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Generate sitemap.xml in 6.5.10

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Hello,

We are using service pack 6.5.10, and we want to generate a sitemap.xml. Whatever documents I have read so far all talk about the AEMaaCS approach or OSGi config that comes with 6.5.11 or later version. I haven't found anything about the lower versions.

Also, we recently migrated our existing site to AEM. So, we already have a sitemap.xml file from the previous codebase. Is it possible to upload it somewhere in AEM and utilize it?

Thank you!

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@webdev91 There are 2 options available i.e. on-demand and the scheduled.

As information provided by @B_Sravan you can utilize the core components to implement the same. But if you can certain requirement for modifying the content while generating the sitemap, proceed with the scheduler approach.

@Component(service = SitemapGenerator.class)
@ServiceRanking(20)
public class MySitemapGenerator extends ResourceTreeSitemapGenerator {

    @Inject
    private String location;

    @Inject
    private String locations;


    @Override
    protected void addResource(final String name, final Sitemap sitemap, final Resource resource) throws SitemapException {
        Page page = resource.adaptTo(Page.class);
        location = page.getPath() + Constants.HTML_EXTENSION;
        locations = MyUtils.getExternalizedLink(location, resource.getResourceResolver());
        final Url url = sitemap.addUrl(locations);
        final Calendar lastmod = Optional.ofNullable(page.getLastModified())
                .orElse(page.getContentResource()
                        .getValueMap()
                        .get(JcrConstants.JCR_CREATED, Calendar.class));
        if (lastmod != null) {
            url.setLastModified(lastmod.toInstant());
            url.setPriority(2);
        }
    }
}

Sample code where modifying the links for the sitemap.

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Hi @webdev91,

 

Recently Adobe has come up with a core component for the sitemap feature, leaving the ACS commons or Osgi config approach deprecated.

And since you mentioned that this is a recent migration, I would strongly recommend you to use the latest version of core components.

More on new sitemap feature: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-learn/sites/seo/sitemaps.html 

New core components' dependency details : https://github.com/adobe/aem-core-wcm-components 

I hope this answers your question, 
Thank you.

 

Regards,

Sravan

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Correct answer by
Community Advisor

@webdev91 There are 2 options available i.e. on-demand and the scheduled.

As information provided by @B_Sravan you can utilize the core components to implement the same. But if you can certain requirement for modifying the content while generating the sitemap, proceed with the scheduler approach.

@Component(service = SitemapGenerator.class)
@ServiceRanking(20)
public class MySitemapGenerator extends ResourceTreeSitemapGenerator {

    @Inject
    private String location;

    @Inject
    private String locations;


    @Override
    protected void addResource(final String name, final Sitemap sitemap, final Resource resource) throws SitemapException {
        Page page = resource.adaptTo(Page.class);
        location = page.getPath() + Constants.HTML_EXTENSION;
        locations = MyUtils.getExternalizedLink(location, resource.getResourceResolver());
        final Url url = sitemap.addUrl(locations);
        final Calendar lastmod = Optional.ofNullable(page.getLastModified())
                .orElse(page.getContentResource()
                        .getValueMap()
                        .get(JcrConstants.JCR_CREATED, Calendar.class));
        if (lastmod != null) {
            url.setLastModified(lastmod.toInstant());
            url.setPriority(2);
        }
    }
}

Sample code where modifying the links for the sitemap.