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DAM image URL Mapping with resource resolver mapping (etc/map)

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Can we do resource resolver mapping for DAM URLs like for content path we can?

Lets say we have a DAM URL like (/content/dam/test/en_us/footer.png), in publisher we can refer that image like http://localhost:4503/content/dam/test/en_us/footer.png

and we have dispatcher configured for the above publisher , where Images are getting cached.

But when we go to the site via dispatcher Eg. apache server , we get the image URLS like a relative URL like /content/dam/test/en_us/footer.png.

Can we do some resolver mapping , so that request coming with /content/dam/test -> http://test.example.com/content/dam/test.

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If you have used the relative path, then it should append the domain. it depends on how you are getting the path of the image.

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I have tried this, but still no expected result .

 

Attaching etc/map

[img]Capture.PNG[/img]

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Did you create a custom request rewriter as mentioned in the article  ? 

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Custom request writer i did not try, but i tried with the etc/map configuration.

other content URls are mapped to respective path, 

    Eg. /content/test/en_us -> http://test.example.com/content/test/en_us

         /content/test1/en_us -> http://test.example.com/content/test1/en_us

but /content/dam -> http://test.example.com/content/dam is not happening.

Is there any other configuration needs to be set from system/console/bundles?

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The default request rewriter in CQ does not rewrite URLs if they do not have HTML extensions. And therefore the DAM urls are not rewritten. You will have to implement a custom request rewriter to achieve rewriting of DAM urls. The same is mentioned in the article I had shared earlier. You can refer to the example code for the rewriter here - http://dev.cqblueprints.com/nexus/content/repositories/releases/com/cqblueprints/cqblueprints-all-re...

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Thanks for the help, custom CQ request writer solves the issue.smiley

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If i Want to create a custom request writer service like blue prints project, need small help.

I have created one java class like attached, i have used this in my existing bundle.

Service being registered , but its not rewriting the URLs,

Is there anything i am missing for this?

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