I'm currently running AEM 6.3 and trying to Implement PDF rasterization as instructed here : https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/6-4/assets/using/aem-pdf-rasterizer.html
I'm currently blocked by command which is throwing an expection as below :
'ERROR* [JobHandler: /etc/workflow/instances/server0/2018-09 27_1/createsubassets_89:/content/dam/corporate/creative/us/CP999/20017361_Creative.pdf/subassets/page2.pdf/jcr:content/renditions/original] com.day.cq.dam.pdfrasterizer.process.PdfRasterizerHandlingProcess execute: failed to execute command [[/opt/aem/crx-quickstart/launchpad/felix/bundle539/data/binaries/PDFRasterizer, -d, -p, *, -s, 1280]] for asset [/content/dam/amex/creatives/us/Folder/Creative.pdf/subassets/page2.pdf]'
After debugging the above looks like the command where its being executed is different from the path that AEM is installed on my machine.
Machine AEM Path :
Command Execution Path :
/opt/aem/crx-quickstart/launchpad/felix/bundle539/data/binaries/PDFRasterizer, -d, -p, *, -s, 1280
Is there a way to change the path from where the above workflow command can be triggered, if not what the best solution in this regards
Best Sandeep KV
We asked the Asset team to help here.
Can you confirm if the following path exists and can be executed through terminal?
"/opt/aem/crx-quickstart/launchpad/felix/bundle539/data/binaries/PDFRasterizer, -d, -p, *, -s, 1280 "
If yes, please check how many AEM processes running at your instance. And also confirm your environment (Linux or Mac)?
The above path does exist, however doesn't execute through terminal as below :
Also the package is visible here in my AEM web-console :
Also, I'm running only one instance (Static-author) on MAC OS.
Thanks Sandeep KV
Also it is worth to check the MAC os version, the PDF rasterizer is not supported for Mac OS. See below
Reviewed the requirement, configured on windows platform and the package works just fine !
Thats been a great help, thanks for your quick turnaround.
Will get back with questions if any.