Learn how to install and configure the Platform Web SDK tag extension in the Data Collection interface. This tag extension is the only tag extension required to send data to all Adobe Experience Cloud applications, including Analytics, Target, Audience Manager, Real-Time Customer Data Platform, and Journey Optimizer!
At the end of this lesson, you will be able to:
You must have completed the previous lessons in this tutorial:
Create a new tag property for the tutorial:
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With your XDM schema, datastream, and tag property now created, you are ready to install the Platform Web SDK extension:
Open your new tag property
Go to Extensions > Catalog
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Leave most of the default settings and update them later, as needed. The only thing you must do now is link the extension to your datastream:
Under Datastreams, select the Choose from list input method
Select the datastream you created earlier,
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If you cannot find your datastream, go to the Configure a datastream lesson and follow the steps to create one
Now that you have installed Platform Web SDK and associated it to the datastream, you are ready to start mapping data elements to an XDM object with the schema you created.
During this tutorial, you configure just one datastream and associate it with all tag environments (development, stage, and production). When you implement Platform Web SDK on your own website, you should configure a separate datastream for each environment and map them to your tag environments using the Input method > Enter values
While you did not configure a CNAME in the Edge domain setting in this lesson, Adobe recommends you use a CNAME when you implement Platform Web SDK on your own website. While a CNAME implementation does not provide any benefits in terms of cookie lifetime, there may be some other benefits. These benefits include ad blockers and less-common browsers preventing data from being sent to domains they classify as trackers. In these cases, using a CNAME can prevent your data collection from being disrupted for users employing these tools.
For more information on each section of the extension, see Configure the Adobe Experience Platform Web SDK extension
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