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How to refresh bundle in AEM Cloud?

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Hello.

 

I want to refresh a bundle but in cloud environment, "/system/console/bundles" is closed.

How to refresh a bundle?

Do I have to ask adobe support every time?

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Hey,

 

Yeah in Cloud you don't have access to those area's. This all depends on what you are trying to do. If you are trying to refresh your package/bundle then the easiest way would be increment your version and rebuild. From my experience for bundles that I don't control, there has been no reason to refresh. 

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Hey,

 

Yeah in Cloud you don't have access to those area's. This all depends on what you are trying to do. If you are trying to refresh your package/bundle then the easiest way would be increment your version and rebuild. From my experience for bundles that I don't control, there has been no reason to refresh. 

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Hi @watopin 

 

Unfortunately, you cannot. Instead, try cloud Manager  which provides access to a  developer console for each environment that enables the following to be reviewed in read-only manner:

  • OSGI configuration settings
  • Sling Servlet resolutions
  • Status of OSGI bundles, components, Oak indexes, and Sling jobs

Hope it helps!

Thanks,
Kiran Vedantam

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Employee Advisor

What do you mean with "refresh a bundle"? Do you mean the functionality behind the "Refresh" button in the OSGI webconsole? Or do you rather want to update the bundle (you compiled a new version locally and want to upload it into the webconsole)? The latter does not work in AEM as a Cloud Service, for that you should either use the new RDE approach or you need to run a pipeline.

 

Check https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/content/implementing/deploy... and