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Activate page and related assets in workflow

ivan_savchenko
Level 2
Level 2

Hi guys,

When I tried to activate the page with referenced assets (e.g. Image component) through workflow Activate page step, only the page is activated but not assets. Does somebody knows if it is expected behaviour or bug?

Thanks.

1 Accepted Solution
smacdonald2008
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

When we update our AEM community pages with assets stored in the DAM -- we activate the assets in the DAM before using them in the page, as shown here:

[img]DAMAct.png[/img]

So - its expected behaviour to activate assets in the DAM - we do it within Adobe. 

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vikramca06
Level 4
Level 4

Hi,

try this

Node n = adminSession.getNode(pagePath+"/jcr:content");

AssetReferenceSearch ref = new AssetReferenceSearch(n,DamConstants.MOUNTPOINT_ASSETS,resourceResolver);
                 Map<String,Asset> allref = new HashMap<String,Asset>();
                 allref.putAll(ref.search());
                 for (Map.Entry<String, Asset> entry : allref.entrySet()) {   
                     String assetPath = entry.getKey();
                     log.info(assetPath+"<br>"); // Path of all Asset ref in page
                     log.info(assetPath +" ASSET ACTIVATION STARTED");
                     replicator.replicate(adminSession, ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, assetPath);
                     log.info(assetPath +" ASSET ACTIVATION ENDED");
                 }
                 log.info("PAGE ACTIVATION STARTED");
                 replicator.replicate(adminSession, ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, pagePath);
                 log.info("ACTIVATION ENDED");

smacdonald2008
Correct answer by
Level 10
Level 10

When we update our AEM community pages with assets stored in the DAM -- we activate the assets in the DAM before using them in the page, as shown here:

[img]DAMAct.png[/img]

So - its expected behaviour to activate assets in the DAM - we do it within Adobe. 

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susmithasama8
Level 2
Level 2

Hi vikramca06

Can you let me know on how can we relate assets programatically(Via API).

I want to write a custom workflow to add relation between assets.(source,derived and others)

Which API needs to be used ? If possible can I get a sample code?

Regards

Susmitha Sama

susmithasama8
Level 2
Level 2

Hi Arun,

have written the following code to relate assets.

if(assetMgr.assetExists(nodePath))

{

asset = assetMgr.getAsset("nodePath");

asset.addRelation("derived",path);

}

nodepath has the parent asset

and path has the child asset which need to be related to mode path asset.

Getting null exception.

I'm not sure if this the correct syntax to add relation between assets.

Can you please guide me on the correct syntax.

Arun_Patidar
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

I tried below in servlet.

AssetManager assetMgr = request.getResourceResolver().adaptTo(AssetManager.class);

String parentAsset = "/content/dam/AEM64App/asset.jpg";

String childAsset = "/content/dam/arch17/asset.jpg";

if (assetMgr.assetExists(parentAsset) && assetMgr.assetExists(childAsset)) {

Asset asset = assetMgr.getAsset(parentAsset);

asset.addRelation("derived", childAsset);

}