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OSGI Configuration || R6 annotations

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Can we have a multifield property in OSGi. For e.g.

I have 2 properties A and B. And when i click on Plus i gotta configure both A and B.(Something similar that we do in AEM dialog multifield property).

So basically my A and b property are related so i want to configure different combinations of A and B.

#Note- I can achieve this using factory configs. Is there i can achieve this without using factory configs.

Thanks

Anupam

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Hi,

R6 annotations allowed only few types defined at https://osgi.org/javadoc/r6/cmpn/org/osgi/service/metatype/annotations/AttributeType.html

and there is no way to create multifield property like dialog but for single option multiple properties can be created.

Using OSGi annotations (>= AEM6.2) - Experience Delivers

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Correct answer by
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Hi,

R6 annotations allowed only few types defined at https://osgi.org/javadoc/r6/cmpn/org/osgi/service/metatype/annotations/AttributeType.html

and there is no way to create multifield property like dialog but for single option multiple properties can be created.

Using OSGi annotations (>= AEM6.2) - Experience Delivers

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As Arun states - there is no way to define a multifield property on DS OSGi.