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Summary Screen

To run the Experience Cloud Debugger, click the extension icon in the extension bar, then open the page you want to examine in Chrome.
The Adobe Experience Cloud Debugger Summary screen appears.
This screen shows a thumbnail of the page, as well as the URL and title of the page. It also shows information about each Adobe Experience Cloud solution. The information shown varies by solution, but typically includes information including the solution library and version (for example, "AppMeasurement v2.9") and account identifiers (such as the Analytics report suite ID, the Target client code, the Audience Manager partner ID, and so on)
The numbers in blue next to the tabs at the top of the window show the number of server calls that have been made. You can reset these to zero by clicking Clear All Requests within the respective tab.
For example, the following image shows information about Adobe Target. Note that to expose the activity details pictured below without authentication, you must implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.

Run an Audit in Auditor

You can use Adobe Auditor to run a series of audits on your page. To run Auditor, click Auditor in the top menu, then click Audit Page Now . To open Adobe Auditor, click Run Multi-Page Audit Now .

Information shown in the Debugger

The Debugger shows the following information for each solution:
Page Information
Page Screenshot
Thumbnail of the page
URL
URL of the page
Title
The name specified in the <TITLE> tag
Adobe Analytics
Report Suite(s)
A report suite defines the complete, independent reporting on a chosen website, set of websites, or subset of web pages
Version
The AppMeasurement version defined for the page
Visitor Version
The version of the visitor ID library.
Page Name
The pageName variable sent to Analytics that contains a user friendly name of the site.
Modules
The modules loaded by Adobe Analytics
Audience Manager
Partner
The partner name for the DIL instance
Version
The version number for the DIL instance
UUID
The Unique User ID associated with the DIL instance
Adobe Launch
Name
The name of the Adobe Launch property
Version
The version of Turbine
Build Date
The Launch library build date
Environment
The environment used by the Launch library
Script Directory
The directory where the Launch script is stored
Adobe DTM
Library Name
The name of the Adobe DTM library
Version
The version of Turbine
Build Date
The Launch library build date
Environment
The environment used by the DTM library
Script Directory
The directory where the DTM script is stored
Adobe Experience Cloud ID Service
Experience Cloud Org ID
Version
The version of the visitor ID library
Adobe Target
Client Code
Your Target Client Code
Version
Your current at.js or mbox.js version
Global Mbox Name
The global mbox refers to the single server call made at the top of each web page in your Target implementation
Mbox Name
The name of an mbox around a location on the page. Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Activity Name
The name of the Target campaign or activity . Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Activity ID
The ID of the Target activity. Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Recipe Name
The name of the Target experience . Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Recipe ID
The ID of the Target recipe. Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Offer
The name of the Target offer . Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.
Offer ID
The ID of the Target offer. Available without authentication only if you implement the Debugging event listener in your code or tag manager and turn on the necessary response tokens in the Target UI.