We have an existing JS reporting library that we want to use inside of Tealium. During a track call, we currently have two tags: our library (we'll call it Foo) inside of a Tealium Custom Container and the vendor provided Adobe tag. Everything worked great implementing the Adobe tag and now I'm trying to implement our Foo tag. The client app is an Angular 1.x app. I'm making good use of console.log and I'm noticing some concerning behavior. My app is submitting track calls to Tealium in the proper order (start is called first and complete is called second). However, inside of the Tealium Custom Container, when logging calls in the u.send() block, I'm noticing that sometimes the calls are coming through in the correct order and sometimes the calls are coming through in reverse order. I only have the two calls so I couldn't say if the order was reversed or random. I need the calls to my custom tag to come through in the order the calls are received by Tealium. Is this possible? Is there a way to enforce sequentiality inside of a Tealium tag?
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