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AEM 6.2 - Dam Assets information

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Hi everyone,

 

This might be a stupid question but is there any way to see how many assets there is in the DAM ?

And the global size of the DAM ?

 

Can't find it, and it seems to be something basics to me no?

 

Regards,

Grégory

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I use this query regularly to get this information in json format. It works great at all path levels.

http://localhost:8051/bin/querybuilder.json?type=dam:Asset&path=/content/dam&p.limit=-1

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You can use QueryBuilder APi to query all DAM assets and count result set.

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Hi,

you can get the size for a folder path from the disk usage report[0]. But be careful with this page as it will put a load on your server. Number of Assets could be via a query, as the above report will give a count of the JCR nodes for a path.

Regards,

Opkar

[0] http://localhost:4502/etc/reports/diskusage.html?path=/content/dam

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Hi 

Please have a look at theses queries:-

Go to:- http://localhost:4502/crx/explorer/ui/search.jsp

Number of digital assets in DAM

// element(*, dam:Asset) order by @jcr:score

Number of images

// metadata[jcr:like(@dam:MIMEtype, 'image/%’)] order by @jcr:score

Total number of nodes 

// * order by @jcr:score

Total number of CQ pages

 // element(*, cq:Page) order by @jcr:score

 

As mentioned by Opkar, Disk Usage Reports is used when you need to find which folder is taking the maximum space (it is server side load).

Disk Usage Report:

/etc/reports/diskusage.html

Disk Storage by DAM Assets:

/etc/reports/diskusage.html?path=/content/dam

 

I hope this will help you.

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni

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I use this query regularly to get this information in json format. It works great at all path levels.

http://localhost:8051/bin/querybuilder.json?type=dam:Asset&path=/content/dam&p.limit=-1