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How to Work With Packages
Packages enable the importing and exporting of repository content. For example, you can use packages to install new functionality, transfer content between instances, and back up repository content.
Packages can be accessed and/or maintained from the following pages:
1. Package Manager , which you use to manage the packages in your local AEM instance.
2. Package Share , a centralized server holding both publicly available packages and those private to your company. The public packages can contain hotfixes, new functionality, documentation, etc.
You can transfer packages between Package Manager, Package Share, and your file system.

What are Packages?
A package is a zip file holding repository content in the form of a file-system serialization (called "vault" serialization). This provides an easy-to-use-and-edit representation of files and folders.
Packages include content, both page-content and project-related content, selected using filters.
A package also contains vault meta information, including the filter definitions and import configuration information. Additional content properties (that are not used for package extraction) can be included in the package, such as a description, a visual image, or an icon; these properties are for the content package consumer and for informational purposes only.

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