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filevault(vlt) equivalent in aem cloud

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I want to export (get) content xmls of nodes under one path and have them downloaded to a local folder , with vlt I would have done something like --

 

vlt --credentials my-creds-username:password export http://author-xxxxx-xxxxx.adobeaemcloud.com/crx /conf/global/settings/dam/cfm/models myproject

 

is this possible with AEM cloud instances?

 

background :- I want to automate few things like movement of models from one env to another hence trying this.

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Of course this flow will work. Rebuild the package, download it, unzip it and commit to git. Then invoke the next script, which re-creates the package and uploads and installs it somewhere else.

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try using curl for build a package, download and install

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that could have been option if I wanted to only download and install ....I also want to commit those nodes(content.xml) to a repo...thats why want to get content xmls and not package.

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Have you ever unzipped a content package file? It contains the xml files.

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@Jörg_Hoh thanks for taking time to respond.

Yes i am aware that package will have the xml , but would that be helpful when this is done by possibly a script?

flow would be something like ---

1. When the script runs, it will go to AEM , get the xml export (in case of vlt) ...commit that into a repository .

2. another script takes xmls from same repo and builds a package and uploads to another AEM server.

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Employee Advisor

Of course this flow will work. Rebuild the package, download it, unzip it and commit to git. Then invoke the next script, which re-creates the package and uploads and installs it somewhere else.