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Is there a different way to fire an Omniture event on every pageview call (utag.view, s.tl) We have always used an event to count pageviews and have done so using the below code. Since moving to the new Omniture AppMeasurment jslite code, it no longer

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works. I am guessing the apl plugin does not work although I recall reading some documentation saying it is support. In any case I simply want to send event1 with every utag.view call but not with utag.link calls. /* * Plugin Utility: apl v1.1 _/ s.apl=new Function("L","v","d","u","" +"var s=this,m=0;if(!L)L='';if(u){var i,n,a=s.split(L,d);for(i=0;i
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Is there a different way to fire an Omniture event on every pageview call (utag.view, s.tl) We have always used an event to count pageviews and have done so using the below code. Since moving to the new Omniture AppMeasurment jslite code, it no longer

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It should work to do this in an JS Extension: // Scope this to SiteCatalyst tag if(a=="view")u.addEvent("event1");
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Is there a different way to fire an Omniture event on every pageview call (utag.view, s.tl) We have always used an event to count pageviews and have done so using the below code. Since moving to the new Omniture AppMeasurment jslite code, it no longer

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Works perfectly. Thanks. I am assuming I could do the same for for links too, correct? if(a=="link")u.addEvent("event2");
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Is there a different way to fire an Omniture event on every pageview call (utag.view, s.tl) We have always used an event to count pageviews and have done so using the below code. Since moving to the new Omniture AppMeasurment jslite code, it no longer

Tealium Employee
That should work too..