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How to create content package with merge mode

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15-10-2015

In AEM 6.0, whenever I install any package it overwrites existing structure on the server. I am creating package and tried with different options such as merge, mergepreserve but it always overwrite existing contents while installing package.

For eg: If  "testpackage" has /content/test/pages in it and target author instance has test pages /content/test/pages/existingpage. After installing "testpackage" on target author instance, I would like to preserve "existingpage" under content path /content/test/pages.

How can I achieve that?

I tried diffferent options provided in package manager but nothing worked - please find screenshot enclosed.

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18-04-2020

Wow. Adobe never added such a basic feature. It could be a single drop down. Par for the course from a company that cares more about selling to VPs than making the lives of developers/admins easier.