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Articles, Banners, and Collections are represented as cq:Pages in AEM.
They share the same common properties found in any cq:Page in addition to several others shown below that represent Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Mobile On-Demand services metadata and integration supporting properties.
The following tables describe the content properties and nodes.
Common Integration Properties
Defaults or Expected Values
assigned by AEM Mobile and stored by AEM once uploaded to AEM Mobile or imported from AEM Mobile
version of AEM Mobile entity (also contained within the full aemm-id)
date of last sync/import from AEM Mobile into AEM
date of last upload from AEM to AEM Mobile
id user that performed the last upload request from AEM to AEM Mobile