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Couple of questions around AEP Web SDK:
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1. Yes, Event Forwarding went live a year ago i think. (Original name was Launch Server Side)
2. Event Forwarding supports 3rd party intergrations via the Adobe Cloud Connector extension. Additionally, 3rd parties can build their own extensions for event forwarding to streamline the workflow. Facebook, for example, has built an extension and you can easily add it from the extension catalog.
3. A4T is irrelevant to event forwarding because event forwarding is not used to send data to Analytics or Target. Event forwarding is for sending data collected by the edge to third parties.
4. This is kind of a complex question. The new data prep feature will be added to this tutorial at some point, but basically it can be used to map data sent in the "data" object to XDM on the edge. You can also map to XDM client-side in the tag/Launch property or used a combined approach. You will probably need to play around and see what works best for you and your implementation.
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Hi thanks for the tutorial!. We have a customer who is tied to Tealium Tag Manager, can Web SDK still be deployed without Launch? How can Data Streams, Schemas and Identities be deployed without it?. Thanks.
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Datastreams, schemas, and identities can all be created in the Data Collection interface. Tags (formerly Launch) is another feature in the Data Collection interface, but is not a requirement for Web SDK. So, your customer (or you on their behalf) can log into Data Collection to configure the datastreams, schemas, and identities and then deploy the Web SDK with Tealium. If you don't have access to Data Collection, or see "Identities", "Schemas", and "Datastreams" in the left rail review the instructions to configure permissions in the tutorial. If you are still having trouble getting access, contact customer care. Good luck!
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I have few queries as follow regarding AEM migration to Cloud Services.
Do we need a new implementation of Launch to serve cloud our can our existing instance serve both the current on premises AEM and the new Cloud instance AEM?
any work necessary at the Launch level (or can aspects and rules be reused)?
time and direction to dev team as they rebuild components and templates on Cloud (net new)?
any audit/refactoring you would suggest doing as the cloud will be a blank slate and we won't have to carry technical debt?
Request you to help me with the above queries.
Thanks in Advance.
AEM is outside the scope of the tutorial. My AEM colleagues have created some AEM-specific tags/Launch content located here: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/sites/integrations/experience-platf...
Again, this thread is dedicated to a tutorial which doesn't involve AEM at all and I have no experience migrating from on-prem to AEM as a cloud Service. My experience is limited to configuring the Launch Cloud Service in AEM on-prem instances.
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