I am trying to configure the AEM Assets integration with Marketing Cloud and Creative Cloud per the documentation at:https://helpx.adobe.com/in/experience-manager/6-3/sites/administering/using/configure-assets-cc-inte...
The documentation advises to setup a new application at https://marketing.adobe.com/developer/, but this site has been decommissioned.
Where can I find accurate, and current documentation to complete this integration? I've tried setting up an application via Adobe.io, but am unsure of the correct selections:
As Kautuk mentioned above, you can configure the Asset Link to connect to AEM dam directly on Creative Cloud Desktop applications.
But you users would need to have:
1. Federated ID (Marketing cloud account)
2. CC License tied to Marketing cloud accounts.
Also, if you have SSO configured on your AEM instance, you may need to do additional config which was not documented on Asset Link documentation yet.
I recently configured this on our AEM 184.108.40.206 instance. Let me know if you need any help!
Adobe Asset Link strengthens collaboration between creatives and marketers in the content creation process. Through a panel built natively into Adobe Photoshop, Illustrator, and InDesign, creatives are able to find and reuse production-ready assets from Adobe Experience Manager Assets.
This would be the recommended Approach from now on. Right now you can request early access.
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I am seeing 401 - unauthorized when I test replication agent test connection.
Could you please let me know , what permissions, configurations I need to do for the user ?
Excellent community interaction everyone on this thread!
https://marketing.adobe.com/developer/ is not decommissioned. I recently configured AEM Assets with Brand Portal/Marketing Cloud.
Which version of AEM are you trying to do this configuration? I had to install SP1 on top of AEM 6.4 to make this integration work.
We have logged a bug against the docs based on this thread. This topic should be updated and not point to an outdated site.