Find previous help guides for older versions of AEM, CQ, and CRX.
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Before you download the package, determine who consumes the content. This decision determines how it is deployed:
Users must be logged into the Experience Manager instance to access this content on Experience Manager Author. This content is not accessible by default on AEM Publish (as it exists under /libs).
A valid Adobe ID is required:
|Experience Manager Version||Software Distribution Link|
|Experience Manager 6.4||Adobe Experience Manager 6.4 Documentation|
|Experience Manager 6.3||Download AEM-DOCS-6.3 from Software Distribution|
|Experience Manager 6.2||Download AEM-DOCS-6.2 from Software Distribution|
|Experience Manager 6.1||Download AEM-DOCS-6.1 from Software Distribution|
|Experience Manager 6.0||Download AEM-DOCS-6.0 from Software Distribution|
|Experience Manager 5.6.1||Download AEM-DOCS-5.6.1 from Software Distribution|
|Experience Manager 5.6||Download AEM-DOCS-5.6 from Software Distribution|
|CQ 5.5||Download CQ-DOCS-5.5 from Software Distribution|
|CQ 5.4||Download CQ-DOCS-5.4 from Software Distribution|
|CQ 5.3||Download CQ-DOCS-5.3 from Software Distribution|
|CRX 2.3||Download CRX-DOCS-2.3 from Software Distribution|
|CRX 2.2||Download CRX-DOCS-2.2 from Software Distribution|
|CRX 2.1||Download CRX-DOCS-2.1 from Software Distribution|
|CRX 2.0||Download CRX-DOCS-2.0 from Software Distribution|
To Install a legacy documentation package, you must have Experience Manager installed and running on your local drive or network drive.
From the table above, select the link for the Experience Manager documentation version to download. For example, AEM 5.6.1.
Login using your Adobe ID. If you don’t have an ID, create one.
Select the Download button.
Here is an example of what you see:
For AEM 6.2, start your local instance with an increased maximum heap size, by using this command for example:
java -jar -XX:MaxPermSize=2048m aem-author.jar
Open the Experience Manager user interface. In a web browser, enter:
http://localhost:4502/. Login as an Administrator.
Select Tools > Deployment > Packages.
From the Package Manager UI, select Upload Package.
Browse to the location where you downloaded the AEM package.
Select the package and click OK.
After the package is uploaded, you install it.
In Package Manager UI, locate the package and select Install.
On the confirmation dialog box, select Install again. The installation takes a few minutes.
In a web browser, launch the documentation page. Using the AEM 5.6.1 example, the URL would be: http://localhost:4502/libs/aem-docs/content/en/cq/5-6-1.html.
If you have questions about using Experience Manager, Adobe recommends that you reach out to experienced community experts in the Experience Manager forums.