Using Content Properties to Export Content
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Apps are represented as cq:Pages in AEM.
They share the same common properties found in any cq:Page in addition to others shown below that represent integration supporting properties.
The following table shows App Properties and Nodes .
Path to a configured Mobile On-Demand Cloud Service. Used for AEM Mobile to Mobile On-Demand actions (API invocation)
This association is configured via the Manage Connection tile when an author chooses a Mobile On-Demand Cloud Service to associate the app to.
Path to the app's export configs. The export config is a folder with 2 child ContentSync export configuration templates;
dps-article : ContentSync export configuration to export article content
dps-HTMLResources : ContentSync export configuration to export app/article shared resources
Id/URI of the Mobile On-Demand project this App is linked/bound to.
This association is configured via the Manage Connection tile when an author chooses the project from a list of available projects for the associated Mobile On-Demand Cloud Service.
|dps-sharedHTMLResources-lastUploaded||Date||Date of last upload of shared resources from AEM to AEM Mobile.|
|dps-sharedHTMLResources-lastUploadedBy||String:userid||Id of the user that performed the last upload of shared resources request from AEM to AEM Mobile.|
|pge-dashboard-config||String:Path||Path to a dashboard configuration. The path can be redirected to a custom dashbaord configuration as needed.|
Path to a cq:Component that is or extends mobileapps/core/components/instance.
This provides the presence and rendering in the Apps Catalog.
You can use Content Properties to create content. See the following resources for creating and exporting articles and shared resources: