Blog Post:Some of you may have noticed that code SiteCatalyst version H.21.1 is now available in the Admin Console. (Fewer of you die-hards may have even noticed that JavaScript version history has been added to the release notes!) I have documented some details around the last two JavaScript code updates that we have put out on this blog, and will continue to do so going forward. When I was in our ClientCare organization, a common question that we heard was, "Should I upgrade my implementation to the latest code version, or am I okay to stay put?" Hopefully these posts will help answer that question by explaining the changes clearly. There were two minor updates in code version H.21.1: So, how do you know whether you should consider upgrading to H.21.1? You should consider upgrading if: There you have it. As always, please feel free to submit JavaScript code suggestions at the Idea Exchange; we're listening! And if you have any questions about this code release or anything else related to the Adobe Online Marketing Suite, leave me a comment or send me a tweet (@benjamingaines). Author: Date Created:July 22, 2010 Date Published: Headline:Code version H.21.1 released Social Counts: Keywords: Publisher:Adobe Image:https://blogs.adobe.com/digitalmarketing/wp-content/uploads/no-image/no-image.jpg

Some of you may have noticed that code SiteCatalyst version H.21.1 is now available in the Admin Console. (Fewer of you die-hards may have even noticed that JavaScript version history has been added to the release notes!) I have documented some details around the last two JavaScript code updates that we have put out on this blog, and will continue to do so going forward. When I was in our ClientCare organization, a common question that we heard was, “Should I upgrade my implementation to the latest code version, or am I okay to stay put?” Hopefully these posts will help answer that question by explaining the changes clearly.

There were two minor updates in code version H.21.1:

  • We improved ClickMap data accuracy in cases where multi-suite tagging is in use.
  • We improved the way URL encoding and decoding occur in the case of multi-byte characters, in order to work around a bug in older browser versions in the Android OS.

So, how do you know whether you should consider upgrading to H.21.1? You should consider upgrading if:

  • You use multi-suite tagging (see explanation here) and also rely heavily on ClickMap.
  • You have a mobile site that uses multi-byte characters and receives traffic from Android devices.

There you have it. As always, please feel free to submit JavaScript code suggestions at the Idea Exchange; we’re listening! And if you have any questions about this code release or anything else related to the Adobe Online Marketing Suite, leave me a comment or send me a tweet (@benjamingaines).