Not able to compile aem-guides-wknd repository

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01-09-2020

Hello All,

 I am new to AEM. I have set up AEM author and publish instances and able to deploy aem-guides-wknd repository using maven successful. The issue I have is with eclipse. I have installed aem plugin. When I open the aem-guides-wknd project, i get the following error and also do not see jcr-nodes properties in eclipse.

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I am on the following environment. I think I need to convert the app.ui and app.content project to content type projects in eclipse, but i am not sure how. When i go to configure on particular projects, I do not get the options to make those projects as content projects.

 

Maven 3.6.3

Eclipse 2020.06

Java 11.08

AEM 6.5

AEM Tools ...p2update-1.3.0.

 

Greatly appreciate any help.

 

Thanks

 

 

 

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After further investigation, I found that I need to set the correct jcr_root node in Project-> Properties. By default it is incorrect. 

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Setting these setting in both project UI.Apps and UI.Content resolved my issues.

 

Thank you for all your consideration and help

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02-09-2020

Hey @veemat1 I see that your eclipse is in 'Java' perspective. Please change your perspective from 'java' to 'AEM'. I hope you'd have already installed AEM developer tools. Once you change the perspective, you'll be able to see the 'properties' tab. Thanks, Bilal.

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02-09-2020

Thank you Veena.. will wait. Let me know if any more details needed

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01-09-2020

I will check this and tell you. Not sure with latest eclipse. I mostly use IntelliJ for development.