As part of the integration of AEM and Adobe Target, you need to register with Adobe Target, configure the replication agent, and secure activity settings on the publish node.
To integrate AEM with Adobe Target, you must have a valid Adobe Target account. This account must have approver level permissions at a minimum. When you register with Adobe Target, you receive a client code. You need the client code and your Adobe Target login name and password to connect AEM to Adobe Target.
The Client Code identifies the Adobe Target customer account when calling the Adobe Target server.
Your account must also be enabled by the Target team to use the integration.
If it is not the case, contact Adobe Customer Care.
The Test and Target replication agent must be enabled on the author instance. Note that this replication agent is not enabled by default if you used the nosamplecontent run mode for installing AEM. For more information about securing your production environment, see the Security Checklist.
On the AEM home page, click or tap Tools > Deployment > Replication.
Click or tap Agents On Author.
Click or tap the Test and Target (test and target) replication agent, and then click or tap Edit.
Select the Enabled option, then click or tap OK.
When you configure the Test and Target replication agent, in the Transport tab, the URI is set by default to tnt:///. Do not replace this URI with https://admin.testandtarget.omniture.com.
If you try to test the connection with tnt:///, it throws an error. This is expected behavior as this URI is for internal use only; do not use with Test Connection.
You must secure the activity settings node cq:ActivitySettings on the publish instance so that it is inaccessible to normal users. The activity settings node should only be accessible to the service handling the activity synchronization to Adobe Target.
The cq:ActivitySettings node is available in CRXDE lite under
/content/campaigns/*nameofbrand** under the activities jcr:content node; *for example,
/content/campaign/we-retail/master/myactivity/jcr:content/cq:ActivitySettings. This node is only created after you target a component.
The cq:ActivitySettings node under the activity’s jcr:content is protected by the following ACLs:
These settings ensure that normal users do not have access to the node properties. Use the same ACLs on author and on publish. See User Administration and Security for more information.
When editing an activity in Adobe Target, the URL points to localhost unless you change the URL on the AEM author node. You can configure the AEM Link Externalizer if you want the exported content to point to a specific publish domain.
See also Add the Cloud Configuration.
To configure the AEM externalizer:
For more details see Externalizing URLs.
Navigate to the OSGi web console at https://<server>:<port>/system/console/configMgr.
Find Day CQ Link Externalizer and enter the domain for the author node.