"page has no template assigned" error

carolynr5682886

12-02-2019

Hi -

I've created a new editable page template and a page to use it. However, when I go to my publish instance to render the page I am always getting this error :

12.02.2019 15:00:51.035 *ERROR* [10.223.43.6 [1550012451027] GET /publish/content/xxxx/en/test-2/flex-homepage-test.html HTTP/1.1] org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingRequestProcessorImpl service: Uncaught SlingException

java.lang.IllegalArgumentException: page has no template assigned

at com.day.cq.wcm.foundation.TemplatedContainer.<init>(TemplatedContainer.java:66)

at com.day.cq.wcm.foundation.impl.templated.TemplatedContainerAdapterFactory.getAdapter(TemplatedContainerAdapterFactory.java:77)

but only when I am not authenticated on the publish instance. When I am authenticated on the publish instance I am able to see my page render.

All of my other pages are using static templates and are visible on the publish instance without being authenticated on the publish instance. What am I missing/doing wrong on this editable template and page to cause it to give me this error?

Thanks in advance for your help.

Accepted Solutions (1)

Accepted Solutions (1)

Gaurav-Behl

MVP

12-02-2019

Since you are using both static/dynamic templates together, my thought is that some configuration is missing in this setup.

check the following:

  • 'cq:conf' property is defined on root page with proper value like  /conf/<root> to link editable template structure
  • 'cq:allowedTemplates' is defined on root page with proper value like /conf/<root>/settings/wcm/templates/.*
  • your editable template has proper conventions to pick up clientlibs/designs as it should be in editable template vs static template
  • refer to /content/we-retail editable templates and compare it against your template, content page, conf folder configurations and try to find more clues

Answers (1)

Answers (1)

carolynr5682886

13-02-2019

Thank you.

  • 'cq:allowedTemplates' is defined on root page with proper value like /conf/<root>/settings/wcm/templates/.*

was missing from my root page. Once added I could see the page now.