Here, you will learn which basic components are required to implement tags in your website, as well as the correlation of the individual elements to each other.
The following table provides an overview of the components of an underlying implementation:
A container is a kind of "folder," in which all plugins are located, to be executed on the specific domains. This means that different domains specify different containers.
There must be a container per Mapp Intelligence account (for example, live environment, test environment).
Plugins contain the actual tracking tag functionality. Parameters and rules are defined per plugin to determine the data transfer to Mapp or a partner application. There are two different kinds of plugins in Tag Integration:
The following graphic visualizes the relationships between the components of a Tag Integration instance.
First, the relevant parameters and rules are defined.
- Then you can add these parameters to a plugin.
Within a plugin, you determine the rule that triggers the execution of a plugin.
In the last step, create one container per domain and add the configured plugins according to your requirements.