers to do. We do, however, have modules for Android and Swift that are able to track installs coming via the Google Play store, and Apple Search Ads respectively. In the case of Google Play, we use the Google Play Install Referrer API, which passes utm parameters through to the app, which are in turn tracked by our Install Referrer module: https://docs.tealium.com/platforms/android/referrer-module/. For iOS (Swift), you can find the documentation here: https://docs.tealium.com/platforms/swift/module-list/attribution/. I hope this helps. Let me know if you need further clarification. Craig.

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    Sep 23, 2019

  • Good morning,I belive I found a bug related to tealium_event data layer variable. Looking at variable definition inspecting Tealium code in utag.js it seems that its value (if not overwritten) is alwa...

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    Sep 23, 2019

  • Hello  @mkdigital  - are you also using the  Privacy Manager extension?  I think  the  two work together to get the functionality  you  want.  Search the forum for full documentation of both.

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    Sep 20, 2019

  • HiHave you checked in the browsers netwok calls.I normally have that on and filter out for what i am looking for.So if am looking for a floodlight to fire i normally just filter the name i am using in the floodlight call.If that doesn't seem to work, i check the console for errors,And if that doesn't work i normally track every datalayer update on this extension in tealium called : Tealium UTAG Debugger 

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    By dsavvy

    Frequent Visitor

    Sep 5, 2019

  • Hey @GauravKDani,    We have had a lot of success implementing Tealium into our React projects. We did a lot of trial and error, but what ended up working was leveraging utag.view and utag.link to control when and where we wanted to collect and act on data.    Here is a high level process we follow - Implement the standard tealium code into your project - Everytime the content changes, call utag.view to track a full page view - For button clicks and modal tracking use utag.link   It takes a little planning, but can still be a pretty quick implementation.    Here is a great document that will help you get started.  https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/iQ-Tag-Management/AJAX-Tracking-in-Tealium/ta-p/14034

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  • Are you also making a utag.view call in your javascript? I have a couple angular pages that I need to set noview:true because the data I need isn't initially available on init and once that data does become available during the page load I make a utag.view call.I also have to make sure I set some of my extensions on those pages to 'load once', otherwise they load during the utag.js load, and then again on the utag.view call.

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    Sep 18, 2019

  • Hi Team, We have implemented the Adobe Audience Manager in Adobe Analytics in Ensighten tool, we are planning to acheive the same implementation via Tealium.Placed the way how we have implemented...

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    By vivo

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    Sep 19, 2019

  • If it's just session should be pretty simple So  when new session starts create empty cookie or localstorage variableWhen an event happens you add the value to the cookie or localstorage variable using the  push() method.You can use the js extension modules in tealium to create this function, this is just pseudo talk because it is really hard to be anymore speicfic without something else to go on, if you have any code or scrennshots we can probably direct you better

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    By dsavvy

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    Sep 13, 2019

  • Thank you for participating in today's AMA! Stay tuned for the announcement of our next event, coming in about four weeks with Global Manager of Digital Strategy, @richardm. We welcome your feedback on this Ask Me Anything series, including your ideas for future TLC events. We’d appreciate a minute of your time to answer three quick questions that will help us continue to offer engaging events.   >>Give Feedback Here

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    Community Manager

    Jun 17, 2019

  • One last thing my team would love for you to know is that we offer a variety of workshops to further your endeavors with Tealium. If you need help with your digital strategy relating to Tealium products, we encourage you to reach out to us via your Account Manager to get the process started. We can provide assistance with short or long term strategic planning, data visualization and reporting, customer identity resolution, and data orchestration strategies. This is a service available to all AudienceStream customers and we’d love to help you expand your capabilities.

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    Tealium Employee

    Aug 1, 2019

  • Hi @okbrown , if you want to persist the data from pageview to pageview, adding it to the UDO won't be enough.  utag_data and utag.data are just window-scoped JS objects, so they only last the life of the page. b is even more short-lived. You need to set a cookie (or use local/sessionStorage). The easiest way to do that in TiQ will be to set a cookie using the Persist Data Value Extension. So you might: Use a Generic Tag to make your HTTP request Use a tag-scoped JS Extension to set a callback for your Generic Tag, something like u.callback = function (response) { if (typeof response !== "string") response = "bar";  utag.link({    "event_name" : "data_callback",    "foo" : response  });} That callback will fire a utag.link event with the data from the response (obviously just illustration code).  Set up a Persist Data Value Extension to persist the value of foo to a cookie like utag_main_foo (you'll need to add both those through the Data Layer tab).  You can set that up with a condition so that it's only set on 'data_callback' events.  I'd suggest using a utag_main subcookie to make sure that the session recognition is consistent (some browsers handle that strangely, better to let TiQ's session logic handle it). Depending on your use case, you may also want to set a Load Rule on your Generic Tag so that it only fires when that cookie ( cp.utag_main_foo) isn't already set to make sure it only fires once per session. That's off the top of my head and I haven't tested it through specifically, but those are the building blocks I'd suggest using. Hope that helps? BestCaleb        

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    Tealium Employee

    Mar 27, 2019

  • In addition to GA, Floodlight and Adwords, I also want to understand how to add the Hotel Ads partner ID.For others, it is as simple as adding the multiple IDs separated by comma. But for Hotel Ads, it is suppose to use a different cookie and the config code for the same is-  gtag('config', 'HA-PARTNER_ID', { 'conversion_cookie_prefix' : '_ha'});How can we add the "conversion_cookie_prefix part"?

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    By ksugam

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    Oct 16, 2018

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  • I'm trying to achieve this same behavior. In my case it's blocking utag.view calls when widget_name is in the list supportiveWidgets:(function blockSupportiveWidgets(a, b) { if ( a === "view" && ((b.state_name != null && b.state_name === "init:state") || (b.event_name != null && b.event_name === "init:state")) ) { var supportiveWidgets = ["chat-client-nl-widget-ec"]; if ( b.widget_name != null && supportiveWidgets.indexOf(b.widget_name) > -1 ) { utag.DB( "blockSupportiveWidgets - utag." .concat(a, " call from ") .concat( b.widget_name, " blocked because it's in the list of supportive widgets (" ) .concat(supportiveWidgets.join(), ")") ); utag.loader.cfgsort = []; } } })(a, b);Setting utag.loader.cfgsort to an empty array seems to do the trick, but I'm still testing before it's production-ready. Will let you know how that goes.

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    Aug 28, 2019

  • Hi @parth_gupta199 ,Tyr using the below code, to capture the value of currency event,var userAmount = $('.ember-view.ember-text-field.form-control.amount').val();var currencyEvent = "event1, event16=" + userAmount;s.events = currencyEvent;s.pageName = "Payment Complete";s.eVar13=userAmount;s.t(); 

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    Frequent Visitor

    Jun 8, 2019

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  • Any detailed implementation guide for "New marketplace tag: Curalate" using Tealium IQ ? if yes please share.

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    Feb 5, 2019

  • Hi @Gerhard5000,just to be sure, have you scoped the tag correctly to "Pre Loader"?Best regards,Andreas

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    By ahrasch

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    Nov 27, 2018

  • Hi THe multiple value exclude is always a tricky one, and the reason for its failure is that the condition Is it possible to set the condition in the reverse manner?Is popualted and contains....  

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