My project's client libraries is split into different client libraries.
- categories string  [myproject.a]
- embended string  [myproject.b, myproject.c]
- categories string  [myproject.b]
- categories string  [myproject.c]
I created an editable template and in page policy in the Client-Side Libraries I add the category value of my project "myproject.a".
"myproject.a" as well as having its own style embeds that of all the others.
My problem is that when I create a page with the editable template and related policy it loads "only" the style of the client librarie "myproject.a" and not of B and C.
I have the same problem if I add client libraries B and C in the page policies. I also tried to change the load order but I still have the same problem.
Can you help me?
Thanks for your feedbacks. It's weird but I solved it with the "dependencies" property.
Hi, Are you expecting a separate request for clientlibs b and c?
If clientlibs a load and embed property is correct then it should load b and c in clientlibs a.
The property name embended is not correct though, the correct property name is embed
There are 2 input fields in editable template page policy setting where we can add clientlibs category names.
1. Client Libraries : category name mentioned here will load both css & js clientlibs at the page head & page body end.
Loads JS clientlibs only:
I hope you are adding clientlib category name("myproject.a") in first input field of policy setting, if "yes" then it will load both js & css from main & embed category clientlibs.