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Where is the deleted page Archived in TOUCH UI 6.4

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05-05-2021

We are currently migrating from Classis to Touch UI 6.4. While exploring , we deleted a page to see the functionality of restoring. It asked us to archive the page before deletion but where do I go about to look for it to restore it?

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Hi @mriz!

You are probably referring to the following dialog:
delete_archive.png

 

That's a question I get a lot from my customers.

For AEM as a Cloud Service, there is a "Restore" button available once you have selected a page. It will open a dialog to restore a page/tree:

 

restore_button.png

 

restore_tree.png

 



Unfortunately, this restore functionality is not yet implemented for Touch UI in AEM 6.4 nor 6.5. 😕

I expect it to be made available with one of the next updates / service packs for AEM 6.5, but have no insight into the exact roadmap or timeline. As AEM 6.4 will not receive additional updates (see release reoadmap and product end of life matrix), I wouldn't expect it for that specific version of AEM.

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@mriz  If you have created the version of page earlier then it will store under /tmp/versionhistory/..

 

This is how we create a version in touch UI, in classic also kind of same approach we had just UI was different, select the page in selection mode and from left hand side select timeline then from below drop down select "Save As Version"

createversion.PNG