On the Tools screen, you can enable or disable various tools for the installed solution. For example, you can turn on Target's console debugging statements or use the DTM Staging Library. These tools are only available if Target and DTM are installed on your page.
You can dynamically insert Launch or DTM on any page to test something on a page that does not have Launch or DTM installed. Click the
Embed Codeicon, then type your embed code and click
DTM Console Logging
This tool exposes DTM-specific debugging statements to the browser console.
Use Staging Library
This tool uses the Staging library for DTM debugging information.
This tool blocks DTM information from being checked.
Dynamically Insert DTM
This tool inserts DTM code on your page. Use the Embed Code editor to edit the code that is inserted.
Target Console Logging
This tool exposes Target-specific debugging statements to the browser console, all beginning with the
AT:prefix, by adding a cookie called
mboxDebug=trueto your browser. At this time, the console statements do not appear within the Debugger Logs screen, but are visible in the browser's native debugging console.
This tool requires at.js 0.9.6+. If you are using an older version of at.js, you can add the
?mboxDebug=truequery string parameter to your URL in order to turn on console logging. If you are using mbox.js, you can add the
?_AT_Debug=consoleparameter to turn on console logging limited to Visual Experience Composer activities.
Enable Mbox Traces
This tool adds detailed information to Target responses, which can be explored in the
Target>Mbox Tracescreen of the debugger.
You must have be logged into the Experience Cloud in one of your Chrome tabs to enable this tool.
This tool disables all Target requests by adding a cookie called
mboxDisable=trueto your browser.
This tool requires at.js 0.9.6+. If you are using an older version, you can add the
?mboxDisable=truequery string parameter to your URL to disable mboxes.
This tool draws a red box around legacy, wrapping-style mboxes.
The following video explains how to use the Debugger extension with Adobe Target.