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Content fragment not visible after create folder in tools - general - config browser

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I have created a folder in configuration browser and checked content fragment model. But that folder is not showing under tools- assets- content fragment model. We are unable to create content fragment model.

 

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@GS04 you can follow this tutorial on how to setup the content fragment models structure, https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=-Hn3UDJMc98

 

After creation of your content fragments model structure, you should be able to find the created-resources under the /conf/my-site/* folder.

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@BrianKasingli 

I have created folder under configuration browser 

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But this folder is not coming on assets - content fragment model.

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I am not able to create content fragment model. And also create button is not coming. We are doing in place upgrade from 6.3 to 6.5

 

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I can see in crx/de that conf/CFMdemo is present. Some Out of the box CFM's are also present like global, but they are not visible in http://localhost:4502/libs/dam/cfm/models/console/content/models.html/conf

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Let us try to debug your environment. Tell me what you can find from the error logs.

Follow the steps in this blog and let me know, https://sourcedcode.com/blog/aem/development/basic-steps-to-debug-an-error-in-aem

 

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I am having same issue in one of our environments where I cant see folder in content fragment models however Ive created the required cloud configuration. Were you able to find out the issue?

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@GS04 It appears to be a User Permission Issue, can you please make sure the user you are logged in and trying to browse through CF Models console has below permission on /conf/global/settings/dam/cfm

 

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You need to have create rights to see the create button 

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I verified, ive got all the required permissions, in fact I also gave it a try using administrator user but I can still not see my Content Fragment Models. It works well in my local though, where I am able to create new confs and see the folders getting created inside assets -> CFMs

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I believe you must be using 6.5 on your local which might not be an inplace upgrade.

@troubleshooter3 In comments you have mentioned that its a migration from aem6.3 to 6.5. If so it is, can you please elaborate how you have created CFs in aem6.3. Using Simple Fragment as OOTB template, or you have used custom CF template or You used CFModels, which were introduced during AEM 6.3.

If you have CFs created out of CF Templates, which was prevalent until AEM6.3, then you will to write a migration utility for these CFS.

 

If you don't have existing CFs to be migrated, and just want to see CFMs enabled after inplace upgrade, probably you will have to install few service packs on top of 6.3 before you upgrade it to 6.5. Please explore from below links:

https://helpx.adobe.com/in/experience-manager/kb/how-to-utilize-content-fragment-models-in-aem-6-3-3...

https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/content-fragment-models-in...

 

 

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