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Prepare assets for translation - DAM assets

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Taking a look at the adobe documentation, https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-65/assets/managing/preparing-assets-for-t...

 

it recommends DAM assets should be structured in a particular way to enable translations for the translations framework.

 

/content/dam/en
/content/dam/fr

/content/dam/de

 

I have a multitant AEM environment where I have /content/dam/my-site and /content/dam/my-site-2

 

if I structure my hierarchy like

/content/dam/my-site/en
/content/dam/my-site/fr

/content/dam/my-site/de

 

/content/dam/my-site-2/en
/content/dam/my-site-2/fr

/content/dam/my-site-2/de

 

will the translations framework still work as expected?

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Hi @ AEMWizard,

Multi tenant structure you have described should not be a problem. Language code nodes do not have to be created directly under /content/dam. What is critical is to have a properly defined language root using ISO language code. You can explore Create a language root section from below documentation:

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Hi @ AEMWizard,

Multi tenant structure you have described should not be a problem. Language code nodes do not have to be created directly under /content/dam. What is critical is to have a properly defined language root using ISO language code. You can explore Create a language root section from below documentation: