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naveent23995593

19-06-2018

Hi guys

I created htmlfilter servlet ,this servlet  how to htmlfilter can be disabled by the bundle configuration: enable.htmlfilter.filter {Boolean}smacdonald2008kautuksahnitim-schwalbeJörg Hohdgordon86Woojinclawsonmghalpin

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Jörg_Hoh

Employee

19-06-2018

Hi,

The question is unclear to me, maybe you can confirm if I understood it correctly: You have written a servlet, and you want to be able to enable or disable the servlet via OSGI configuration. Is that correct?

The easiest way is to set ConfigurationPolicy to REQUIRED. This ensures that as soon as a OSGI configuration is present the servlet is being instantiated. If there is no OSGI configuration present the servlet is not active (not instantiated).

See acs-aem-samples/SampleOsgiR6AnnotationsImpl.java at master · Adobe-Consulting-Services/acs-aem-sampl...  for an example how to do with OSGI annotations.

Jörg

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naveent23995593

19-06-2018

Actually this is requirement

Create an HTML filtering filter as part of the publish tools bundle.

The filter can be disabled by the bundle configuration: enable.htmlfilter.filter {Boolean}

The filter must be disabled by default.

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naveent23995593

19-06-2018

yes what you said,, but it is boolean ,if it is true servlet eanble or dasable..

i followed u shared link but component is not visible in felix console

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Jörg_Hoh

Employee

19-06-2018

If the component is not visible, you haven't created a configuration for it. If you use the approach I described above (using ConfigurationPolicy) you cannot use the OSGI webconsole to do it, but you need to create an OSGI configuration in the repository. And if that configuration exists (and only then), the component will be started.

Jörg

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jane-e

24-06-2018

This is not a comment about the Forums, and this thread needs to be moved from Forum Comments to the correct forum. Which Adobe software is it about?