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API to populate assets from a 3 party CMS DAM to AEM DAM ?

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The Assets HTTP API includes the following features:

  • Retrieve a folder listing
  • Create a folder
  • Create an asset
  • Update asset binary
  • Update asset metadata
  • Create an asset rendition
  • Update an asset rendition
  • Create an asset comment
  • Copy a folder or asset
  • Move a folder or asset

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[1] Assets HTTP API