@ganeshbyale Have you tried grabbit or vault remote copy, refer below
thread for detailed information Solved: huge content move from one
environment to another - Adobe Experience League Community - 434224
@sudatlaACS-AEM-Commons provides MCP tool, which has the capability of
importing assets using URLs; checkout the below link to see if it meets
your needs. URL Asset Import (adobe-consulting-services.github.io)
@pradeepmoolemane You can achieve it using Launcher configuration -1.
Create a worflow using your custom step2. Define a launcher and invoke
it when condition --> "jcr:content/cq:lastReplicationAction==Activate"
on /content/dam/test path and type=dam:Asset
@david_dorr can you check below line items - 1. check whether content
fragment models are in enabled mode2. check whether required content
fragment models are allowed on asset folder Content Fragment Models |
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@asn11Assuming that you have already explored GraphQL API, and it
doesn't fit your requirements.You can write your own custom model
exporter via extending ModelExporter, customize page.model.json as you
need in order to return it to an external API. ref - ModelExporter
(Apache Sling 12 API) Solved: Model exporter xml - how customize
response conten... - Adobe Experience League Community - 421026
@deepakmanibabu if I am getting your question correctly, you are
consuming a asset in AEM Site/s and you want localized asset title
without making any change in asset path(in DAM). If that is the case one
option is customized image component for dc:title field. In image model
you should be able to customize dc:title based on local. such as - 1.
add a custom field - local = "localstring"2. get the custom field in
image model and accordingly localize the dc:title string. Need a custom
@asn11 I am not getting your actual use case, but you should be able to
achieve this using JSON exporter and custom selectors - Enabling JSON
Export for a Component | Adobe Experience ManagerOr You should explore
the use of GraphQL as well.