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SOLVED

Restore the Content Overridden from the other package

patK-ze1xYs
Level 4
Level 4

Had multiple pages under :

/content/a/b . 

Someone uploaded another package for the same content path  : /content/a/b. 

As I lost few content pages , is there a way to recover deleted pages ?

1 Accepted Solution
antoniom5495929
Correct answer by
Level 7
Level 7

If you want to revert change of "one step back" i think that you can just only uninstall the package and you can return to the version before the last installation.

Let us know if this works.

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6 Replies
smacdonald2008
Level 10
Level 10

The best way is to re-install the package that contains original content. Do you have that package?

patK-ze1xYs
Level 4
Level 4

Unfortunately I did not create the package with original content. 

Is it possible to restore the repository for the particular date when it got replaced ? 

kautuk_sahni
Community Manager
Community Manager

I doubt that now we can get back original content.

The best practice is to always create a version of pages we are working on.

~kautuk 

Ashokkumar_TA
Level 2
Level 2

One option is to edit the journal.log by deleting the last few entries to take the repository to a previous state. This is a crude way of restoring and not sure if Adobe supports this approach. Take your Adobe support advice before trying this. 

For a try, you can take a copy of your AEM and try. Note, the journal.log does not provide any useful input for you to identify what updates have happened when. Its just a running sequence of unique id's. 

Note that this rolls back the complete repository to a state as of previous point in time and not just the nodes you are interested in. Similar to restoring from the backup for a previous state. 

antoniom5495929
Correct answer by
Level 7
Level 7

If you want to revert change of "one step back" i think that you can just only uninstall the package and you can return to the version before the last installation.

Let us know if this works.

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kautuk_sahni
Community Manager
Community Manager

Hi Kapil

Please try the approach mentioned by Antonio.

Try Un-installing the package and you can return to the last installed version.

Please share any other solution that you are trying.

~kautuk