This section details the necessary configuration steps in Adobe Campaign to use the integration functionalities with Assets core service or Adobe Experience Manager Assets (AEM Assets) library.
These integrations are concurrent. Read the following information carefully before making any configuration.
If the two packages (AEM Integration and Integration with the Adobe Experience Cloud ) are installed, only the assets available in the Adobe Experience Cloud library can be used.
In order to use the integration between Adobe Campaign and Experience Cloud Assets, you must have:
To enable the connection between Adobe Campaign and Adobe Experience Cloud, configure the connection via IMS (Adobe ID connection service). This configuration is detailed in the Connecting via an Adobe ID document. It involves:
The functionalities linked to this integration are only available for users connected with their Adobe ID via IMS.
This capability has been decommissioned, starting from Adobe Experience Manager 6.4. Learn more
To integrate AEM Assets with Adobe Campaign, you must first configure the integration between Adobe Experience Manager and Adobe Campaign. This configuration mainly requires:
Learn how to integrate Adobe Campaign and Adobe Experience Manager in the detailed documentation.
Once this integration is set up, you can configure a new delivery template in Adobe Campaign to use AEM Assets library. To do this, follow the steps below:
Create a new delivery template - or duplicate an existing one. For more on Delivery templates, refer to this page.
Edit the Properties of this template.
In the Advanced tab, set the Content editing mode to DCE.
Select the external AEM account that you need to use to access your AEM Assets library.
When you insert images into a delivery’s content based on this template, the Select a shared asset option will then allow you to browse images in the AEM Assets library. Learn more in this section.
If the Integration with the Adobe Experience Cloud package is also installed on your Adobe Campaign instance, you will only be able to use the assets available in the Adobe Experience Cloud library. To also access the assets in your AEM Assets library, you must synchronize AEM Assets and Adobe Experience Cloud. The assets in AEM Assets will then also be available in the Adobe Experience Cloud library. In this case, you do not need to create a specific delivery template.