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How to add a new property for coral-column-preview-value

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Hello All,

Can any one please let me know how to add a new property(to show tags) to the preview list in AEM sites. I am using AEM 6.3 version.

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I want to show tags over here along with title,name and other properties.

Thanks,

Adithya.

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You can do it on the client side using javascript so that it's upgrade proof. Experiencing Adobe Experience Manager - Day CQ: In the blog "Experiencing Adobe Experience Manger - ...  has many posts on extending AEM consoles client side.

It will definitely be additional work but it will be helpful during upgrades. Give it a try!

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To add any new property to the preview list of pages, you need to overlay/override/slingresource merge this file /libs/screens/dcc/components/page/columnpreview/columnpreview.jsp.

Here is the logic how those properties showing up. You need to customize based on your requirement.

Best,

Cal    

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I believe there is another file to render site column preview, located at

/libs/cq/gui/components/coral/admin/page/columnpreview/columnpreview.jsp

Thanks

Arun

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[Note] Couldn't edit the previous post. Here's a revision.

To add any new property to the preview list of pages, you need to overlay/override/slingresource merge this file /libs/cq/gui/components/coral/admin/page/columnpreview/columnpreview.jsp. Here is the logic

how those properties showing up. You need to customize based on your requirement.  

Best,

Cal    

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Thanks for your help. I had implemented to display tags in our project by changing the columnpreview.jsp file.

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You can do it on the client side using javascript so that it's upgrade proof. Experiencing Adobe Experience Manager - Day CQ: In the blog "Experiencing Adobe Experience Manger - ...  has many posts on extending AEM consoles client side.

It will definitely be additional work but it will be helpful during upgrades. Give it a try!

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Hi @rmahendra I have a similar requirement but this link was not working. Do you have any other example?