We are using the cloud AEM jar which is run using
java -jar aem-publish-p4503.jar" and/or
java -jar aem-author-p4502.jar
Shows a dialog for adding an existing local server:
However, this doesnt seem to exist. The current server section only allows "new" servers to be created on port 8080, not to connect to an existing local server on port 5403.
Is there any way to use the AEM Eclipse dev tools with a locally running cloud instance?
Basically, we would like to put some content into our project and have it deployed to the AEM server, but it's hard to hand write content.xml files.
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Dear @TB3dock ,
If it's just one time activity I would suggest to create package through package manager - download and extract it to have it in file system. (.content files might be in hidden mode just in case if you are using Mac) unhide them by pressing cmd + shift + .
Additionally you can use different IDE's eg. Intellij with IntelliVault or VSCode.
Hope that helps!
Hi, thanks for the reply. I am using eclipse, with the AEM plugin, but I cant get it to work. I have the cloud SDK version of AEM running on port 4502 and 4503, but I cant find a way to connect to it. I can obvoiusly deploy our app locally using
mvn install -PautoInstallPackage
But this doesnt help me with having to hand write hundreds of content.xml files, when I should be able to get them from the running server.