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CSV Asset Importer Vs AEM Metadata Import

chiragsatija
Level 1
Level 1

We want to bulk update the metadata of assets. Just concerned what approach to follow.

  1. Asset Metadata Import OOTB(Assets < Create < Metadata)
  2. CSV Asset Importer (ACS Common Tools)

Every Batch Contains

Asset Count : 50K

Asset Size :- 3TB

@kautuk_sahni @smacdonald2008 

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davidjgonzalezzzz
Correct answer by
Level 5
Level 5

I recommend using the OOTB tool if it satisfies your use-case (you can even do a metadata export of assets to "baseline" your CSV file, and update that). Nice thing about OOTB is if something doesn't work, you can log a Support issue and Adobe will take care of it 🙂

 

To be clear though, Metadata Import doesn't import the 3TB of assets, so I guess that # isnt really important for metadata update, more the # of assets being updated.

 

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jkm-disco
Level 5
Level 5

Hi @chiragsatija ,

There's actually a whole separate section of the Learning Community for posting questions about AEM, here.

diksha_mishra
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

We have been using Step 1 for approx 30k batch, without any issues. Both the tools work fine. Usually an admin should be able to use ACS tools and general authors the OOTB metadata import option.

 

 

davidjgonzalezzzz
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Level 5
Level 5

I recommend using the OOTB tool if it satisfies your use-case (you can even do a metadata export of assets to "baseline" your CSV file, and update that). Nice thing about OOTB is if something doesn't work, you can log a Support issue and Adobe will take care of it 🙂

 

To be clear though, Metadata Import doesn't import the 3TB of assets, so I guess that # isnt really important for metadata update, more the # of assets being updated.

 

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