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How to include Tag names in AEM search query builder while Tag IDs are saved in the repository

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25-07-2018

In AEM, how can we write a query as the default search works, where a Tag ID is saved for an asset, while the user wanted to search by the Tag Name/jcr:title?

For example, we can search for assets that has a particular Tag assigned. As below:

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the way there are assigned is as follows:

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And are saved in the repository as ID's.. as below:

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For example, a tag hierarchy:

**TAG ID:**

/etc/tags/SXM/shows/entertainment/kids/8216/1073743514

The TAG NAME for the above:

SXM > Shows > Talk > Kids > Kids Place Live > Weird Al April

I tried the below but does not work?

    type=dam:Assets

    path=/content/dam/

    tagsearch=SXM:Shows/Talk/Kids/Kids Place Live/Weird Al April

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25-07-2018

Thanks @ArunPatidar . But that did not work.

After some trials i was able to get this to work. There is a predicate tagsearch that would build the tag hierarchy to the search query.

The below worked for me:

type=dam:Assets

path=/content/dam/

tagsearch=Weird Al April

type=dam:Assets

path=/content/dam/

tagsearch=Kids Place Live

type=dam:Assets

path=/content/dam/

tagsearch=Kids