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What is the best way to configure the Internal Link Filters parameter of an Adobe Analytics tag to include any domain loading the tag?

I will be deploying this container across several domains, and adding new ones constantly. Rather than managing an ongoing list of domains, I would rather just put a reference to "domain(dom)" in the Internal Link Filters configuration. How would I do this?
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What is the best way to configure the Internal Link Filters parameter of an Adobe Analytics tag to include any domain loading the tag?

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Hey Andre, I would use a Set Data Values extension to populate a new variable. Then map that new variable to the SiteCatalyst tag as "linkInternalFilters." The Set Data Values Extension would be scoped to the SiteCatalyst tag and use something like this: Set: link_internal_filters To: JS Code -> s.linkInternalFilters+","+document.domain This will grab the Internal Link Filters config that is set in the tag config and simply append the current URL onto the end of that value. Hope this help.
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What is the best way to configure the Internal Link Filters parameter of an Adobe Analytics tag to include any domain loading the tag?

Thank you Jared! So, just to confirm that I understood everything correctly- :: in the Tag Configuration window, I will leave Internal Link Filters as only "javascript:" :: I will create a new JS variable called link_internal_filters :: I will add a new Set Data Value Extension scoped to the SiteCatalyst tag, and in it "Set:" link_internal_filters "to: JS Code" s.linkInternalFilters+","+document.domain :: Back in my SiteCatalyst tag I will then add "link_internal_filters" and map it to "linkInternalFilters". All correct?
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What is the best way to configure the Internal Link Filters parameter of an Adobe Analytics tag to include any domain loading the tag?

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Yep, sounds good.