Looking for any examples or lessons people have ingesting data directly
into AEP from AEM sites or web apps using Web SDK specifically using
encryption on the page and ensuring the data is correctly decrypted once
it lands in AEP.
Description:Connect to SFTP source and read a GPG encrypted file to
ingest into Adobe Experience Platform Why is this feature important to
you:Clients averse to using cloud data storage for PII data force data
transmission via SFTP with encrypted data files. These processes may be
legacy applications that are hoard to change. Data privacy and security
policies are hard to change. This seems like such a basic capability -
that is available in Campaign - why not AEP? How would you like the
It does make sense. Very few companies with have ALL necessary data
curated and enhanced with all required and potential analytic attributes
for identifying segments. Moreover, the speed at which attributes can be
created in query service is likely faster than the technical investment
to do at the enterprise source level (Discover, Requirements, Build,
Test, Deploy). This is especially true for attributes or segments for
testing that may be removed or revised if they do not work as planned.
Trying to connect Campaign Classic SFTP location as source for AEP. All
parameters for login are checked and correct, but the SFTP source
connector will not connect. Using SFTP hostname with login ID and
password.The SFTP hostname: ***********.adobe.comWe can access the
location using a local SFTP clientWe can see the data using Campaign
SFTP access I just cannot connect from AEP using the SFTP source
connector. Anyone know what I may be doing wrong?
This is to update the original question given the 29 Sept 2021 release.
If it works as described it will suffice for updating datasets and,
thereby, updating the profile. There are methods defined to set the
upsert tag as true on datasets already enabled for profile. This is a
much better solution than using alternate schema and datasets to update
records - fewer components, better visibility, and management. Thank you
Adobe dev team for enabling this feature Per 29 SEP 2021 release notes:
@maggod Your solution is what I had started working on. That way each
update to the subset of columns can simply replace the old record. The
Real-Time profile then gets updated with the new values. I am just
hoping there is a way to UPDATE a record without having to specify all
the attributes and reload the record. Thank you.
I create a profile schema containing some attributes that are updated
with new values using an external process. What I want to do is have the
updates in a file (e.g. JSON) with the userID and the columns to update.
When I tried this simple approach, the new data does load, but the rest
of the profile attributes are no longer there. I was doing this using
the Datasets UI to load more data. What is the best way to update
profile data from the UI? API is ok as well, it is just harder to