The Adobe Certified Expert - Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer exam guide provides potential candidates with information they need to prepare for the certification exam.
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Exam Guide Sections:
- Intended audience
- Exam information
- Minimum candidate experience
- Exam objectives and scope
- Online sample test
- Preparing for the exam
This exam is designed for individuals who are currently performing or have previous work experience with the job responsibilities of an Adobe Experience Manager Developer.
- Exam number: AD0-E100
- Exam name: Adobe Experience Manager 6 Assets Developer
- Certificate level: Certified Expert
- Status: Active
- Available languages: English
- Number of questions: 50
- Formats: Multiple choice and multiple select
- Duration: 65 minutes
- Delivery: Online proctored (requires camera access) or test center proctored
- Passing mark: 72% or 550 using a scaled score format of 300 to 700
- Price: $180 USD
Minimum Candidate Experience
At a minimum, the candidate seeking to become certified as an Adobe Experience Manager Assets Developer has:
- 1+ years CMS experience
- 1+ years CQ 5.x/AEM 6.x experience
- 1+ years Java developer experience
- Understands taxonomies and AEM tagging, AEM workflows, JCR, Sling, OSGi and databases
Exam Objectives and Scope
Section 1: Workflows (22%)
- You should be able interpret client needs in order to recommend the appropriate workflow strategies.
- You should know how to create custom asset workflows and custom workflow steps, modify existing asset workflows, and integrate workflows with InDesign Server.
Section 2: Metadata (32%)
- You should be able to generate renditions of different sizes and types, and make decisions required to customize metadata schema for different asset types.
- You should be able to evaluate a taxonomy hierarchy based on a client’s use case, enable assets to be easily searchable, and configure assets for translation.
Section 3: OSGi Bundles (28%)
- You should be able to make decisions required to develop OSGi bundles to manipulate assets.
Online Sample Test
The sample test allows you to see the type and format of questions that you will encounter in the actual exam. There is no sign on needed. The results of the sample test are not stored, and do not predict your actual test results.
AD0-E100 Adobe Experience Manager Assets Developer Sample Test
- Mark your answer in each question.
- Use the link “Send Comments for this Question” to provide specific feedback.
- Click Next on the upper portion of the screen to save your answer and move to the next question. You may return and revise your question within the specified time.
- On the last question, click Submit Exam to submit all your answers.
- Complete the short survey. Click Submit.
- Click “Take Me to My Results” to view your sample test result details.
Preparing for the Exam
You are not required to complete training before taking the exam, and training alone will not provide you with the knowledge and skills required to pass the exam. A combination of training and successful, on-the-job experience are critical to providing you with the repository needed to pass the exam.
Questions and Inquiries?
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The content of this exam guide is subject to changes and updates. Last update January 2020