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Does anyone have an example of a "TealiumCustomData.php" magento1 plugin file that has been partially filled out?
The GitHub version is basically a blank slate and forces you to start from scratching adding most of the Magento code variables, which seems like completely re-inventing a very large wheel.
11-29-2017 01:53 PM
@jtcpap I am trying to find you an example. I've asked our integrations team, and we also have a demo site setup on Magento where I'm trying to find the file for you.
11-29-2017 02:39 PM
@jtcpap An example of how to modify the TealiumCustomData.php file with key: value pairs can be seen by viewing TealiumInit.php. TealiumInit.php has the basic setup, and you add your custom setup in TealiumCustomData.php. Additionally, to be able to use the TealiumCustomData.php file you will need to navigate to the admin section of your magent instance, on the left hand side under Configuration you will see Tealium -> Tag Management, there you will need to change 'Enable Custom UDO' from no to yes. While we don't have a 'partially filled out' TealiumCustomData.php file, as this file is setup to be modified by the end user, viewing the TealiumInit.php should lead you in the right direction. Cheers!
11-30-2017 05:00 AM - last edited on 11-30-2017 10:44 AM by kathleen_jo
Thank you, @dan_george and @michaelLearo, we understand how to modify it, but my main point still is valid. Why do Magento users have to re-build the custom file for each new Tealium install, given that one built TealiumCustomData.php will probably benefit about 90% of all Magento users?
11-30-2017 11:26 AM
@jtcpap I will speak with the individual who wrote the integration on adding additional data points that could be benificial to the majority of Magento users. Also, as I am not too familiar with the generic data points in Magento, if you would like to provide some recommendations on data points that exist in the majority of Magento instances that you would like to see, I will bring those to the devs attention. Thank you for bringing this to our attention.
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