Hey Alin! We use your plugin on every install we create, it’s intuitive & easy to use, well done!
We recently installed WooCommerce Google Analytics Pro on our own site & as soon as we did so, your GA Dashboard plugin keeps falling out of authorization. Is there a fix for this?
Unfortunately I had these reports before and since the code of that plugin isn’t opensourced I’m unable to test it and identify the issue. I suspect some sort of conflict, and the only ones able to fix it are the developers of the premium plugin, since my code is opensourced.
I submitted a ticket to Woo but have yet to hear back – cheers for the speedy reply!
Belay that – they replied & I never got the notification. As it happens, they’ve presented a stated workaround, here:
Can you please rename global function also in ga-dashboard.
so we have a permanet fix.
That would help a lot.
Here is the changelog: https://dzv365zjfbd8v.cloudfront.net/changelogs/woocommerce-google-analytics-pro/changelog.txt
Do they did is already? or is it an other issue?
* Dev – Global js function renamed to use `ga` instead of `__gaTracker`
I’m already using ga!
i can sent you the plugin because it is open source under gpl3 too.
to wich email address?
from the woo tracking plugin:
Set the global tracker function name. __gaTracker is deprecated and support for it will be removed in a future version. IMPORTANT: set the function name to ga only after any custom code is updated to use ga.
the issue was that the plugin lost authentification after half a day.
i still waiting for a nice solution from your side,
to make ga-dashboard-conflict-with-woocommerce-google-analytics-pro
a conflict of the past. yeah.
best regards from germany
I’ve been trying to test it and figure out the issue. I can replicate it but I’m unable to determine the exact culprit. I couldn’t delay the v5.0 release furthermore, so it’s not fixed yet. I will look further into it and see if I can fix it. The free plugin works fine with GADWP, I’ve tested that too.
idea. so compare the free version to the premium version and see the difference 😉
i updated the plugin file behind the dropbox link i sent you via email.
so you can test with the latest version.
may you keep an installation with woo ga pro your plugin for testing after 24 hours you see the issue.
there is still an issue with google analytics pro for woocommerce as the verification of your plugin get invalid after half a day.
At this moment there is no fix because I’m unable to identify the issue. From the symptoms it seems to be something related to a cronjob they are registering at some point.
Can you ask them if their API Project has access to the Google Analytics Reporting API or only the Management API?
I’ve found a way to permanently fix the conflict. V5.1 will have the fix and should be ready in a couple of days!
Thank you all for the feedback, is really appreciated.