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migrate to EXPERIENCE FRAGMENT STRUCTURE COMPONENT to SITE STRUCTURE COMPONENT

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25-02-2021

Hi all,

i'm facing a challenge to migrate to EXPERIENCE FRAGMENT STRUCTURE COMPONENT to SITE STRUCTURE COMPONENT.

kindly anyone guide me

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Hi @karthick1356,

XF page is created using editable template created out of page component that is inheriting from /libs/cq/experience-fragments/components/xfpage

Site pages are created using editable template created out of page component that is inheriting from core v2 page - core/wcm/components/page/v2/page

If you are trying to include created XF pages as part of site pages, make use of Experience Fragment from General Component Group (has option to include the created XF variation)

Please do let know if you are looking for any specific information in particular.