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Not able to call client libs from content fragmet in aem cloud

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12-05-2021

Hi All,

i want to load custom clientlibs in my content fragment page but the js call is not getting called.

 

http://localhost:4502/editor.html/content/dam/test/testcontentfragment  

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i am using categories - dam.cfm.authoring.v2

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But still my js is not geting called. 

 

@Arun_Patidar 

 
 
 
 
 

 

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13-05-2021

Hi @Raushan,

Please try dam.cfm.authoring.contenteditor.v2. This has the editor.js file which gets called on CF Editor.

Respective clientlibs path is available here - /libs/dam/cfm/admin/clientlibs/v2/authoring/contenteditor

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12-05-2021

@Raushan  Please try with "dam.cfm.authoring.editors.v2",

 

You can simply view the html source the editor page, and see either css/js file with /cfm/ and check the category of the file and use the same.