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Create Adobe Share-Link from Windows Command Line or Pwershell

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I would love to be able to use Windows 10 Command line or powerShell to access a file at a given path: @"c:\a\bout_to_share_this.pdf" and using a flag "/L" create a share link: "https://this_link_was_made_in_cli:urn:trackmyarse?US/HeXiDeC" and stdout it | or pipe it anwhere like a clipboard | clip

Does this already exist?

 

I have refrenced the stack overflow topic here which was informative but still no solution:

https|://|stackoverflow.com/questions/619158/adobe-reader-command-line-reference

 

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Create Adobe Share-Link from Windows Command Line or Pwershell

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I would love to be able to use Windows 10 Command line or powerShell to access a file at a given path: @"c:\a\bout_to_share_this.pdf" and using a flag "/L" create a share link: "https://this_link_was_made_in_cli:urn:trackmyarse?US/HeXiDeC" and stdout it | or pipe it anwhere like a clipboard | clip

Does this already exist?

 

I have refrenced the stack overflow topic here which was informative but still no solution:

https|://|stackoverflow.com/questions/619158/adobe-reader-command-line-reference

 

Thanks and have a great day.

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Not possible with Adobe Acrobat.

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Adobe Experience Manager uses this concept via FTP and sFTP.

 

As mentioned, it is not possible with Acrobat nor Reader using the creative cloud nor the document cloud.  

 

!BUT...

 

Here's some interesting workflow broken down in the AEM guidance.   You can use command line from MS Windows , shell scripting in text files, and even form Unix-like command line.

 

FTP hosted account must be purchased and the user is responsible for setting up their servers to upload and  publish their management content to a commerce cloud or AEM repositories.

 

 

And guess what?   Linux RedHat also runs part of the show in the background.  See here:

 

 

Tomorrow is here guys...tomorrow IS  HERE !!!!!!!!

 

 

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