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Is there way to know nodes without jcr:content node?

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Hi All,

Is there any way/tool to know the JCR nodes without jcr:content?

Please help me!!!

Thanks,

Kishore

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Hi 

Please have a look at these posts:- 

Link:-http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manage...

// How to find nodes without specific child node? How can I find nodes without specific child node (e.g. jcr:content)?

 

Link:- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25019693/cq-5-query-builder-to-get-list-of-pages-without-jcrconte...

// to get list of pages without jcr:content node

 

I hope this would help you.

~kautuk

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Employee

Not sure I understand the question, what are you trying to achieve, why do you want to do this?

Regards,

Opkar

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Recently we have upgraded application from AEM 6.0  to AEM 6.2.

We see some of the nodes without jcr:content node.

Would like to know if there is any way to know the nodes without any jcr:content.

Thanks,

Kishore

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Is this specific to under a path like /content/<yoursite>? 

Or are you looking at this across the entire JCR structure? 

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smacdonald2008 wrote...

Is this specific to under a path like /content/<yoursite>? 

Or are you looking at this across the entire JCR structure? 

 

Looking for entire JCR structure.

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Are you seeing jcr:content nodes missing for your pages and assets ?

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I have seen it.

Wants to know if there are still any such nodes without jcr:content node in our application.

Looking for a way to know these kind of nodes.

-Kishore

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Hi 

Please have a look at these posts:- 

Link:-http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manage...

// How to find nodes without specific child node? How can I find nodes without specific child node (e.g. jcr:content)?

 

Link:- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25019693/cq-5-query-builder-to-get-list-of-pages-without-jcrconte...

// to get list of pages without jcr:content node

 

I hope this would help you.

~kautuk

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Hi Kautukashni,

I had tried with the below mentioned link but it is not working.

Link:- http://stackoverflow.com/questions/25019693/cq-5-query-builder-to-get-list-of-pages-withou t-jcrcontent-node

// to get list of pages without jcr:content node

And my requirment was to remove the jcr:content from the Dam Assets, Please find my Query below.

Jcr Query :

path=/content/dam

type=dam:Assest

child.name=jcr:content
child.operator=not_exists
p.limit=-1

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HI,

I above query child is a custom predicate , you have to create that before using. same is mentioned in Link also.

but If you want to check specific node with name you can use nodename like below:

path=/content/dam

type=dam:Assest

nodename=jcr:content

p.limit=-1

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Hi ,

        I Had tried with this Query as well.

type=dam:Assest

path=/content/dam

nodename=jcr:content

node.operation=not

p.limit=-1

But Still I am getting the list of pages which has jcr:content in it. My ultimate aim is to skip the jcr:content  from search results is there any way to that ?

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Community Advisor

Hi,

nodename doesn't support operation features only property does. So it won't work.

In this case you need to write your own predicate like Child to achieve this

OR you can create a servlet which traverse through path and find out all the Childs without jcr:content using Node API, and if you wish you can delete those nodes right away inside Servlet.

Thanks

Arun

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You could use the groovy console (http://localhost:4502/groovyconsole) with a simple script like:

final query = session.workspace.queryManager.createQuery("SELECT * FROM [cq:Page] AS page WHERE ISDESCENDANTNODE(page, '/content/yoursite')", "JCR-SQL2")
final results = query.execute()
results.nodes.each{ node ->
    if (!node.hasNode("jcr:content")) {
        println node.path + " is missing the jcr:content node"
    }
}

 As you can see, this only searches for pages but can be changed or extended to work for dam:Asset depending on your use-case.