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10-11-2017

Is it possible to add a multifield to a content fragment model?

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10-01-2019

Anand,

I agree. I believe content fragments should just be a "dialog" box of data in the jcr (kind of is). Are you saying putting a delimiter in a text field and parse it when I pull it from the jcr? I think that will be a good solution, but I don't think it is an ultimate solution. I think the ultimate goal is to be able to have all kinds of content fragment types....Like above. I looked into creating a new type of field (like multi-field) in content fragments, but have not had the time to finish it.

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