I'm setting up the Adobe Experience Manager (AEM 6.4) and Magento 2 integration, could you please let me know where to download AEM Connector? I can't find it in the Marketplace. And what's the brief steps of installing? via Extension Manager?
I'm not sure if this will help you but maybe you can start here? https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/6-4/sites/deploying/using/magento.html
Connector package I believe is given magento2-aem-connector-master.zip . But where to install this package in magento. Any idea ?
I got the aem connector (in magento side using that zip) but how to install in Magento. I am not familiar with Magento. Can anyone help here please ?
Are you able to isntall the module using composer or you have to upload files manually?
If you option is manually you should activate the module after placing the files into /app/code. Maybe this link could help to see how to activate a module: https://devdocs.magento.com/guides/v2.2/install-gde/install/cli/install-cli-subcommands-enable.html
@Damian Culotta I want to upload manually. I am running magento via XAMPP. I have uploaded my connector files under magento/vendor and have added the entry in composer.json and restarted the app but couldn't see the connector. I also tried deploying using "php bin/magento setup:static-content:deploy -f" but no luck .
Sorry but I don't know the module you're trying to install.
WIthout extra information I guess you should add the module into app/code (but I'm not fully sure)
Hi @Damian Culotta,
I am trying to install AEM connector module available at below link. There is a zip file attached there. So once this zip is extracted there is one folder called magento2 which is the mangeto side connector.
I was looking for the package and it seems the module is the one placed into the directory: magento2
The real name of the module is InfieldDigital_Sample.
You should create the directory InfieldDigitalinto app/code and the copy the Sample directory from the zip file into that directory (InfieldDigital).
Then you should be able to activate the module (I guess).