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Add Policy to the custom components

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Hello All,

I have created one custom component and allow that component in my editable template.

But now I am not able to see policy options for my custom component.

In my custom component I have created cq:dialog and cq:editConfig and one HTML file

should I need to make any configuration or anything?

please help me with this

Thank you :-)

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If you're talking about the 'settings/policy' icon, then you'd need to add cq:design_dialog node. Otherwise extend your component from one of core components that already has the policy and thereafter you can customize it following the link shared by Arun above.

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If you're talking about the 'settings/policy' icon, then you'd need to add cq:design_dialog node. Otherwise extend your component from one of core components that already has the policy and thereafter you can customize it following the link shared by Arun above.

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gauravb10066713smacdonald2008

Thank you so much it worked for me.

If I am editing its policy and take an image component as my core components but it is showing me the policy screen of image component

so my question is can we build our own policy page and our own fields for our custom components?

Thank you.

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Hi @tirthtimaniya, I have the same requirement, did you get the answer on this question. Could you please share if any. Thanks

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Level 10

yes, check the core components for reference.

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Level 2

Thank you so much.

But still we have to use core components :-(

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Level 1

Please create design dialog for that component then you have see the policy option for that component in editable template