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Using asset templates with AEM as Cloud Service

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Hello,

 

Are Asset templates supported with AEM as Cloud service? I found this documentation about using In Design Asset templates with AEM (https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/assets/asset-templates/asset-templa...)

According to this documentation a legacy Cloud Service should be configured along with proper externalizer config - this is documented for AEM on prem. Is this supported for AEM as Cloud service? I could not find any documentation on that matter under Cloud documentation

Is there any documentation on that matter for Cloud setup?

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For sure Asset Templates are supported on AEMaaCS (and on-prem too), couldn't find a doc that explicitly mentions that but if you're looking for something official then Adobe Support would be best.

 

All it needs is a configuration on AEM to integrate with InDesign to get them both working together. Here's a short video demonstrating the setup to give you a sneak peak: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/assets/asset-templates/asset-templa...

 

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Hi @bartek_887 ,

Hope you are doing well!

Were you able to find out any solution about your problem? Actually I have related query- https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager-assets/ability-to-help-adm... so pls see if you can help with a portion of it. We are just starting with Assets template so any insights will be highly appreciated here.

Thanks

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Hello, 

 

This topic came back to our team so I will contact Adobe support. I will post updates when I have more info.

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For sure Asset Templates are supported on AEMaaCS (and on-prem too), couldn't find a doc that explicitly mentions that but if you're looking for something official then Adobe Support would be best.

 

All it needs is a configuration on AEM to integrate with InDesign to get them both working together. Here's a short video demonstrating the setup to give you a sneak peak: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/assets/asset-templates/asset-templa...