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Re: Searching for an asset via the API
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SameerBhalerao
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Hi There, I think you are talking about the Asset Http API which is mostly used for asset manipulation(crud operations) and not for search. Searching can be done using querybuider API which is exposed @ http://localhost:4502/bin/querybuilder.json and allows parameters to be passed on to the search engine. Please check https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-64/developing/platform/query-builder/querybuilder-api.html which will help to understand the overall big picture about AEM...

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You cannot do this OOTB since rendition dimensions are not sorted as properties. Technically could search for rendition nt:files, create a custom QueryBuilderFiltering predicate that pulls them into memory and determines their size and filters them in/out - but needless to say this would be very very bad for performance -- so don't do this! Instead, I suggest creating a WF Process (assuming 6.x) that determines and writes rendition sizes as JCR Properties that you can then search over. There are...

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How achieve that with HTTP request (for instance by axios)?

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