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AEM 6.5.6 - Move/rename page with associated launches

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30-09-2020

Hello peeps

 

AEM 6.5.6 doesn't let me move/rename a page from one location to another location if that page has any associated launches. I get this below error when I try to move such a page

 

Screen Shot 2020-09-30 at 11.13.01 am.png

While the message makes complete sense and I see a reason why is this not allowed out of the box. AEM 6.5 also gives author an option(checkbox) to delete the launch after the promotion and this will help with the accumulation of launches along with the purge task.

 

My question is, can I override this functionality to still allow pages with launches? This is going to be a temporary override.

What will be the preferred way to override this validation?

 

Thanks

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I believe the general limitation with moving launches is around the complexity in updating all the references to avoid orphaning nodes.

A move operation is pretty heavy to begin with, it's not as arbitrary as one would think.