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The AEM Tags Panel for Bridge enables users to log in to their Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) server and then load the Tags into Bridge as Custom Keywords. Users can log in to AEM then select the namespaces they want to import into Bridge. Once imported, a new Custom Keywords panel called AEM Tags becomes available with all of the tags and their hierarchy. Users can then view, add, or change applied AEM Tags on assets.
The Custom Keywords infrastructure in Bridge also supports Metadata Templates, so users can select an image with applied AEM Tags and use it as a Template for other assets.
This panel is intended for customers with Adobe Experience Manager whose Creatives want to access to AEM Tags on assets managed by AEM. It also provides an interface for Creatives to manage AEM Tags on assets outside of AEM, such as photo shoot collections and documents that will be imported into AEM at a later date.
Admins can also create and export a Custom Metadata Panel XML file that they can share with their Creatives or with their external partners to help ensure compliance with metadata tagging on inbound assets.
AEM stores AEM Tags on assets that support XMP. The AEM Tags Custom Keywords panel offers an interface to these values in XMP. It is common for users to install the AEM Tags Extension and the AEM Desktop App, which is available at https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-3/administer/integration/aem-desktop-app.html
If your AEM Tags change on your server, you can simply log in to AEM and update your panel. Select the namespaces you want, and Generate a new panel. It will overwrite your existing panel, so you will need to restart Bridge or reload your Bridge window to see the changes.
When you apply AEM Tags, you can see the raw tags at the top of the AEM Tags Custom Keywords panel. You can hide them by disabling Show Assigned Keywords in the flyout menu of the panel. You can also search for tags using the search bar at the bottom of the AEM Tags Custom Keywords panel.
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We discovered that some SSO configurations are not supported in our panel, so we provided a way to import JSON from your browser.
Click on PROBLEM AUTHENTICATING? then Import to open a new dialog. Choose your version of AEM, log in in your browser, then copy the JSON from your browser to the dialog. Once you click Import, you can choose your AEM Namespaces and generate an AEM Tags Panel.
Choose Window>Extensions>AEM Tags Config in Bridge and the AEM Tags Panel Configurator will open.