Troubleshooting Web Personalization (RTP) - RTP Tag

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Enabling or Checking if the Tag is Enabled

 

     Log in to RTP and enable the tag within the Account Settings page.

RTP - Go to account settings.png

 

     Confirm the Tag toggle is set to On

 

tagon.png

 

Validating the Tracking Code

 

Check if the RTP tracking code is injected into your website's pages.

 

     In a web browser, open the developers console. Go to Network, Search for rtp. Locate the rtp.js.

 

script.png

 

Checking if the Tag Executes the Tracking and Personalization Code

 

You should see four RTP calls:

    1. rtp.js
    2. trw
    3. msg, appearing twice

 

If you only see the first rtp.js call but not all other calls, check the following:

 

  1. Validate the tag's account ID
    1. In RTP, go to Account Settings, click Generate Tag, and confirm the correct Account ID
      rtptag.png
    2. Confirm the Account ID is the same in the code installed on this page (it's case sensitive)accountid.png
    3. Validate there are no javascript errors.
      1. In Developers Tools, go to the Console tab and check if there are any error messages related to RTP or to jQuery
    4. Validate the tag is injected properly
      1. Check if the tag is not cutting code lines or any remark elements are not there.
        1. The RTP tag is between remark elements.rtptag2.png

        2. Some of the RTP code lines are commentedtag3.png
      2. In the Developers Tools, go to Sources and add break points in the RTP tag. Refresh the page and see if there are any errors.tag4.png

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