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Adobe Target Standard: all set up and working without Tealium tag in the interface. How to configure the tag correctly?

I followed the instructions here to add the utag.sync.js and configured Target Stadard with its help. I tested it on a few pages and it seems to be firing. What I didn't realise that I didn't add the actual tag to the Tealium interface as it worked without it. So, I configured it today and created a rule where it fires only on a particular page. But it still fires on all other pages from the previous testing. What is wrong? How to configure it correctly?
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Adobe Target Standard: all set up and working without Tealium tag in the interface. How to configure the tag correctly?

Employee Emeritus
Hi Alla, Target Standard does not work with standard load rules or the marketplace version of TNT. Since Target Standard was designed to be ran on all pages, this should not be an issue. However if you do need to set conditional loading for Target Standard, you'll need to write manual JS for it. If you need help with this, please contact your Account Manager so we can assist.
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Adobe Target Standard: all set up and working without Tealium tag in the interface. How to configure the tag correctly?

Many thanks for this. I believe Tealium has it's own syntax or methods. is it possible to have a look at some examples somewhere?
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Adobe Target Standard: all set up and working without Tealium tag in the interface. How to configure the tag correctly?

Employee Emeritus
For your use case it doesn't. utag.sync.js is just JavaScript right now.
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Adobe Target Standard: all set up and working without Tealium tag in the interface. How to configure the tag correctly?

Thanks a lot.