I have a fresh AEM 6.3 installation and have been working with package manager.
I took an existing AEM site and created a package from it on another build location. I didnt take anything from the system files, mostly just /apps/[sitename], /content/[sitename], /content/dam/[sitename] /etc/acs-commons/
I installed the package on my fresh build and then AEM crashed. I got several of these messages on the package manager screen.
The logfile has a bunch of stuff in it as well, mostly errors that they can't find an email for my username (bf), which would make sense since I did not add an email and things such as warnings that I need to allow a certain mime type when importing a file. The package says it installed correctly, but now there is a httperror 500 when AEM tries to start. The package says it installed correctly, but when trying to do anything in AEM this message appears.
The log file details this
It looks like it is trying to authenticate user 'Admin' and then gets a connection refused. Why would my connection on localhost be refused? This was from installing a simple package. It didnt have any major system files, I just wanted to import templates, content, and small site that existed on my other server.
My ideas - I've tried clearing the indexes folder, and that gave me a 403 service not found. Is the /etc/acs-commons/ folder not exportable? Thats the only other one that I could see that didnt have any content. This error also appears after restarting AEM, and restarting my server in general.
Any ideas would be helpful for me to troubleshoot/learn a bit more about the AEM package manager process.
It is coming blank because you are not login as admin .Login as admin .Below is the Screen-shot where you will see the pop-up after clicking the red rectangular box(shown in screenshot).Fill the username and password will propt the whole content tree on the left side.
if you get whole data on left-side that means you can access you url.