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Different tags on the publish instance.

demd43642519
Level 4
Level 4

Hi guys,
I am running a project on AEM 6.3. I've encountered this strange situation where my publish instance has different tags compared to the author instance.

What may be the cause of this?

If I publish a new tag I am creating is working as expected. I'm looking for a reason why I have different tags on the publish instance. From what I know on publish it should only appear tags I publish.

1 Accepted Solution
demd43642519
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

Well, I've discovered that when I publish a parent tag, on publish instance a new tag with the same title be created. Having duplicates.

I've manually deleted that new duplicate tag from the publish instance and If I do the same operation again
(publish a parent tag) this will now behave correctly. I no longer have a duplicate on publish.

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3 Replies
smacdonald2008
Level 10
Level 10

Tags that you create on Author should be published as discussed here:

Administering Tags

Where your tags correctly published to the Production instance?

Gaurav-Behl
Community Advisor
Community Advisor

probably 'nosamplecontent' is applied to publish instance. Could you check the run modes passed on to cmd line/terminal/start.sh file

ps -ef | grep 4502

ps -ef | grep 4503

Could you share a couple tags that are missing in publish but present in author?

demd43642519
Correct answer by
Level 4
Level 4

Well, I've discovered that when I publish a parent tag, on publish instance a new tag with the same title be created. Having duplicates.

I've manually deleted that new duplicate tag from the publish instance and If I do the same operation again
(publish a parent tag) this will now behave correctly. I no longer have a duplicate on publish.

View solution in original post