Expand my Community achievements bar.

Enhance your AEM Assets & Boost Your Development: [AEM Gems | June 19, 2024] Improving the Developer Experience with New APIs and Events
SOLVED

Report Definitions: Replication Status

Avatar

Level 2

What is the definition of the following page replication statuses? Where can I find documentation?

  • ACTIVATED
  • DEACTIVATED
  • MODIFIED
  • NOT_ACTIVATED

 

 

Topics

Topics help categorize Community content and increase your ability to discover relevant content.

1 Accepted Solution

Avatar

Correct answer by
Community Advisor

In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), page replication involves the process of copying content from the author instance to one or more publish instances. The replication status of a page reflects its current state in the replication process. Here are the definitions of the page replication statuses you mentioned:

ACTIVATED:
- The page has been successfully activated and is available on the publish instances. Users can view the content on the live website.

DEACTIVATED:
- The page has been deactivated, meaning it is no longer available on the publish instances. Deactivation typically occurs when content is no longer needed or should not be visible on the live website.

MODIFIED:
- The page has been modified on the author instance, and those changes need to be replicated to the publish instances. The modified status indicates that the content has been updated and needs to be synchronized.

NOT_ACTIVATED:
- The page has not been activated yet. It may exist on the author instance, but it hasn't undergone the activation process to make it available on the publish instances.


To find comprehensive and up-to-date documentation on these replication statuses and other related concepts in AEM, you should refer to Adobe's official documentation. As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, you can find relevant information in the AEM documentation on Adobe's official website.

Here is the link to the Adobe Experience Manager documentation: Adobe Experience Manager



Arun Patidar

View solution in original post

2 Replies

Avatar

Correct answer by
Community Advisor

In Adobe Experience Manager (AEM), page replication involves the process of copying content from the author instance to one or more publish instances. The replication status of a page reflects its current state in the replication process. Here are the definitions of the page replication statuses you mentioned:

ACTIVATED:
- The page has been successfully activated and is available on the publish instances. Users can view the content on the live website.

DEACTIVATED:
- The page has been deactivated, meaning it is no longer available on the publish instances. Deactivation typically occurs when content is no longer needed or should not be visible on the live website.

MODIFIED:
- The page has been modified on the author instance, and those changes need to be replicated to the publish instances. The modified status indicates that the content has been updated and needs to be synchronized.

NOT_ACTIVATED:
- The page has not been activated yet. It may exist on the author instance, but it hasn't undergone the activation process to make it available on the publish instances.


To find comprehensive and up-to-date documentation on these replication statuses and other related concepts in AEM, you should refer to Adobe's official documentation. As of my last knowledge update in January 2022, you can find relevant information in the AEM documentation on Adobe's official website.

Here is the link to the Adobe Experience Manager documentation: Adobe Experience Manager



Arun Patidar