I have done a POC on reverse replicating a DAM asset uploaded in publish to author.
1. Create a folder under DAM in publish instance, also create the same folder name in author instance as well.
2. Create a Launcher in publish instance, mention the Even Type as Created, Nodetype as dam:Asset , Path as path of the folder created in DAM. Also choose the workflow as Reverse Replication, Runmode as Publish.
3. Try uploading the asset in the folder in publish instance,when you open the author instance, you will be seeing the asset in the folder created in DAM in author
A simple example of reverse replication, hope it helps.
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No that guy has no idea what he is taking about.
Reverse replication is very simple to set up and conceptually works like this:
1) The Author is configured to poll the Publish instances Outbox queue every X period of time (default 30 seconds)
This is done by configuring the Reverse Replication agent on the Author
2) The Publish instances are configured to queue events to the Outbox queue.
How do things get in the Outbox? Well generally you configure a workflow Launcher that triggers on a specific path in the repository for a specific event. The Launcher runs the Reverse Replication workflow model which puts stuff in the Outbox.
Hope that helps