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Create renditions with names assigned to them via workflow

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Hi All,

I have a rendition workflow, with similar process steps[the dimensions are different at each in the arguments], as seen in the attachment.

#1]I want to assign a unique name to the renditions generated at each of the step.

#2] Tried looking for information on it, but was not successful. Probably some additional argument has to be provided?

Any thoughts/pointers on this will be helpful.

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 i dont think OOTB is supporting but control through process stetep.

So custom workflow java class and then read the file name and renditions names then you construct like all renditions under filename asset.

Note: There is not update asset method api to update the asset,just check whether asset is exist or not,then create if not exist

Hope this would help you,let me know if you have still doubts.

Thanks

Nani.

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Correct answer by
Former Community Member

 i dont think OOTB is supporting but control through process stetep.

So custom workflow java class and then read the file name and renditions names then you construct like all renditions under filename asset.

Note: There is not update asset method api to update the asset,just check whether asset is exist or not,then create if not exist

Hope this would help you,let me know if you have still doubts.

Thanks

Nani.

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Hi Nani,

From what I understand, it is not possible to assign names to renditions via arguments[as seen in the screenshot],correct?

I need to probably write a custom process step, but even if that will work is not guaranteed, correct?

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Yes so you need to write custom workflow process step and implement the logic and dont use that existing one.

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Hi,

ok. Can you please provide me with the Adobe documentation link wherein the list of arguments that can be used in a workflow are given[like in the screenshot]. Tried searching, but somehow not able to find it.

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