04-25-2017 08:17 AM - edited 04-25-2017 08:17 AM
Certain questions often require looking at the code of the website and using debugging tools to determine the root cause of the issue. Many clients are hesitant to provide specifics over the community, and sometimes require very specific steps to reach a flow of the site, therefore we often request contacting the AM so we can gather more details. Granted, we could do a better job following up, and we now have community managers in place to help assist with followup :)
To answer your question, we have created a new system variable "hash" that can be used to look at anything after the "#".
For example, the following URL:
dom.domain : "test.tealium.com" dom.hash : "hash" dom.pathname : "/as/index.html" dom.query_string : "key=value" dom.referrer : "" dom.title : "Tag Management and Real-Time Customer Data | Tealium" dom.url : "http://test.tealium.com/as/index.html?key=value#hash"
So when creating a Load Rule you can choose "hash" from the first drop-down.
Please let me know if this does not answer your question. If not, please provide details of your issue and we'll do what we can do find you an answer.
Thanks for the reply Dan, and apologies to all for hijacking a thread. I definitely understand that we all can't share but so much proprietary info in this community, but for the sake of community I hope we can all be better at posting resolutions to help others coming behind us.
Thanks for posting the detailed explanation Dan!