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19-12-2017

Newbie here.

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I know its possible to package assets (ie: images) in an AEM environment - say for moving to another environment....

However, our business users are also creating 'Spin Sets' from some of these images within the system.

Can the actual spin set creations be packaged?  If so, where are these found in the JCR?

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Spin sets are just JS/JQuery plug-ins that manipulates the assets in a page. Typically, the JS would be located in a clientlibs folder. When packaging up the AEM app, you would include the content under /apps, page under /content, templates, assets, components, and the clientlib that contains the JS that define spin set functionality.

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