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I searched my PC and found eight yaml files, but they're all related to WKND.

docker-compose-wdio-firefox.yaml

docker-compose-wdio-chrome.yaml

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When I go to http://localhost:4502/system/console/status-slingsettings, I get this for the two lines referencing Sling Home:

Sling Home = /aem/crx-quickstart
Sling Home URL = file:/aem/crx-quickstart/

However, I'm unable to navigate to http://localhost:4502/aem/crx-quickstart. I get "page not found". Is there another way to access and edit the sling.properties file?

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I found the sling.properties file, which hasn't been modified anytime recently:

 

sling.bootdelegation.class.com.rsa.jsafe.provider.JsafeJCE=com.rsa.*
sling.bootdelegation.class.org.bouncycastle.jce.provider.BouncyCastleProvider=org.bouncycastle.*
org.apache.sling.commons.log.file=""
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sling.ignoreSystemProperties=false

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It seems like you have tried many things. Why don't you try to change the crx-quickstart folder name to something else, and then re-execute the .jar file? Even better, why don't you grab a working state of docker from your colleagues docker image; this is actually recommended, as all developers will have the same docker setup for devleopment.

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Thanks for the suggestion. Could you go into more detail on the first suggestion (changing the folder name)? Also, to re-execute the .jar file, is that simply restarting Docker?

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Hi @Codelime ,

Can you check if your code bundle is active? Go to http://localhost:4502/system/console/bundles and search for your code bundle and make sure it is active.

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Yes, it's active. I did a complete reboot of my system, started Docker, opened Eclipse, re-deployed using Maven in Eclipse, started the AEM server in Eclipse, made sure the bundle was active, etc.

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@Codelime ,

 

Can you share your error.log file, which will be in your local file system, like below-

 

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@chintan97patel, Thank you for sharing answer with AEM community. Keep doing the wonderful work. We need great AEM SME's like here. Keep it up. Looking forward to see you more in the AEM community.

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I've searched and cannot find an error.log file or a crx-quickstart folder. When I navigate here (http://localhost:4502/system/console/slinglog/tailer.txt?tail=10000&grep=*&name=%2Flogs%2Ferror.log), I get a blank page. Status Sling Settings shows this, but how can I navigate to this in my File Explorer? 

Sling Home = /aem/crx-quickstart
Sling Home URL = file:/aem/crx-quickstart/