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How can I (quickly) test Ecommerce imlementation?

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I'm updating our Ecommerce to the new analytics.js

 

But when I submit a Transaction with the Code below it doesn't show up the next day.

 

1.  Is it OK to use a Revenue of $.01 (I'm trying to keep it small to avoid messing up my revenue data)

2. Should it show up the next day or within 24h or longer?

3. Any way to see it sooner?

 

 

CODE

(The pageview works so I'm assuming the Analytics itself is working, but htat there is a problem with how I did the transaction)



ga('require', 'ecommerce');

 

ga('ecommerce:addTransaction', {
'id': '1234',
'affiliation': 'Bungalow',
'revenue': '.01' ,
'shipping': '.00',
'tax': '00',
'currency': 'USD'
});

ga('ecommerce:send');

ga('send', 'pageview');

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Re: How can I (quickly) test Ecommerce imlementation?

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Hi,

Your code is OK, it is sending the transaction data to Google Analytics. It's fine to send small amounts. If you have just enabled ecommerce it can take up to 24 hours for the transactions to appear in GA. You can use the Google Tag Assistant or GA debugger Chrome extensions to what data is being sent to GA. Hope this helps.

Arnold Majlath, Google Analytics Top Contributor
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