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How do I get my feed contents to show up for moderation in the SoCo Console?

rosettakrb
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Hi there,

I have an RSS (blog) feed that I've imported into the /content/user-generated section of my JCR.  When I go to the Community Console, however, my feed entries aren't showing up for moderation, as seen here: [img]soco-snap.png[/img].

My question is: what do I need to do to get the contents of my feed to show up for Moderation?

Thanks in advance.

RKB

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Yogesh_Upadhyay
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Level 5
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Sorry for confusion, I thought you are using OOTB blog template to create blog.

Moderation works for Comment for Blog OOTB. However you can set up another workflow to moderate CQ Blog as well.

Are you importing this data from third party site ?

If yes are you using any OOTB CQ feature to do that ? In that case you have to check if OOTB feedimporter supports data you are trying to import.

otherwise you have to write custom application to assign those data to proper resource type (Templates and components) through code in order to make them editable and able to moderate them.

Yogesh

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Yogesh_Upadhyay
Level 5
Level 5

RKB,

You need to set up reverse replication to get feed back to your author instance for moderation. Here is more information

[1] http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/deploying/replication.html

Note that all user generated node in CQ (Any thing under /content/usergenerated) is auto reverse replicated as long as you have your reverse replication agent set up.

For moderation make sure that you have moderation workflow enabled and any launcher on cq:Comment enabled. You can find these under workflow tab of welcome page.

Yogesh

rosettakrb
Level 2
Level 2

Hi Yogesh,

So the feed is setup on my author instance, since i'm trying to prove this out locally before moving it to our integrated environments.  Should the the Feed Importer be configured on publish instances only?

Also, the content is of type cq blog, not comment.  Does Moderation only work on CQ Comments?

Thanks,

RKB.

Yogesh_Upadhyay
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Level 5
Level 5

Sorry for confusion, I thought you are using OOTB blog template to create blog.

Moderation works for Comment for Blog OOTB. However you can set up another workflow to moderate CQ Blog as well.

Are you importing this data from third party site ?

If yes are you using any OOTB CQ feature to do that ? In that case you have to check if OOTB feedimporter supports data you are trying to import.

otherwise you have to write custom application to assign those data to proper resource type (Templates and components) through code in order to make them editable and able to moderate them.

Yogesh

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rosettakrb
Level 2
Level 2

I am using the OOTB CQ Feed Importer to import an external RSS feed and store the data under /content/usergenerated.  The data is being correctly converted to cq:PageContent, using the blog template.  I think I'll have to try creating a custom workflow tthat moderates blog content, like you suggested, and see if that will allow Moderation through the Community Console.  If not, we'll just build a custom GUI.

Thanks for the info; very helpful!  I'll let you know how it goes.

RKB.