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Instanzen für Autoren- und Veröffentlichungsinstanzen in Beginn

Für Entwicklungs- und Demonstrationszwecke ist es erforderlich, eine Autoreninstanz und eine Veröffentlichungsinstanz auszuführen.
Befolgen Sie dazu die grundlegenden AEM Erste Schritte , die zu Folgendem führen:
AEM Communities:
  • The author environment is for:
    • Development of sites, templates and components.
    • Administrative and configuration tasks.
  • The publish environment is for:
    • The community experience of posting and moderating content.
    • Erstellen von Community-Gruppen, Mitgliedern und Mitgliedsgruppen.
If not familiar with AEM, view the documentation on basic handling and a quick guide to authoring pages .

Install Latest Communities Release

This tutorial creates an engagement community site and is based on AEM Communities 6.2 feature pack version 1.10.
To ensure the latest feature pack is installed, visit:

Konfigurieren Sie Analytics

When Adobe Analytics is configured for the community site , information on community activity is available that enhances the community member's experience as well as provides feedback to administrators of the site.
Die Integration mit Adobe Analytics ist optional.

E-Mail für Benachrichtigungen konfigurieren

Die Benachrichtigungsfunktion, die standardmäßig für alle Sites verfügbar ist, die mit der Communities Sites Konsole erstellt wurden, stellt einen E-Mail-Kanal für Benachrichtigungen bereit.
What is necessary is for email to be properly configured for the site.

Enable the Tunnel Service

When creating a community site in the author environment, the tunnel service makes possible the ability to assign roles to trusted community members registered in the publish environment. The tunnel service also allows access to community members from the Members and Groups consoles in the author environment.
The convention is for members and member groups created in the publish environment to not be recreated in the author environment. For more information see Managing Users and User Groups .
For simple instructions to enable the tunnel service on an author instance, see Tunnel Service .

Community Administrator Role

Members of the Community Administrators group are able to create community sites, manage sites, manage members (they can ban members from the community), and moderate content.

Benutzer erstellen

Create a user on author , who is assigned the role of Community Administrator:
  • In der Autoreninstanz
  • Anmelden mit Administratorberechtigungen
    • For example, username 'admin' / password 'admin'
  • From the main console, navigate to Tools > Operations > Security > Users .
  • From the Edit menu, select​ Add User
  • In the Create New User dialog enter:
    • ID : sirius
    • Kennwort: password
    • Confirm Password* : password
    • First Name : Sirius
    • Last Name : Nilson

Assign Sirius to Community Administrators Group

Blättern Sie nach unten zu Add User to Groups :
  • Enter 'C' to search
    • Wählen Sie nun eine der folgenden Optionen aus Community Administrators
    • Wählen Sie nun eine der folgenden Optionen aus Community Enablement Managers
  • Wählen Sie Speichern aus.

Enable Social Login

Before the demonstration versions of social login with Facebook and Twitter may be used, it is necessary to
  1. Install a fix pack or latest feature pack (for March 2017 Facebook API changes).
  2. Enable the OAuth provider in the publish environment.
For production servers, it is necessary to create the cloud services necessary to provide social login.

Create Tutorial Tags

Create tags to use for the engage and enablement tutorials, using the tag namespace of Tutorial .
Use the Tagging console to create the following tags:
  • Tutorial: Sports / Baseball
  • Tutorial: Sports / Gymnastics
  • Tutorial: Sports / Skiing
  • Tutorial: Arts / Visual
  • Tutorial: Arts / Auditory
  • Tutorial: Arts / History
Then follow the instructions to:
Sample package of tags created for the AEM Communities Getting Started Tutorials

MongoDB for UGC Common Store

It is recommended, but optional, to set MSRP (MongoDB) as the common store to experience the flexibility of moderating all UGC from either publish and/or author environments.
For instructions visit How to Setup MongoDB for Demo .
By default, the installation of the author and publish AEM instances result in user generated content (UGC) being stored in JCR Tar storage which is accessed using JSRP . JSRP is not a common store, which means UGC is visible only on the instance on which it was entered. Typically, UGC is entered on a publish instance and would not be visible in the author environment, resulting in all moderation tasks needing to use the publish instance.