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How to send XML file from AEM DAM to InDesign server?

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19-04-2018

I'm creating XML file pragmatically in AEM DAM. I want send this created XML file to Adobe INDesign server automatically. And I want to import this XML file in InDesign server.

1) How can I send created XML file to InDesign server automatically after file creation in AEM DAM?

2) How can I integrate AEM DAM with InDesign server?

Please help me. I'm new with AEM and InDesign server.

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Vijayalakshmi_S

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19-04-2018

Hi,

Here is the helpx link related to this subject - Integrating AEM Assets with InDesign Server

See if this helps achieve the use case you are expecting.

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19-04-2018

Look here - there is an API for that product - APIs

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20-04-2018

If I use this Introduction to Adobe InDesign CS6 Server (PDF, 273K) then, Can I able to send XML file from AEM to InDesign server?

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20-04-2018

I would research that Server's SDK capabilities. Using the SDK, determine if you can write a Restful endpoint that can accept an XML document.

I would post a question in that products forum too in the Creative Cloud Community.

Then once you do that - write a custom AEM workflow/workflow step that can read the XML from the AEM DAM and use Java HTTP API to send the XML as an attachment to the inDesign Server.

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23-04-2018

Introduction to Adobe InDesign CS6 Server (PDF, 273K)  is commercial or open source?