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AEM cloud - custom node/property hide in the dialog

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Hi Team,

I need to hide a few custom nodes in the dialog. sling:hideResource is not working since the fields are custom. Could someone suggest how to hide few fields & set default values to send it in the json please?

 

Thank you

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Hi All,

Thank you all for the replies. I tried few approaches that has mentioned in the comments above but no luck.

I tried to add granite:class hide. It worked for me as expected.

 

Hope this would help for others.

 

Thank you!

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If you search for "aem dialog show hide" you will find a lot of examples on the web. One of them that looks a bit old though but might still be working is this one:

 

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager-blogs/show-hide-cq-dialog-...

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Level 4

Hi @cwalter 

it's not show/hide, i want to hide fields in the dialog.

ex: hidden boolean true 

but its not working on cloud.

 

Any other recommendations please?

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Hi @cwalter 

I want to hide b & c fields while opening the dialog.

 

Lakshmi9_0-1677664898292.png

tried hidden but no luck. Disable is working but it's not my requirement. 

Kindly suggest if any

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Community Advisor

try adding below if you are using coral3 

granite:hidden=true

The HTML hidden attribute.

 

 

https://developer.adobe.com/experience-manager/reference-materials/6-5/granite-ui/api/jcr_root/libs/... 

 

or try adding granite:class="hide"



Arun Patidar

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Hi @Lakshmi9 

 

You can write custom JS to hide the dialog field you want.

 

Hope it helps!

Thanks,
Kiran Vedantam.

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Level 4

Hi All,

Thank you all for the replies. I tried few approaches that has mentioned in the comments above but no luck.

I tried to add granite:class hide. It worked for me as expected.

 

Hope this would help for others.

 

Thank you!