The Scene7 API jar was included in the deprecated jar package because it
contains deprecated methods. For the foreseeable future, the
com.day.cq.dam.scene7.api.Scene7Service package is the correct one to
There's no generally known issue with pixelation on Scene7 images used
by Target, so I'm curious if you can provide an example of the actual
image URL being used to retrieve the image. The most likely answer is
that the source image is smaller than the requested size. Scene7 doesn't
support upscaling, so that scenario could produce images that don't meet
The easiest way to retrieve an image at the full size of the original
source material is to use the 'scl=1' command. For
Parameters like this can be put into the modifiers of an Image Preset.
If that doesn't work, I would recommend opening a support ticket and
provide them with the example URL you are testing.
Hello Garret,The metadata pictured in your first screen shot can only be
obtained using the IPS API. We don't publish that API to the general
public, so for access to it you will need to reach out and create a
ticket with the Support Team. You can do that by sending an email to
firstname.lastname@example.orgThe documentation pictured in your second screen shot
is for the UGC (User Generated Content) system. It provides similar
image serving functions for real-time user interactions, such as
previewing a cu...
Yes, that is the expected behavior. Unfortunately, it's not possible to
retrieve the original image file from the Delivery servers, but you can
use the 'scl=1' command to get it back at full size. For more
information, check out the online HTTP Protocol docs for the Delivery
Yes, you will need to include all of the style settings in your CSS file
that you want to apply. If you like some, but not all of the values in
the default CSS, then you will need to include those in any modified CSS
you reference in your configuration.