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How to read property from OSGI configuration in AEM 6.1 in model class which extends WCMUse class

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I am extending my model class to WCMUse class to write my business logic. I have osgi configuration which has couple of properties. I want to read one of the property in my model class. I am not sure how to get the handle of osgi configuration in WCMUse class. Any pointers will be highly appreciated. 

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Hi,

public class SightlyComponent extends WCMUse  { private String myTitle; @Override public void activate() { myTitle = "My Project " + getCurrentPage().getTitle(); MyService service = getSlingScriptHelper().getService(MyService.class); service.action(myTitle); } public String getMyTitle() { return myTitle; } }

This is demo piece of code which will help you to call a service in sightly class.

Write a small service to read those configuration properties and then call your service like above in sightly class

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Hi,

public class SightlyComponent extends WCMUse  { private String myTitle; @Override public void activate() { myTitle = "My Project " + getCurrentPage().getTitle(); MyService service = getSlingScriptHelper().getService(MyService.class); service.action(myTitle); } public String getMyTitle() { return myTitle; } }

This is demo piece of code which will help you to call a service in sightly class.

Write a small service to read those configuration properties and then call your service like above in sightly class

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You can use ConfigurationAdmin and get the properties using pid of the service from where you need to read the properties

ex:

@Reference

Private ConfigurationAdmin config;

Configuration config = configAdmin.getConfiguration(<pid>);

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Hi 

Apart from what mentioned in above mentioned posts, You can refer to following :-

@Reference
    ConfigurationAdmin configAdmin;
   
    /*Get the configurations based on the fully qualified name of your Bundle*/
    Configuration config = configAdmin.getConfiguration(Constants.FULLY_QUALIFIED_CLASS_NAME);

    /*Get the configuration properties / returns a Dictionary Object*/
    Dictionary<?, ?> properties = config.getProperties();
   
    /*Iterate through the Dictionary properties to get your configurations*/   
    String item = (String) properties.get(Constants.CONFIG_ITEM);

 

Link:- http://myadobecq.blogspot.in/2013/12/reading.html

 

Another Reference link :- http://www.wemblog.com/2012/10/how-to-work-with-configurations-in-cq.html

I hope this will help you.

 

Thanks and Regards

Kautuk Sahni