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AEM Servlet Authentication

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The usecase is to expose an AEM Servlet to the outside world, Outside world will have to hit this servlet with some input information( Suppose a node name, node data etc which should not be passed a URL parameters as they are secured) using which the servlet should update or create new content in AEM.

Some questions around this usecase are as below

How will the input information would be passed along with the request?

What would be the  authentication mechanism that has to be used ?

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If you want to post information to an AEM servlet - you can do that. Write an AEM Servlet that accepts either a POST or a GET. See this article as an example of a standalone Java client app posting files to an AEM Servlet:

https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/post_files.html

(the Java client app represents the outside world)

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If you want to post information to an AEM servlet - you can do that. Write an AEM Servlet that accepts either a POST or a GET. See this article as an example of a standalone Java client app posting files to an AEM Servlet:

https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/post_files.html

(the Java client app represents the outside world)