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pageTitle and pageType won't set via javascript tracker #329

themancalledjakob opened this Issue Apr 15, 2018 · 1 comment


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themancalledjakob commented Apr 15, 2018

I track page views like this:


In the report I can see that page views are tracked, though the page title is always taken from the <title> tag and not from what I explicitly set manually via the tracker.
These values do show up though at page path, not title.

Also, not all page views show up.
screenshot from 2018-04-15 18-04-19

As you can see, the number of total page views is "84", but when I count the individual pageviews together I come to a different value (10 + 7 + 2 = 19).

The page type is weirdly enough always the first one I set and stays the same for all visitors.
When I drop the owa table content in mysql, I can set a new page type, but it'll stay like this until I drop the mysql table again or ceompletely reinstall owa.

I get no errors in the javascript console.

My system:
OS 4.14.30-1-MANJARO (linux)
Chrome Version 65.0.3325.146 (Official Build) (64-bit)
Firefox 59.0.1 (64-bit)

My owa is at the last commit ( 00c3a91 / Tue Mar 20 03:35:23 2018 -0700 / properly setting current url on request. fixing #321 )

I used both synchronous and asynchronous javascript tracker.
No wordpress or mediawiki, no php tracker.

padams pushed a commit that referenced this issue Aug 26, 2018


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padams commented Aug 26, 2018

page title not being overloaded is a bug now fixed in master.

page type and title are tied to the page url in the owa_document table. Those values will not change over time for a given URL even if you decide to set different values for them in the tracker.

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