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i see multiple calls for a single event in chrome debugger

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i see multiple calls for a single event in chrome debugger and do not see the same event being passed to my tealium generic tag even though i mapped the value. How can I see only one call per event in a debugger and same being passed to generic tag?

 

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i see multiple calls for a single event in chrome debugger

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Hi @shailesh_gaikwa,

 

It's difficult to say, without having more specific information - however by "event" I assume you are triggering a utag.link or utag.view call via jQuery onHandler extension or something similar. 

 

By default, utag.link or utag.view will trigger all the tags that are relevant, based on their load rules. So, for any given event, you will typically see more than one tag re-firing. 

 

For a generic tag to fire on a specific event, the load rule for that tag will need to be true, or set to true, when that even occurs. 

 

Hopefully that makes sense, as I say it's difficult to comment without more specific information. If you are still having problems, please feel free to contact support@tealium.com or your account manager. 

 

Many thanks

 

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i see multiple calls for a single event in chrome debugger

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Hi @steve_lake,

 

What my query is that when I fire any page load or event then in debugger i see tags getting fired for that particular event or view call more than once.

However when the data is going to GA or any analytics tool for that matter, it is sending only once as per the event which is coorect.

 

But while debugging it may confuses some times if i see multiple calls for event/page load which happened only once.

 

I hope that explains my query :)