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AEM integration with hybris

ashish_khadpe
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Hi Team

 

 We are integrating AEM with Hybris. I would like to know if we can call product importer service manually via any workflow or similar concept.

 Please let me know if someone is already worked with AEM-Hybris integration.

 Day CQ Commerce Hybris Default Import Handler

 Reference URL : http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/administer/ecommerce/hybris.html#Customizing the Import Process

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Martin_Buergi
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Hi Ashish,

Out of the box you can do a full or an incremental update manually. For the express update we have implemented an example scheduler that calls hybris every minute to update products that have been put in the express queue before (http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/administer/ecommerce/hybris.html#Express Update).

 

The advantage of using the framework is that you can implement the desired behavior by extending / overriding the functionality (it shouldn't be a problem to create a workflow for importing products). If you want to push changes to AEM, you need to extend hybris to add the functionality on their side.

Many AEM / hybris projects started last year, and we have more and more projects live using the Commerce Integration Framework to integration hybris with the Experience Manager.

 

Kind regards,
Martin Buergi

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alvawb1
Employee
Employee

Hi Ashish Khadpe,

Let me find out for you and get the answer posted here.

Regards,

Alva

Martin_Buergi
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Employee
Employee

Hi Ashish,

Out of the box you can do a full or an incremental update manually. For the express update we have implemented an example scheduler that calls hybris every minute to update products that have been put in the express queue before (http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/administer/ecommerce/hybris.html#Express Update).

 

The advantage of using the framework is that you can implement the desired behavior by extending / overriding the functionality (it shouldn't be a problem to create a workflow for importing products). If you want to push changes to AEM, you need to extend hybris to add the functionality on their side.

Many AEM / hybris projects started last year, and we have more and more projects live using the Commerce Integration Framework to integration hybris with the Experience Manager.

 

Kind regards,
Martin Buergi