The Coveo Adobe Experience Manager Connector supports the following indexing use cases:
Listening to author instance events to automatically trigger indexing.
Manually running an Adobe Experience Manager workflow on the publish instance.
Apply your mapping configurations on both author and publish instances to ensure shortened resource URLs are indexed and that resource content is found.
Listening to Author Instance Events
The Coveo Adobe Experience Manager Connector listens to publishing events originating from the author instance to automatically trigger the indexing of documents. Document unpublishing and deletion events on the author instance are also detected by the connector. The connector then deletes the given document from your Coveo index.
Running an Adobe Experience Manager Workflow
Performing a Rebuild of Your Adobe Experience Manager Content
coveo-rebuild workflow model considers the source root paths that you configured.
Specifying a payload when running the workflow is mandatory, though that payload isn’t actually used by the workflow.
To perform a rebuild of your Adobe Experience Manager content
On the publish instance, in the Workflow Models screen, select the
In the top menu, select Start Workflow.
In the Run Workflow panel, enter any value in the
/) and click Run.
Indexing a Specific Page and Its Children
Use this method to index the page you select and its children.
To index a specific page and its children
On the publish instance, navigate to the Adobe Experience Manager sites console.
Select the root page to index. The Coveo Reindex button will appear in the top menu.
Click Coveo Reindex.
Coveo provides daily connector log files in the publish instance
logs folder, with the undated
coveo-connector.log file being the most recent.
The connector logs may also be viewed and downloaded from the author instance Adobe Experience Manager Web Console Log Files page at
In addition to error reporting, the Coveo connector log files let you distinguish publishing-related indexing events (i.e.,
com.coveo.aem.handlers.CoveoResourceChangeListener class) from workflow-related indexing events (i.e.,
Minimum Log Level
The default minimum level of logs in Adobe Experience Manager is
You may determine that this level isn’t strict enough for the connector logs and want to reduce some noise by raising the minimum log level.
Conversely, if you notice an issue with the connector, you may want to decrease the minimum log level to record
debug logs, for a more comprehensive description of connector activities.
To change the
Log Level of the connector logs
Open the Adobe Experience Manager
logs\coveo-connector.logrow and, in the Configuration column, click .
Select the minimum log level you want.Figure 1. Decreasing the minimum log level to
DEBUGfor a finer description of connector activities
In the Configuration column, click Save.