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Can someone help me understand utag.loader.cfg - or point to some documentation?
1: the tag loads once, so why is 'load:4'?
57: if the tag is sent ('send:1'), then why is 'load:0'?
'send' and 'wait' seem understandable as they correspond with the output of tagdb. But 'load' does not. Also, it only seems to have values 0, 1, or 4 - regardless of the tag firing or not, or the firing rules used.
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Based on my analysis, utag.loader.cfg object contains all the list of tags defined through tealium IQ.
Following are the status i could understand
1 - Tag is loaded on the page
0 - Tag is not loaded on the page
4 - i havent came across with a 4 status for any of my tags. So not very sure on it.
if you have a website, where i could see this code running, would probably further check there and share the findings.
Hope this helps.
09-26-2017 01:13 PM - edited 06-21-2018 07:57 AM
Just to add to @abrahameaso response.
Thanks again @adrian_browning, I didn't take the bundling into account.
06-21-2018 12:12 AM - last edited on 06-21-2018 06:48 AM by kathleen_jo
Hey @adrian_browning you ROCK .....
Just to add to that, if Privacy Manager is enabled and tags are being managed by category, then the tag config object also has a tcat property, which is the category ID for the tag in question, identifiable in the OPTOUTMULTI cookie preceded by a c, so "0:0|c1:0|c2:1" for categories 1 (opted in) and 2 (opted out). If tcat is set to zero, it means the tag has been omitted from Privacy Manager and will fire irrespective of consent settings.
07-09-2018 05:13 AM - last edited on 07-09-2018 02:11 PM by kathleen_jo
Thanks for the further explanation.
Could you please provide us with an answer to why load could be set to 0 and send to 1?
Does it make any sense?
07-09-2018 05:25 AM - last edited on 07-09-2018 02:12 PM by kathleen_jo
For unbundled tags, load is based on evaluating the relevant load rule, whereas send defaults to 1. So if a given tag's load rule condition isn't met, @johannaalvarez, it's through the load flag that it's suppressed, rather than the send flag (which will never be tested if the tag hasn't been loaded).
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