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Issue with Adobe Experience Manager integration with PDF Embed API

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We have extended the PDF viewer core component in our AEM environments. We have also created API keys for each of the domains in the Adobe Developer Console. When we set up the PDF viewer component in our STAGE author environment, we get the message "This application domain is not authorized to use the provided PDF Embed API Client ID. (please see attached screenshots) The API key is set up to the correct domain.

 

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We see the following URL getting blocked by Websense on our internal network: https://documentcloud.adobe.com/view-sdk/main.js

We’re using it to connect to Adobe to pass the client API key for the AEM component “PDF Viewer”. Is there a workaround for this issue that anyone could recommend?

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Hi @joe_s66,

Could you please share the complete markup of the the div with class - cmp-pdfviewer. In particular,  data-cmp-document-path

Also, could you please confirm if all other domains are working fine and the only issue is with stage author ?

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It should work as its working perfectly fine for us across the environments.

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It looks like we need to whitelist the following 4 URI patterns in Forcepoint to resolve the issue. (there are other javascript files besides main.js that the component is dependent on) 

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/dc-core/

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/dc-rendition-provider/

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/dcpreviewdropin/

https://documentcloud.adobe.com/view-sdk/