I have noticed when i upload an asset through coral UI only 6 assets get uploaded at a time and the moment one of six get completed upload for next starts. Can anyone please point me where this customization is done (file location)
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So the choice are use the default Touch UI limit to upload assets or build you own solution using a custom sling servlet that uses AssetManager API - as discussed in the article that I referenced. Hope this helps.
Referring to the Touch UI:
I do not believe that this is a customizable setting-- according to the AEM docs:
If you are concerned about only uploading 6 assets at a time - you can develop a custom DAM solution to upload multiple assets by using a custom AEM Sling Servlet and the AEM AssetManager API:
Thanks Sam for your blog ! I am able to create custom dam uploader with the help of your blog. Although what i noticed is when number of parallel upload is more (since user can select n number of file to upload at a time) then CPU usage of system spikes up and system starts behaving very slow.
While doing further investigation i found that out of box dam upload of AEM allows only 6 upload at a time, therefore i wanted to understand same codebase/logic which AEM is implemented. Any pointer would be greatly helpful !
Thanks in advance !
Please keep in mind,that this limit in number of concurrent uploads is limited by the browser and not AEM. The defaults that I know are Firefox-6, Ie6/7 - 2 , Ie8-6.
Thanks Sam for info !
I was expecting this (number of upload at a time) must be mentioned in some JS (like damfileupload.js) and if anyone have tried to change this value.
I do have one more question. I noticed that in AEM doc which you have shared has a link which says "use FTP Upload" for file more than 200MB, but i couldn't find how to configure that :
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