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Contexthub not defined in AEM 6.4

ranjna

04-02-2019

Hi Team,

Issue

Below are the steps to reproduce the issue

1. Open the asset share page and click on cart to download the assets.

2. On first attempt the assets will get downloaded from cart

3. Again open the cart and download the asset.

4. The asset will not be download and there is an error "contexthub is not defined .............contexthub.kernel.js"  on web console.

Trials

I read some article on this like

ContextHub is not defined following Download · Issue #237 · Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/asset-share-common...

and changed the asset share commons version from 1.5.0 to 1..6.6 on my local instance but the issue still persist.

Observation:

The js which this issue referring is, contexthub.kernel.js which is included in a JSP under libs path.(will update the path here)

The difference from AEM 6.3 is, contexthub node is not available under etc.

Please let me know if anyone got the resolution to above issue

Thanks,

Ranjna

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Gaurav-Behl

MVP

05-02-2019

Per link that you shared, the bug is fixed and released. You may install latest package, clear internal cached libraries and test otherwise, open a ticket similar to the link that you shared.

Releases · Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/asset-share-commons · GitHub

HTH

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ranjna

05-02-2019

Hi,

I did install the asc 1.6.12 but it couldn't resolve the issue.

What i have observed that contexthub and contexthubsegmentation path in content/home/en node is pointing to old location in etc which is not available in aem6. 4.

So i changed the reference to new location(libs) but then i am getting some methods are not supported issues.

Should i follow any sequence while installing asc?

Where should i point the reference location from content/home/en node?

Any suggestion would be really appreciated

Thanks,

Ranjna

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Gaurav-Behl

MVP

06-02-2019

As far as I know, the sequence of installation doesn't matter and it should point to /libs to utilize the updated features.

It would work with /etc as well but not sure if the behavior would be different.

Try this -

Use /etc path and add slingResourceSuperType to /etc path node and point it to /libs path. That might do the trick.

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ranjna

22-02-2019

i did overlay the part of ASC in my project so in this scenario ill have to do the changes in custom code after installing ASC updated package(1.6.12) and then there was a distortion in UI so i did fix that as well.  In the end , it did work out after combination of changes.

Thanks team for all your support

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ranjna

16-04-2019

Hi Team,

As i did mention above , the issue got resolved by installing ASC 1.6.12.

But there is some discrepancy while checking it on different environment.

1. It did work fine on local instance , Dev and QA with ASC 1.6.12 and does not work with ASC 1.5.0.

2. It is working fine on Stage with the old ASC 1.5.0 and looks like there is no need to install ASC 1.6.12 on stage environment.

Now if i go ahead in production with the as is ASC 1.5.0 , there is possibility that it may or may not work.

team, could you provide your suggestions and thoughts on above scenarios and with what version it is good to go in production ?

Thanks,

Ranjna

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Gaurav-Behl

MVP

17-04-2019

I assume the environments are not in sync w.r.t. CFP/SP/core components/OOB bundle versions.

The best approach would be to identify the gaps. Another solution could be to drill down into filter paths of ASC apps/content packages and check its impact.

Compare your STAGE & PROD and STAGE & local environments for the above mentioned filters to get more clues