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AEMaaCS local instance issue

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Hi Everyone,

 

Anyone faced this issue "/libs/fd/af/authoring/editors/rendercondition/template-v2/template-v2.jsp(32,0) The absolute uri: http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/guides/2.0 cannot be resolved in either web.xml or the jar files deployed with this application

 

facing this issue on local AEMaaCS, however, it works fine on higher environment.

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Hello @Gatsby 

 

try to alter the JSP file from <%@ taglib prefix="cq" uri="http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/guides/2.0" %> to <%@taglib prefix="cq" uri="http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/cq/1.0" %>.

 

Also Check if the http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/guides/2.0 is embedded in the final build of the JAR file. If it's not, add it in the Maven-bundle-plugin in the Embed-Dependency section.

 

Thanks,

Venkat

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@Gatsby , What is the status of the bundles ? Are all of them active?

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Hello @Gatsby 

 

try to alter the JSP file from <%@ taglib prefix="cq" uri="http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/guides/2.0" %> to <%@taglib prefix="cq" uri="http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/cq/1.0" %>.

 

Also Check if the http://www.adobe.com/taglibs/guides/2.0 is embedded in the final build of the JAR file. If it's not, add it in the Maven-bundle-plugin in the Embed-Dependency section.

 

Thanks,

Venkat

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