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How do I populate a page property dropdown without using JSP?

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I found this tutorial (Adobe Experience Manager Help | Using Granite DataSource objects to populate AEM Touch UI objects ) and it uses JSP to populate a dropdown list in page properties.

Is it possible to do something similar with Java classes? Perhaps you can link me a tutorial? I've looked around and found nothing.

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Hi,

You can use data source object for populating dropdown using HTL sightly.

See this HELPX article: Adobe Experience Manager Help | Using an WCMUsePojo class to populate an Experience Manager Touch UI...

Hope this helps!!

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Ratna Kumar.

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