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AEM cloud, where to set image cache headers?

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in our site, built with AEM cloud, all images have this header:

 

xx.jpg GET 200 www.oursite.com 57.8 kB private, max-age=600, immutable, max-age=300

 

There here are 3 issues:

1) max age should be 30 days, not 300 seconds

2) max-age is specified twice

3) we should really be using s-maxage in conjunction with max-age.

 

Where does one set this?  Do we have to use apache rules to overwrite headers in the cloud dispatcher?

What and where is the current 2x max-age set? It's not in our code or in any of the dispatcher or farms config that we can find.

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Hi @TB3dock,

If you have certain pattern of your image then I think you can take advantage of acs.commons.http.headers.impl.DispatcherMaxAgeHeaderFilter.

Please have a look of the below url:

https://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-commons/features/dispatcher-ttl/index.html

 

Hope this will help.

Umesh Thakur

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Hi - It must be configured in httpd.conf file . can you please check once.

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Hi @TB3dock,

If you have certain pattern of your image then I think you can take advantage of acs.commons.http.headers.impl.DispatcherMaxAgeHeaderFilter.

Please have a look of the below url:

https://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-commons/features/dispatcher-ttl/index.html

 

Hope this will help.

Umesh Thakur

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Hi, we are using AEM cloud, and we have been told this doesnt work with cloud. Are you sure this is a solution?