Check out this blog post by Adobe Tech Blog to explain a small scalability error which users make while structuring schema(s) in their tool instance and importing various use case(s) related package(s) with respect to standard product schema(s) in the solution: A Guide To Efficient Schema Management in Adobe Campaign Standard
Adobe Campaign Standard (ACS) is very powerful cloud-based marketing automation tool, where you plan your campaigns. It allows a marketer to communicate with clients in an organised manner around an omnichannel environment, which is the need of present day marketing of products and services. The wide and wise users of this product do know about its competence and aptitude, which makes it extremely popular in the global market. One of the features which helps affinity towards the solution revolves around the fact that it can facilitate exporting and importing of assets. These assets which are created, usually consists of custom schemas, extended product schemas, workflows, events and other assets which caters to their marketing needs. I am here to explain you a small scalability error which we make while structuring schema(s) in our tool instance and importing various use case(s) related package(s) with respect to standard product schema(s) in the solution.