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Did not find support for .step/.stp files in AEM
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I have a requirement to generate png/jpg/HTML renditions from CAD step files in AEM. I created a processing profile and tested it on some CAD step files and it did not work. Is there a way to fulfill my requirement? through an ECMA script? any 3rd party tool? Thanks,

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@davidjgonzalezzzz Yes, I have ui.apps as well as ui.content. So, I copied the files from the github link you shared into ui.content jcr_root. I ran the pipeline to deploy but, I still don't see the prior missing cloudsettings and notification files

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I am using the Assets HTTP API. One of the limitations is "Asset API does not return the complete metadata. In API the namespaces are hardcoded and those only get returned. If you need whole metadata, then look at the asset path /jcr_content/metadata.json." I am accessing the following path but it still does not show the complete metadata/api/assets/image.png.json/jcr_content/metadata.json Am I accessing an invalid endpoint?

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Thank you @BrianKasingli - It worked! 🙂

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@BrianKasingliThank you for the response.The developers need to access the DAM using the HTTP API - HTTP API works with service credentials/access-tokens - Each developer will have the same service credentials because they are on the same AEM instance.How will I link each AEM developer user with the HTTP API access?

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I have a scenario where multiple developers need to access the same AEM DAM environment. Each developer will have their own workspace folder in the DAM. They will be accessing the assets and updating the metadata in their respective folders using the Assets HTTP API. Is there a way to apply HTTP API (token-based) permissions for each developer so that they perform operations in their own specified folders in AEM DAM and by accident not mess up other workspaces?

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Can you use Assets HTTP API to search for assets in AEM DAM?
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I have a requirement where I need to search for assets by title or file name. Does Assets HTTP API support the searching of assets in AEM DAM? Or is there an alternative programmatically approach or another API for it?

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Can you use Assets HTTP API to access assets in a collection in AEM DAM?
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Does Assets HTTP API support accessing assets in a given collection in AEM DAM? Or is there an alternative programmatically approach or another API for it?

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@davidjgonzalezzYes, it worked. I packaged the missing filters from the local SDK and uploaded it to the Cloud. Is there a way to add these missing filters in the codebase and then deploy them through the pipeline?

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How to automate relating assets?
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I am trying to bulk migrate assets from an asset bank into AEM DAM. I am leveraging the ACS CSV Asset Importer Tool. A lot of assets are related (referenced to each other with ids) in my older asset bank.Does anyone know any automated way of relating assets in AEM DAM?

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Hi, @davidjgonzalezzzz yes, I have the same scope as you mentioned. I compared the files for Asset Share Commons in my Local AEM SDK and Cloud. Looks like, the following are missing in cloud: /etc/cloudsettings/asset-share-commons/etc/notification/email/asset-share-commons/etc/notification/email/rep:policy

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Can you send request data to Assets HTTP API through the payload/body?
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I am using Assets HTTP API - I am trying to find a way to send data in body or payload. I know some of the endpoints accept data in the request body. For example, when creating a folder, we use the following: (See how the folder name is sent as form-data and not in the URL)POST /api/assets/* -F"name=myfolder" -F"title=My Folder" When deleting a folder, we use the following: (See how the folder name, myFolder, is sent in the URL)DELETE /api/assets/myFolderIs it possible to send folder name in bod...

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I am trying to integrate Asset Share Commons into an existing AEM maven project. The build and deployment to a local AEM SDK as well as in the Cloud are successful - the features work fine in AEM local SDK. In the cloud, I am able to open the Asset Share Commons Site but, the "download", "add to cart", and, "searching" etc features are not working - looks like it was not installed properly. Am I missing anything crucial? I am adding it in the pom.xml file as follows which downloads the artifacts...

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Thank you. It worked. I made sure the user has the correct write permissions (for example: rep:write on /content/dam) or my user needs to be a part of DAM Users Group.

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I have tried that against an author AEM as a Cloud Service Environment but getting "ENOTAUTHORIZED" error.I am an admin - any idea what else I am missing?

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@davidjgonzalezzI am using the script given in the example: https://github.com/adobe/aem-upload#uploading-files My target URL is 'http://localhost:4502/content/dam/'; Also, I am using the .withBasicAuth('admin:admin') option to authenticate.

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I am using the aem-upload tool to upload an asset to an AEM instance. The documentation says "all AEM as a Cloud Service instances will have direct binary upload enabled, so this library will work with those."But, I get the following error. Error: direct binary access not supported

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