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How to publish list of pages by java(Servlet or services) ?

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Let's assume I have list of path like, /content/us/en/a,  /content/us/en/b,  /content/us/en/c etc. and I want to publish these content from java 

What I have ?

List<String> allPaths = allPagesPathWhichNeedToPublish();

and want to publish all pages which is in allPaths list. What java steps I need to follow to publish path/pages one by one.

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Hi @Shahid_Siddiqui_04,

Like @aanchal-sikka already described, you should use Replicator java API.

There are two options in your case:

  1. Iterate through all elements in your list and run replicate method for each item.
    @Reference
    private Replicator replicator;
    
    // place for other code
    
    List<String> allPaths = allPagesPathWhichNeedToPublish();
    
    Session session = resourceResolver.adaptTo(Session.class);
    for(String path : allPaths) {
      try {
        replicator.replicate(session, ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, path, null);
      } catch (ReplicationException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
      }
    }​
  2. Use dedicate replicate method, that is consuming array of paths, in this case you do not have to iterate through the collection in your code - this option looks much cleaner and better utilizes api capabilities
    @Reference
    private Replicator replicator;
    
    // place for other code
    
    List<String> allPaths = allPagesPathWhichNeedToPublish();
    // converting to array as this is format accepted by replicator
    String [] paths = allPaths.toArray(new String[allPaths.size()])
    
    try {
      replicator.replicate(resourceResolver.adaptTo(Session.class), ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, paths, null);
    } catch (ReplicationException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

Make sure that resource resolver object you will be suing has a proper level of permission to replicate pages. You can consider to create proper service user and create resource resolver using this user, to have full control of permission set.

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Hello @Shahid_Siddiqui_04 

 

We can use Replicator API to publish pages

 

  • create a Replicator instance by using @Reference annotation.
@Reference
private Replicator replicator;
  • Get a session
ResourceResolver resolver = request.getResourceResolver();
javax.jcr.Session session = resolver.adaptTo(Session.class);
  • Replicate the page by looping through the list
    try {
replicator.replicate(session, ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, path); log.info("Page activated: ", path); } catch (ReplicationException e) { log.info("Replication failed "+e.getMessage(), path); }

 

 


Aanchal Sikka

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Hi @Shahid_Siddiqui_04,

Like @aanchal-sikka already described, you should use Replicator java API.

There are two options in your case:

  1. Iterate through all elements in your list and run replicate method for each item.
    @Reference
    private Replicator replicator;
    
    // place for other code
    
    List<String> allPaths = allPagesPathWhichNeedToPublish();
    
    Session session = resourceResolver.adaptTo(Session.class);
    for(String path : allPaths) {
      try {
        replicator.replicate(session, ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, path, null);
      } catch (ReplicationException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
      }
    }​
  2. Use dedicate replicate method, that is consuming array of paths, in this case you do not have to iterate through the collection in your code - this option looks much cleaner and better utilizes api capabilities
    @Reference
    private Replicator replicator;
    
    // place for other code
    
    List<String> allPaths = allPagesPathWhichNeedToPublish();
    // converting to array as this is format accepted by replicator
    String [] paths = allPaths.toArray(new String[allPaths.size()])
    
    try {
      replicator.replicate(resourceResolver.adaptTo(Session.class), ReplicationActionType.ACTIVATE, paths, null);
    } catch (ReplicationException e) {
        e.printStackTrace();
    }

Make sure that resource resolver object you will be suing has a proper level of permission to replicate pages. You can consider to create proper service user and create resource resolver using this user, to have full control of permission set.