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ContentChecker error when refreshing content under /generic-lists.html/etc

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This question is related to ACS AEM Commons.  I realize that ACS is a separate organization, but they appear to lack a similar community forum, so I thought I would try my luck here.

 

I'm currently operating with Adobe 6.5.5.  My current objective is to upgrade from ACS AEM Commons 4.3.2 to as recent a version as possible without hitting a major obstacle.  Starting with version 4.4+, I've encountered a problem related to Generic Lists. 

 

To reproduce, first navigate to Tools -> ACS Commons -> Generic Lists

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On the generics lists page, note that you can refresh the page without incident.  You can also open any existing generic lists and edit them without problems.

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Now, in the upper middle of the screen, click on 'Generic Lists' and switch to 'etc'.

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You should be taken to /generic-lists.html/etc .  Now try refreshing the page.  I received: 

Cannot serve request to /generic-lists.html/etc in /libs/granite/ui/components/coral/foundation/admin/contentchecker/contentchecker.jsp

 

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I did not see similar entries in the server logs.

 

This behavior is problematic because we currently have generic lists located at /generic-lists.html/etc/tnc/config/lists.  Creating and editing lists at this location is still possible, but I get this error on various button clicks (save, cancel), and of course page refresh.

 

I thought that this might be a permissions issue, but I seem to have the required permissions:

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Given all of this, my questions are as follows:

  1. Are others observing this behavior?
  2. Is there a known solution, or do we just need to live with it?
  3. Would it be best practice to migrate all custom generic lists to '/generic-lists.html/etc/acs-commons/lists'?
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Yes, able to replicate the issue with AEM6.5.11 and acs commons 5.2.0 here -

 

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Correct answer by
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Yes, able to replicate the issue with AEM6.5.11 and acs commons 5.2.0 here -

 

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Thanks for the reply.  I'll proceed by migrating my generic lists to /etc/acs-commons/lists/.