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Launcher To Trigger Custom Notification for Expired Assets.

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Hi All,

AEM has the OOTB email notifications that triggers based on the scheduler for the assets expired . Is there a way to setup a launcher that triggers notifications for each individual expired assets??

Thanks in advance.

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Hi Vijay,

I don't think so you can do it because rancher would be getting triggered only for events like create, modify, delete. But to check expiry date something needs to be run periodically or on demand.

e.g. for workflow launcher, you can trigger only when below events getting triggered for a node type.

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Arun Patidar

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Hi Vijay,

I don't think so you can do it because rancher would be getting triggered only for events like create, modify, delete. But to check expiry date something needs to be run periodically or on demand.

e.g. for workflow launcher, you can trigger only when below events getting triggered for a node type.

Screenshot 2019-03-01 at 9.24.52 PM.png



Arun Patidar

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Hi Arun , How often we can run the scheduler.? If we run for every second will there be any impact on the authoring side? Thanks in advance.

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There is no need to run scheduler  every second, because the assets expiry fields format is DD-MM-YYYY HH:MM.

In this can you should be running every minute but again the decision is based on how the content author set the expiry. Running code would not impact the instance but the operations does but I don't think so there would be asset which expires every minutes. So good to go if you can consider these possibilities and write a optimize code.



Arun Patidar