This article describes how to use the template status checker (formerly the tag status checker) to scan your templates and display information about version numbers and the modification status.
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To use the template status checker you need the Manage Tag Templates permission.
The template status checker tool compares each of your templates to the latest system version available. After running the tool, a status for each template is displayed based on its version and modification status. The status report allows you to quickly determine if updates are needed.
After completing the scan, a detailed report displays the following columns:
The following statuses are reported. Note that a template may have more than one status.
|New Version Available||
Indicates that a newer version of the template is available.
Indicates that this template matches the latest system version available.
Indicates that the template has not been modified from its original state when it was added.
Indicates that the template has been edited from its original state by a user.
Indicates that this version of the template is no longer supported or offered.
It is likely that a new version of the template has been released to replace this one.
Indicates that the template does not match the currently selected version of the tag in the tag configuration settings.
Indicates that the system is unable to determine the current state of the template.
Indicates that this template has pending changes that have not been saved in the profile.
There are two methods for activating the template status checker:
Use the following steps to check the status of your templates from the tags screen:
Use the following steps to check the status of your templates from the user admin menu:
After the template status checker runs, use the status results to filter the tag list by template status.
Use the following steps to filter the tag list by template status: