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03-26-2014 08:23 AM - last edited on 08-28-2016 10:47 AM by kathleen_jo
You're correct. The AppMeasurement tag does not have those in the mapping toolbox. I will take note to get them added. Tealium does not currently have a list of internal data sources. The main internal data sources that will always be given are: domain (dom) pathname (dom) query string (dom) title (dom) url (dom) referrer (dom) However, Tealium will automatically pick up the cookie values and meta tags on the page as well. These are hard to list because they will change on every site. Tealium does set a utag_main cookie that contains things like a session id, visitor id, visit number etc. More about the newer cookies can be found in the "Data Layer Updates" section here: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/utag/utag-js-4-26-Release-Notes/ta-p/11907 As far as the current environment, that is not output by default. However, it is fairly simple to grab. You can follow the steps found in this post: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tealium-iQ/How-to-change-tag-settings-based-on-Tealium-environmen... I hope that will help you for now. I agree this would be a useful list to have, and I will also take note to get this on the community. If you are ever wondering what variables are available to you, then you can open the developer tools of any browser (Hit F12 to open the dev tools on PC or CMD+Option+I on Mac) and open the Console tab. Once in the console tab, type "utag.data" in the text field and hit enter. This will output a list of the variables that have been populated based on the information on the page.
02-11-2016 11:44 AM - last edited on 08-28-2016 10:47 AM by kathleen_jo
Looks like the URL structure of the community has changed so the links Jared provided don't work anymore. Any ideas?
Hello @mitchellt. Here is one of the articles:
I am working on the other one as we speak. Stay tuned...