When creating a new Content Fragment (CF), there normally should be a list of Content Fragment Models (in the create CF dialog page) to base your new CF on.
In one of our AEM ENVs, we have the peculiar case where, on this creation page, we can see only the "site" content fragment models, but not the global ones.
That is to say:
Items checked so far are:
To summarize, when creating a new CF, we can see the "site" CF models, but not the Global ones.
Any suggestions of where else to look in order to "allow" the global CF models??
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@david_dorr can you check below line items -
1. check whether content fragment models are in enabled mode
2. check whether required content fragment models are allowed on asset folder
We are using AEM 6.4.
In Tools > Assets > Models. We can see the global models and properties. However, there does not seem to be any UI to disable / enable a model ??
The configuration browser has allow CFs. As mentioned, we can use Site CFs, but not the global ones.
Actually, in my case, I had some kind of inheritance override coming from the content/dam folder which was interfering with the Cloud Configuration settings in my content fragments sub folder.
Many thanks all for your help and suggestions.
You can try adding allowed path to gloabl cf model
I tried adding
But this did not work. We also have a "twin" AEM instance, which does not have the global CF problem. In there, as well as here, we have set.
To add further...
It remains unknown why the global folder is not visible.