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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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Hi All,

 

I'm auditing a container and not sure how to find unmapped extensions. I couldn't find a custom tool that would do it, I'm not even sure such an attribute ("Mapped') exists for extensions (as it does for load rules).

 

Cheers,

Florian

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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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Hello @florian_perl,

I am not sure whether this following Custom tool would run and pull the data intended to Extension but it will do export all variables and their tag mappings to a CSV file. This tool will only run within the TiQ page. This will only work for the specific profile the user is currently logged into, each profile will need to be logged into seperately - https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Developer-Tools/Tealium-Tool-Variable-Mappings-Exporter/ta-p/1615....

List of Productivity Tools Available here: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Developer-Tools/tkb-p/documentation-tealium-tools

Hope it helps!

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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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Hey @Srinivasan,

 

This does not export extension mapping, rather variables + tags.

I've been talking to someone at Tealium about it, I'll update the thread if I can find a solution.

 

Cheers,

Flo

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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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I'd love to hear the solution @florian_perl as well! Keep us posted. 

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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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@florian_perl

 

When you say you are trying to find "unmapped" extensions, do you mean ones that aren't mapped to any tag?

There are ways to get that information. However a bit more clarification on what you would like to achieve, I might be able to supply you with a tool that can do the trick.

 

Adrian

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@adrian_browning

 

Yes, I mean the ones that aren't mapped to any tag.

 

Thanks,

Florian

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How to recognise unused (unmapped) extensions

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@florian_perl

 

For typical extensions, this should do the job of giving you a list of extensions that are unmapped.

 

var types = utui.config.customizationList,
data = utui.automator.getExtensionIdsByScope("global").map(id => {
var ext = utui.automator.getExtensionById(id);
return {
type: types[ext.id].title,
id: id,
title: ext.title
};
}
);
console.table(data);

 

Adrian

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Neat! Thanks @adrian_browning.