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CRX path to use in DDX?

ekehiu
Level 1
Level 1

When doing DDX, what is the path to use to pull a PDF or XDP file from the CRX repository?

I know the path to use if the file is in a folder on the server.

If I load a PDF or XDP via the AEM Forms UI under Assets, what path do I use to retrieve it via the DDX?

<DDX xmlns="http://ns.adobe.com/DDX/1.0/">
<PDF result="result">
<XDP>
<XDP source="file:////adobe/xdps/eForms/EMED-48-07-TEST.xdp"/>
</XDP>
<PDF source="file:////adobe/DocumentStorage/eforms_static/dev/45098.pdf"/>
<NoForms/>
</PDF>
</DDX>

1 Accepted Solution
sharoon23
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi ekehiu,

Currently, DDX does not directly support specifying CRX paths in source attributes to pull files from repository. However, you can put an arbitrary string in source attribute and specify a document object [1] in the input map against that key. Document objects can be constructed using CRX node paths and hence, can solve your purpose.

[1]: https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6-2/javadocs/com/adobe/aemfd/docmanager/Document.html

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kautuk_sahni
Community Manager
Community Manager

Moving this thread to AEM Forms Topic.

~kautuk

sharoon23
Correct answer by
Employee
Employee

Hi ekehiu,

Currently, DDX does not directly support specifying CRX paths in source attributes to pull files from repository. However, you can put an arbitrary string in source attribute and specify a document object [1] in the input map against that key. Document objects can be constructed using CRX node paths and hence, can solve your purpose.

[1]: https://helpx.adobe.com/aem-forms/6-2/javadocs/com/adobe/aemfd/docmanager/Document.html

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