Hi,we have the need to upload many assets with an external tool that
connects to AEM and sends them via API.We didn't have any issue till we
tried to upload files over 500MB, that are needed for very high
resolution printings. When we try to upload that TIF pictures, on the
client side we have this ...
Hi,I have just noticed that putting the semicolon (;) in the asset name,
prevents me to retrieve the metatadata and therefore the asset.Could you
please list me the special chars not allowed?Thank you,Serena
I also thought about using a common folder, but this will bring me in a
situation without a fixed taxonomy. One of the consequences will be then
the difficulty to retrieve or search assets.May I ask you to explain me
more about the Live Copy declined on my situation? I think this could be
If I have the same image under P1, P2, P3, I'd like them to be related.
Therefore, if the image is removed from P1, I expect it to be removed
also from P2 and P3.I agree about using tags but this will bring me to a
such hybrid situation for which for some products I get the Product ID
from the folde...
Yes, it is a common case and unfortunately I don't have enough metadata
to detect this situation automatically (I don't have any rule).If the
image is removed from a product, I expect to do the same with all the
products with the same pic. Cc: @Jörg_Hoh
I don't have any existing tag related to the products. I can create them
but this will bring me to a hybrid solution for which for some products
I get the Product ID from the folder (.../Product ID/Images/image.jpg)
while for the others with these images in common, I get the Product ID
from a tag.Co...
It is required to implement a DAM using AEM Assets. The taxonomy
leverages on the product ID and the structure is the following
one.../Product ID/Images/image.jpgIt might happen that for different
products we have the same picture. This causes a replication of assets
as in the example below.../Produ...