Learn to set up an Adobe Experience Manager connection in Adobe FrameMaker.
Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) is a Web content management system that allows you to store digital assets in its DAM (Digital Asset Management) repository. The AEM connector allows you to manage your FrameMaker documents using the DAM.
Install Java Runtime on the system and set JAVA_HOME environment variable.
A friendly name for your FrameMaker – Adobe Experience Manager connection.
The AEM server location in the following syntax:
If your organization uses SSO for AEM server authentication, then select this option. When you select this option, the password field will be removed from the interface.
Specify the User Name and Password to connect to the AEM server. Select the Save Password option to save the password.
Adobe Experience Manager workspace.
You are recommended to create a folder within the DAM workspace. However, you can create a folder at any location in the repository.
Local folder location to save files from AEM.
The default location is C:\Users\<usernname>\Documents. You can change the default location by clicking the Browse button.
FrameMaker always creates the local download folder in lower case, irrespective of the connection title provided in the Connection Manager dialog.
The Connection Manager dialog is displayed.
In the Choose Connection drop-down, select Adobe Experience Manager.
Enter a friendly name and server location.
Else, enter the User Name and Password for regular authentication.
Specify the Adobe Experience Manager Workspace or use the default (crx.default) workspace.
Select a Local Folder path.
Click Connect to set up the FrameMaker – Adobe Experience Manager connector.
On successful login, the Repository Manager window is displayed.
XML Documentation for Adobe Experience Manager, Adobe's DITA CCMS, supports Universally Unique Identifier (UUID) based file referencing system. Using AEM, you can download files that use UUID-based file referencing system through the AEM Connector. Once the files are available on your system, you can publish these files in FrameMaker to generate the required output.
You must consider the following points while using SSO-based authentication with AEM Connector:
Internet Explorer 11 or higher must be installed on your system.
The Security settings in IE should be set to low.
FrameMaker must have the read access on browser cookies.