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Hi,

 

How to find whether an index(suppose /oak:index/principalLucene) is custom one or OOTB One in aem.
If there is any documentation please provide it.

 

 

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Hi @Vani1012 

Index Names :

 

An index definition can fall into one of the following categories:

Out-of-the-box (OOTB) index. For instance: /oak:index/cqPageLucene-2 or /oak:index/damAssetLucene-8.

 

Customization of an OOTB index. These are indicated by appending -custom- followed by a numerical identifier to the original index name. For example: /oak:index/damAssetLucene-8-custom-1.

 

Fully custom index: It is possible to create an entirely new index from scratch. Their name must have a prefix to avoid naming conflicts. For instance: /oak:index/acme.product-1-custom-2, where the prefix is acme.

Ref : Index names 

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Hi @Vani1012 

Index Names :

 

An index definition can fall into one of the following categories:

Out-of-the-box (OOTB) index. For instance: /oak:index/cqPageLucene-2 or /oak:index/damAssetLucene-8.

 

Customization of an OOTB index. These are indicated by appending -custom- followed by a numerical identifier to the original index name. For example: /oak:index/damAssetLucene-8-custom-1.

 

Fully custom index: It is possible to create an entirely new index from scratch. Their name must have a prefix to avoid naming conflicts. For instance: /oak:index/acme.product-1-custom-2, where the prefix is acme.

Ref : Index names 

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Is it not possible to compare with a vanilla instance with Service Pack and Core components etc. setup and no custom code installed?

The difference in these two setup with and without custom code should be able to I believe.