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Asset expiry

key-key
Level 4
Level 4

Hi

 

I have a simple question.  If we change the properties of an asset by updating with a new expiry date, do we have to republish the asset? 

 

thanks

Key

AEM Asset expiry
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Manjunath_K
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@key-key 

If you have enabled time based scheduler "Adobe CQ DAM Expiry Notification" then by default this scheduler set with cron '0 0 0 * * ?' i.e scheduler runs daily at 12:00 am. so whenever the expiration date is reached once scheduler runs that asset will be deactivate/unpublished. if you have not enabled time based scheduler then that asset will be deactivated/unpublished right after expiration time reached. but in your case since you have not published the asset after updating expiry time, asset got deactivated right after prevous set expiration time(i.e Oct 1st) reached/when time based scheduler ran on publisher environment.

 

refer this for more information

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/assets/administer/drm.html

 

 

-Manjunath

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key-key
Level 4
Level 4

Timeline of events:

1. Original expiry date of image was October 1

2. On September 18 (prior to expiry), it was requested for the image expiry date to be amended to October 31 so it was updated (not republished)

3. On October 2, the image didn’t show on the page and when checked in AEM, expiry date shows original date of October 1

4. October 2 we fixed it by updating the image expiry and republishing the image

Manjunath_K
Correct answer by
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

@key-key 

If you have enabled time based scheduler "Adobe CQ DAM Expiry Notification" then by default this scheduler set with cron '0 0 0 * * ?' i.e scheduler runs daily at 12:00 am. so whenever the expiration date is reached once scheduler runs that asset will be deactivate/unpublished. if you have not enabled time based scheduler then that asset will be deactivated/unpublished right after expiration time reached. but in your case since you have not published the asset after updating expiry time, asset got deactivated right after prevous set expiration time(i.e Oct 1st) reached/when time based scheduler ran on publisher environment.

 

refer this for more information

https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/assets/administer/drm.html

 

 

-Manjunath

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key-key
Level 4
Level 4
@manjunath the thing is we actually extended the expiry date. what happens then?