AEM 6.4 comes with Livefyre feature package 1.2.6 pre-installed. This package only includes Livefyre integration with AEM Sites and must be uninstalled before installing an updated package. With the latest package, you can experience the full integration of Livefyre with AEM, including Sites, Assets, and Commerce.
Configure AEM to use your organization's Livefyre license credentials, allowing communication between Livefyre and AEM.
Select the configuration folder in which you want to create a new Livefyre configuration, then click Create.
Folders must have Cloud Configurations enabled in their properites before Livefyre configurations can be added to them. Configuration folders are created and managed in the Configuration Browser.
You cannot create a name for a configuration—it is referenced by the path of the folder it is in. You can only have one configuration per folder.
The Livefyre for AEM package includes an out-of-the-box integration between AEM Communities profiles and Livefyre's SSO service.
When users log into your AEM site, they are also logged into Livefyre social components. When a logged-out user attempts to use a Livefyre component feature that requires authentication (like uploading a photo), the Livefyre component initiates user authentication.
The default authentication integration may not be perfect for every site. To best match the authentication flow in your site templates, you can override the default Livefyre Authentication Delegate to meet your needs. Use these steps:
Edit and save /apps/social/integrations/livefyre/components/authorizablecomponent/authclientlib/auth.js to implement a Livefyre Auth Delegate that meets your needs.
For more information on customizing an Auth Delegate, see Identity Integration.
For more information on AEM Clientlibs, see Using Client-Side Libraries.
Before adding Livefyre components to a page within Sites, you must enable Livefyre for the page by either inheriting a Livefyre cloud configuration from a parent page or by adding the configuration directly to the page. Refer to your implementation for how to include cloud services on your site.
Once Livefyre is enabled for the page, containers must be configured to allow Livefyre components. See Configuring Components in Design Mode for instructions on how to enable different components.
Apps requiring authentication to post do not function until authentication is configured in Customize Single Sign-on Integration.
Select whether to create a new Livefyre app or to embed an existing one.
If embedding an existing app, AEM asks you to select the App. If creating a new App, the App will need to be populated before any content appears. The App will be created in the Livefyre site and network selected when Livefyre cloud configuration was enabled for the page.
For more information on inserting components, see Editing Page Content.
You can import Twitter and Instagram user-generated content (UGC) from Livefyre Studio to AEM Assets using the UGC Importer. After selecting the content to import, you must then request rights to the content before the import can be completed.
Before using Assets to import UGC, you must set up Social Accounts and Rights Requests accounts in Livefyre Studio. See Setting: Rights Requests for more information.
For rights requests, choose one of the following options under Actions in Bulk:
- Bulk Message to send a message to the owners of several assets at once.
- Bulk Attribute Content Rights to override the rights for multiple assets at once.
- Custom Actions to choose whether to message the asset owner or override the rights request for each individual piece of content. If you choose Custom Actions, send a rights request message or modify the message for a rights request under individual assets. If you choose to override the rights request, verify that you own the content.
If you sent a rights request, the content owner will see the rights request message on the respective network. For example, on Instagram, they will see a comment on their post:
You can see the status of a pending rights request for an asset in Livefyre Studio. If content is pending a rights request, the asset will not display in AEM Assets until rights are granted. The asset automatically appears in AEM Assets when a rights request is granted.
Twitter and Instagram have limits on identical requests coming from the same account. When importing more than a couple assets, modify the messages individually to avoid being flagged.
AEM Commerce users can seamlessly integrate their existing product catalog into Livefyre to drive user engagement in Livefyre's visualization Apps.
After you import the product catalog, the products show up in real time in your Livefyre instance. If you edit or delete items in your AEM Commerce Product Catalog, the changes automatically update in Livefrye.
Fill in Livefyre Page Prefix to link this collection to a specific page in AEM.
The page prefix defines the root path in your environment where searching for product pages begins. Livefyre chooses the first page that has a corresponding product associated to it. To get different pages for different products, multiple collections are needed.