I am creating an experience fragment which would have two or three components. I need to get the json for components inside this experience fragment. Currently I am able to get the json details of the experience fragment but not the components inside them.
This json data needs to be passed as a service to a webapi. A service needs to be created which will get this json data in a service and via that service data will be sent to the webapi.
Can anyone please provide some pointers for the same?
The json for the page is as follows:
By default, Experience Fragments are delivered in the HTML format. This can be used by both AEM and third party channels alike.
For export to Adobe Target, HTML is used. See Target Integration with Experience Fragments for full information.
Export from AEM to Adobe Target currently only exports the HTML and there isn't any way to export it as a JSON.
Whereas Content fragment could be exported.
Another way is that Abhishek mentioned here.
I think if you create experience fragment with core components or develop your components using ComponentExporter,
it should provide all the content in JSON format.
Refer Enabling JSON Export for a Component for details.
Hello kautuksahni Agreed, by default, Experience Fragments are delivered in the HTML format. This can be used by both AEM and third party channels alike. So i created an Experience fragment and I am trying to expose/ host the static content in e-mail template. Could you please give me some inputs how can we achieve that.
Here is the use case I am trying.
I tried to work as mentioned in Enabling JSON Export for a Component
I have created a experience fragment with image component from core components /apps/core/wcm/components/image/v2/image.
I have used the XF in the page
suppose i have configured the dialog having alt text as "my test image"
now how can i get the component data as json(as if my test image in json)??
Any supported documentation would be helpful.
Developing components from scratch would be a bit difficult since all components are already existing. However, I'll try this method once and let you know if it worked.Thanks.
Yes, I have checked the AEM Content Services. However that is for content fragment and i'm trying to implement the same thing using an experience fragment. I tried referring the the following links but did not find anything useful:
Have you looked into AEM Content Services that provide this functionality?