Is there a way not only get Tealium IQ revision details / bundels (described here https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tealium-API/iQ-Revisions/ta-p/14300) but also publish e.G a new version of the utag.sync.js?
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Hi @MountainMaster. I totally didn't realize that you had resolved this issue yourself. LOL Well done! HHHhhhmmm... I wonder how I can mark your post as an accepted solution for you. :-)
Unfortunately the other thread i mentioned does not solve my problem. The usecase described is diffrent and was solved by a workaround. I asked @dan_george about the mentioned "automator" via PN. No aswer yet.
I still would be interested in a possibility to pushlish IQ revisions through an API.
Apolologies for missing your DM, I don't receall an email about it and I missed my alert here on TLC.
Curious what specifically you're looking for. Is it just to publish a profile, or is it to write a script to update utag sync and then publish. Or is it a multitude of requests?
The former is fully supported with the Automator tool, and we are also working on a fully supported API to allow for programmatic publishes. This is still in development but we are looking for ways to expand on it in the future.
If it's the latter, unfortunately there isn't any tool to help in this regard. The Automator tool is for general configs like inputs boxes and drop-down selections, it doesn't support advanced configs like Template management. Plus it usually requires working with a Tealium Support Engineer who can build the initial script. This functionality might be able to become part of the API mentioned above in the future.
Thank you for your replay.
I would like to provide a tool/application/script for our customers to maintain a custom script within the utag.sync.
So it would be an Api capable of managing templates and publishing profile changes.
Do you see any solution to this? Could i just generate a frontend session and do ajax requests to "https://my.tealiumiq.com/urest/legacy/saveTemplate" and so on. Thats what the Frontend Application does.
Ofcouse i would need some documentation to ensure some quality code :)
Full disclosure: this is not a Tealium supported feature but if you're able to build a tool to mimic the functionality there is no reason why it wouldn't work. However, Tealium reserves full rights to change UI functionality that may break the script in the future.
You can generate a UTK token using the same script used for the revision history API. Then attempt to see what happens when you call the saveTemplate. Keep me informed with progress or questions.