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Rejected

Once the assets are migrated into Sitecore the assets must be mapped to user friendly folder structure in Media Library

Ajur D K 3 months ago in Productivity Management • updated by Tarun Chawla 2 months ago 1

Steps to reproduce:

1. Logon to Sitecore

2. Go to Browse Aprimo

3. Import any asset

Description:

Why we want the asset names to not lose the names, when migrated into Sitecore:

1. It will impact SEO.

2. It is very difficult to understand, from the current folder structure, as where image is imported.

3. We have a functionality on our website to pick the assets from folders and show it on the UI.

Expected behavior:

Business requested to have control on mapping assets to a folder within the Media Library in Sitecore on import.

Actual behavior:

Currently folder structure is created by Aprimo on asset import. see screenshot.jpg

Answer

Answer
Rejected

Hey Ajur, I am marking this request as rejected given our conversations about how the connector functions. The connector is designed such that the business users do not need to be concerned with the location of the asset in the media library and should always be using the 'browse aprimo' button .The connector will intelligently identify if an asset has been pulled in already and will not pull it in twice. As for SEO, as we discussed, you can pull additional attributes (such as the alt text) into Sitecore items which can then show up as attributes on img tags for SEO. 

Answer
Rejected

Hey Ajur, I am marking this request as rejected given our conversations about how the connector functions. The connector is designed such that the business users do not need to be concerned with the location of the asset in the media library and should always be using the 'browse aprimo' button .The connector will intelligently identify if an asset has been pulled in already and will not pull it in twice. As for SEO, as we discussed, you can pull additional attributes (such as the alt text) into Sitecore items which can then show up as attributes on img tags for SEO.