This article contains descriptions of the fields and options in the Library Management settings in Dynamic Tag Management.
** Property** > Edit Tool > Library Management
If more than one Adobe Analytics tool is used in a single web property, each tool must have a unique tracker variable name. Duplicative object variable names between Adobe Analytics tools within a single web property will cause conflicts.
This prevents Dynamic Tag Management from installing Adobe Analytics page code if the code is already present on your site.
This feature allows you to use Dynamic Tag Management to add to your existing implementation rather than starting from scratch. Be sure to properly set your tracker variable name when checking this box.
Specifies where and when to load the page code. Regardless of your selection, any rules using the Analytics tool will need to have the same setting.
Enable Dynamic Tag Management to manage your library.
If you select this option, the following option becomes available:
Select the latest version from the Library Version menu. Dynamic Tag Management notifies you when new versions are available. You can revert to a previous version as necessary.
You can configure the library code.
If you select this option, the following options become available:
When this box is checked, Dynamic Tag Management looks for a variable in your custom code called
s_account. This variable should contain a comma-separated list of the report suites to which you want to send data.
Choose an option to host the s_code:
In DTM: You can host the s_code within Dynamic Tag Management. Click Edit Code to cut and paste the file directly into the editor.
URL: If you have a good s_code file and are happy with the process of updating it, you can provide the URL to the file here. Dynamic Tag Management then consumes that s_code file for its implementation of Adobe Analytics.
If you want to run two instances of Adobe Analytics in parallel (one within Dynamic Tag Management and one natively), you can rename the main
s object. Renaming the object name avoids collisions.