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  • Thank you for that feedback @nitishlamba. I'll let @TealiumJustin know and we'll think about what adjustments can be made to the GDPR documentation.  Let us know if you have any ot...

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-14-2018

  • Hi @pgarridopruebas - in Dev or Prod, I don't see any Tags firing at the link you provided.  Also Adobe Debugger shows nothing firing.  Ensure you have your tags enabled, and/or le...

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    Tealium Expert

    05-14-2018

  • Hi @RohiniM - of course, the Tealium ecommerce extension takes care of all such minutia.  However it takes some advance planning to get it into your profile if you've never used it befo...

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    Tealium Expert

    05-10-2018

  • Great solution @BenStephenson!  @oneflash we use something similar to this internally here at Tealium. Let us know if you have any other questions. 

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-09-2018

  • Ah good to know @mukherr. That's an interesting solution. Thank you for coming back and letting us and future readers know! CC: @UnknownJ

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-09-2018

  • Great solution @GavinAttard. Thank you for sharing!

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-09-2018

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  • Hi @mitchellt many thanks for your help! It seems I possibly just wasn't being patient enough, as over 2 weeks after implementing the schema, Google seems to have rendered the JS tags&n...

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    Rookie Contributor

    05-08-2018

  • @zhaque If you want to you can self host the utag.js, but keep the publish targets empty, and the rest of the files will come from the CDN. That would be self hosted + CDN. So if you have 2 references...

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    Tealium Employee

    05-08-2018

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  • The contents of utag.data doesn't necessarily go anywhere, so it's not usually problematic for it to contain a record of the current cookies. However, if you've got a tag (such as Tealium Collect) tha...

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    Tealium Expert

    05-07-2018

    ACCEPTED SOLUTION

  • We did something like this. We used a separate variable for this in Adobe Analytics.The code we used is here: https://github.com/tibu/checkMobileAgent 

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    Silver Contributor

    05-07-2018

  • Thanks @mitchellt. Good suggestion. Deleting it would be clean but at least labelling it will remind us not to pick it up for future versions.

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    By Raschid

    Rookie Contributor

    05-03-2018

    ACCEPTED SOLUTION

  • @LongPun It might be worth noting that the code you posted has syntax errors. The semicolon after the object is invalid. Are you sure it's executing correctly? The UTAG Monitor is another tool t...

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    Community Manager

    05-02-2018

  • The main problem you're going to get here is that if you only attempt to load the tag on the click, @brett-bold, the browser isn't going to have enough time to fetch the utag.x.js file and t...

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    Tealium Expert

    05-01-2018

  • @Donaldo you can use a Tealium Pixel Contains, setup instructions are available here: https://community.tealiumiq.com/t5/Tags/Tealium-Pixel-Container-Tag/ta-p/13388    

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-01-2018

  • @ErikDekker Tealium is working on releasing some new features to help you to do what you've asked. You'll have the ability to create a notification that appears when a user accesses the site...

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    Employee Emeritus

    05-01-2018

  • @Askar Here is a link to our 'Google Universal Analytics Guide' and contained within that series is 'Advanced Mapping'.  Directions to accomplish mappings to what you want are contained...

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    Tealium Employee

    04-27-2018

  • "utag_main__ss" is always getting reset to '0', in no way I can capture '1' using first party cookie.I am currently using 4.44 version.Trying to use it in 'load rule' for a DoubleClick Tag.All th...

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    Bronze Contributor

    04-26-2018

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  • Hi @pmeyerdk - I agree running in an iframe is not optimal, but shouldn't be a total show stopper.  Several pages of the distributed application I work with are iframed, with Tealium ru...

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    Tealium Expert

    04-24-2018

  • Hi @BretCamble2, Thank you very much for that explanation of your experiences!That was exactly what I was hoping to get from this post. As you might already have read here, our solution ended up ...

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    Tealium Expert

    04-24-2018

    ACCEPTED SOLUTION

  • Hello @Jayakrishnaa,If its not many files, then you can use the lookup table and trigger link_name.Example: as per your code match the s_url in the lookup value and update the link_name with...

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    Tealium Expert

    04-23-2018

  • Hi @adrian_browning,It is now working. Thank you for the update. Hi @steve_lake,I tried doing that earlier but I was getting an error about the code not being a JSON object or something...

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    Rookie Contributor

    04-23-2018

    ACCEPTED SOLUTION

  • Sorry @ruipedromachadoI forgot to add the first parameter with the selector, $("#houseSituation").waitUntilExists("#houseSituation",function(){debugger;}); now is workingMany thanksBest...

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    Silver Contributor

    04-20-2018

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  • Dear @adrian_browning,Well noted and thanks a lot !I will create a Product Idea and hope to get it done in the future ! 

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    By TracyAu

    Silver Contributor

    04-19-2018

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  • OOOOOOO @jusaha I'd accept @adrian_browning's reply as a solution. #hinthint  #toodles!

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    Silver Contributor

    04-19-2018

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  • @Jayakrishnaa I'm not sure of the exact timescale, but I would imagine this quarter.Current dev resources have been focused onto the GDPR preparations. I will try and update you when we know more...

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    Tealium Employee

    04-19-2018

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