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Is it safe to patch the cq-quickstart JAR file with all the hot fixes we need, rather than installing the hot fixes after CQ5 starts up and becomes ready?

LinearGradient
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Hi,

The other day I stumbled upon this blog post: https://cqdump.wordpress.com/2014/02/24/rewrapping-cq-quickstart-to-include-your-own-packages/

It basically shows how to repackage the cq-quickstart JAR file to contain all the hot fixes that one might need out of the box, rather than installing the hot fixes one by one.

Is this a safe approach? Does Adobe recommend it our discourage it?

We have found that REST-based hot fix upload and installation (that we use in our automated deployment scripts) to be a bit fragile. I was wondering if it is safe to use this approach instead?

This could potentially speed up our deployments as well.

Thanks,
Behrang

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Sham_HC
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Level 10
Level 10

Hi Behrang,

You can use it & not seen any issue reported so far.

Thanks,

Sham

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Sham_HC
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Level 10

Hi Behrang,

You can use it & not seen any issue reported so far.

Thanks,

Sham

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