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Rollout Feature and AEM Experience Fragments

sanjeevkumart45
Level 2
Level 2

It appears that the MSM features are not fully available for Experience Fragments like we do have for sites. 

 

I cannot setup a Language Masters and The Actual Languages and establish a Live Copy Relationship. Is that in the roadmap for future releases Or anybody has suggestions here. I am struggling to do that in AEM 6.5 version.

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koenve
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Level 3
Level 3

We were looking into the same and ended up creating a ticket with Adobe Support. Here’s their feedback:

The ability to Create Live Copy has been added to AEMaaCS (via internal improvement request CQ-4268610). This was not backported to AEM 6.5 versions with the following feedback: If the improvement to create a live copy of a single experience fragment as source is backported, it does not allow creating structures as live copies. This means for every single XF in the language master, the user would have to create single, individual live copies. And every time they want to roll out changes they'd have to do that from every single XF in the live copy source one by one. So the fact that you don't see a "Live Copy" option under 'Create' is expected in 6.5.x.

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ibishika
Level 4
Level 4

The pages in which you put the experience fragments will get translated as usual. Are you using the experience fragments for some other purpose?

koenve
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Level 3
Level 3

We were looking into the same and ended up creating a ticket with Adobe Support. Here’s their feedback:

The ability to Create Live Copy has been added to AEMaaCS (via internal improvement request CQ-4268610). This was not backported to AEM 6.5 versions with the following feedback: If the improvement to create a live copy of a single experience fragment as source is backported, it does not allow creating structures as live copies. This means for every single XF in the language master, the user would have to create single, individual live copies. And every time they want to roll out changes they'd have to do that from every single XF in the live copy source one by one. So the fact that you don't see a "Live Copy" option under 'Create' is expected in 6.5.x.

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