Dynamic Media cache flush in Hybrid mode

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27-08-2020

Hi, 

 

Is it possible to flush the Dynamic media CDN's cache on demand from AEM using APIs or any other way?

 

Please note that in my setup, the AEM is configured in Hybrid mode. I know that it's possible to do via API when in Scene7 mode. 

 

Any direction to do this would be helpful.

 

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28-08-2020

There are two ways you can get the cache cleared for the assets with AEM DM Hybrid setup:

 

1. In AEM you can change the Default Manifest setting for the image server. You can fine-tune quality (JPEG quality, resolution, resampling mode), caching (expiration), and prevent the rendering of images that are too large (defaultpix, defaultthumbpix, maxpix). More detailed information can be found here[0]

2. Open a support ticket along with the list of asset URLs and will get that processed from the backend.

 

[0] https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-64/assets/dynamic/config-dynamic.html#defa...

 

I hope this helps

 

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