Vikram, using the information you shared, our implementation partner
tested a fix on stage and it appears to have fixed the issue. We will
submit a CAB to AMS for our production environment. Thank you so much
for your help! I'm keeping my fingers crossed that this resolves the
Vikram, the Dynamic Media Configuration login credentials
(email@example.com) are the same as the login credentials for
Scene7. Adam logged into Scene7 using these same credentials and
confirmed that the PDF option settings in Scene7 are set up as you
recommended. To test the process, Adam just logged into Scene7 directly
and uploaded a PDF. The PDF auto-published as a PDF. However, when Adam
uploads a PDF to AEM Assets, the PDF does NOT auto-publish in Scene7.
There seems to be a bug where...
No, that's not the case. Adam just checked his settings in Scene7 and
they are all set up as you recommended (processing=none and unchecked
"Auto creation of eCatalog). Is there a way for me to send you a screen
shot of Adam's Scene7 PDF settings so you can confirm?
Sorry, to answer your original question "Is Dynamic Media configuration
(on your AEM instance) using the same login credentials?" The answer is
no. The login credentials for DM configuration on our AEM instance is
Adam@HoodooDigital.com. When I logged into Scene7 and uploaded the PDF
that auto-published, I logged in using my own Scene7 login credentials
Hi Vikram, when I open Tools > Cloud Services > Dynamic Media
Configuration, the login credentials are "firstname.lastname@example.org".
Hoodoo Digital is a company we used to help us implement/configure AEM
Assets and DMS7. Do we need to use different login credentials for DMS7?
Hello Vikram Gaur! I just uploaded a pdf directly to Scene7, and it
auto-publishes. As you suggested, it appears that AEM / Dynamic Media is
not picking up the PDF settings in Dynamic Media (Processing = None and
unchecked Auto-Generate eCatalog option). Do you have any suggestions on
what can be done so AEM picks up the settings in Dynamic Media?
Hi Vikram! Thank you for the information. I followed the steps you
provided, but PDF documents continue to auto-publish as eCatalogs not as
PDF documents. I have my PDF Options set as follows: Processing (None),
Extract (None). Am I doing something wrong, or is there another step I
need to take?
My company uses AEM 6.5 Assets and Dynamic Media/Scene7. We use Scene7
to generate URLs for each of our individual assets, both images and PDF
documents. The asset URLs are then pushed to a variety of downstream
systems (Marketo, Sites, digital publishers, etc.). By using URLS for
individual assets, whenever a update is made to any of our assets
(including PDFs), the downstream systems point to the most current
version of the asset. Many of our assets are PDF documents (white
papers, case studie...