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How to pull DTM data using DTM API and API Token?

sirajk39199486
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Hey Guys,

I have a business case wherein I want to pull DTM data such as data element data, rules data, company data, tools data, etc.

Can you please provide any DTM API documentation or any other relevant information?

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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No integration for GIT or other version control has been built into Launch at this point. Since it is API driven, It's definitely possible. However, it's not on the near-term road map. If this is something you'd like to suggest, I'd definitely, encourage you to submit a feature request on the official Launch - Feature Requests​ community.

In the meantime, you could set up self hosting. This would allow you to direct your various build libraries into your own version control process. Adobe would just pass the library file where you direct us and the version control would be up to you.

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jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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The DTM API is only to be used with the AEM integration. The DTM team never planed on releasing a full API for customer use.

Launch, on the other hand, is built in an API first approach where customers will be able to write their own extensions to access Launch and it's APIs. To learn more, visit our Launch, by Adobe​ community.

Cheers,
Jantzen

aseelund
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Jantzen.Belliston​ -- do you by chance know if Launch can integrate with GIT or version control systems, or be fit into a continuous-integration cycle?

jantzen_belliston-Adobe
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Level 10
Level 10

No integration for GIT or other version control has been built into Launch at this point. Since it is API driven, It's definitely possible. However, it's not on the near-term road map. If this is something you'd like to suggest, I'd definitely, encourage you to submit a feature request on the official Launch - Feature Requests​ community.

In the meantime, you could set up self hosting. This would allow you to direct your various build libraries into your own version control process. Adobe would just pass the library file where you direct us and the version control would be up to you.

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