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Could i integrate content from non-Adobe system on Adobe Journey Optimizer or Customer Journey orchestration application?

 

 

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Hi all,

So our plan is to open up to AEM Sites for content fragments. We are releasing the fragments functionality this month for AJO. After that, we expand to AEM fragments with a beta and the associated API's will be public to send fragments from other systems as well. 

 

For templates, we've already released this capability and are in beta with AEM Sites for HTML into AJO. The API's used will be made public in the coming months to allow for the push of HTML as a template to AJO from ANY system using REST API. 

 

Hope this helps clarify. 

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What is the source of the content right now that you would like to integrate?

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Its custom built in-house application at customer location. It is exposed via REST API

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Hi @RussLewisAdobe  could we atleast integrate AEM content (like how we do in ACS / ACC) in AJO. Note: I am  not talking about AEM assets.

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@navink386520 Integration with AEM is not available at this point of time , but AEM (content fragments) integration is there in the AJO product roadmap.

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@navink386520 Create XDM schema and use HTTP API (steaming ingestion) from source connection to bring 3rd party data . May need to introduce a middle ware platform which can help to convert incoming 3rd party rest API response payload to outgoing AEP HTTP API request payload.

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Employee

Hi all,

So our plan is to open up to AEM Sites for content fragments. We are releasing the fragments functionality this month for AJO. After that, we expand to AEM fragments with a beta and the associated API's will be public to send fragments from other systems as well. 

 

For templates, we've already released this capability and are in beta with AEM Sites for HTML into AJO. The API's used will be made public in the coming months to allow for the push of HTML as a template to AJO from ANY system using REST API. 

 

Hope this helps clarify.