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OOTB Worklfow step - For File Upload

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10-11-2016

Hi,

Is there any OOTB DAM workflow process which I can use, allowing user to upload file in first step and then it advances to next workflow step passing the value of the uploaded file, where I can do business logic..  I found com.day.cq.dam.pim.impl.sourcing.upload.process.ProductAssetsUploadProcess PROCESS OOTB Update Asset workflow, and looking for more details.

In Projects workflow, I am aware there is 'Task' option to create script where we can define uploadAsset..

Do we have similar approach available?

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14-11-2016

Hi,

You can extend or customise any workflow in AEM

https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/develop/extending/workflows/customizing-extending.html?wcmmod...

DAM Upload Asset is the generic workflow for Asset uploading.

To find out the specifics of what each steps does, you can test and examine the jcr and see what has changed.

If you want to insert your own workflow step(s), you may query any of the data from previous steps.

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