Using Lookup Table Extension to Load Tag on Multiple Pages

rick_curtis
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rick_curtis

I heard that you can use a Lookup Table Extension to Load a Tag on Multiple Pages.  For instance, an agency may give us a list of 70 different unique pages that they want a specific tag to load on.  Instead of creating 70 load rules for that tag, which would clutter up our load rules repository, I would like to use a cvs file with all of the unique URLS in it to dynamically specify which pages for the tag to load on.  

 

Could you please share with me step by step how to accomplish this?  Thanks!

 

Rick

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Using Lookup Table Extension to Load Tag on Multiple Pages

Clint
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Clint

@rick_curtis, documentation on the lookup table extension is located at: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tealium-iQ/Lookup-Table-Extension/ta-p/13708

 

There is a section that explains how use the import feature as well as what fields are needed in the CSV.

 

Hope that helps!

Using Lookup Table Extension to Load Tag on Multiple Pages

UnknownJ
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UnknownJ Occasional Contributor
@rick_curtis, specifically for what you're trying to do, you'll want an extension scoped to All Tags running Before Load Rules.

Your CSV file could map from a list of pages (by URL, for example) simply to a value "yes". You'd then configure the lookup to read from the URL field and write to a "fire_this_tag" UDO parameter.

Then your single load rule for the tag in question would refer to the "fire_this_tag" UDO parameter and look for a value of "yes", which would then mean your tag would be loaded on any page that was in the lookup, but not elsewhere.