The information on this page explains the best practices for moving from the Workfront for Experience Cloud enhanced or legacy connectors to the latest native integration connecting Workfront and Adobe Experience Manager Assets as a Cloud Service.
This information does not apply to customers using Adobe Experience Manager Assets On-Premise or Managed Services environments.
Customers that intend to use the new native integration between Workfront and Adobe Experience Manager Assets as a Cloud Service must ensure their Workfront environment is tied to an Adobe Admin Console. For existing Workfront environments, this will likely require a migration of the environment to a connected Adobe Admin Console. For more details regarding this migration and the associated checklist, see Prepare to onboard your organization to the Adobe Admin Console.
Adobe must help carry out this migration. To request help, do one of the following:
After your Workfront environment has been migrated to an Adobe Admin Console, Workfront administrators can configure the new native integration. For configuration help, see Configure the Experience Manager Assets as a Cloud Service integration.
After you configure your environment, you can move existing linked assets and folders to Adobe Experience Manager. This is an optional step but will ensure that previously linked folders and assets through the legacy or enhanced connector will still be accessible once those connectors are uninstalled.
For more information on moving your assets, see Migrate linked folders and documents.
It will be important to validate all critical use cases intended to be used through the native integration prior to uninstalling the legacy or enhanced connector.
Last, you need to uninstall the legacy or enhanced connector. The native integration is not intended to run in parallel with either connector.
To uninstall, see