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SDI with Sling Exporter

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hi Team,

 

I need to implement SDI like feature with Sling exporter. My page has many component which is mapped to corresponding model exporter. But need some component to avoid caching  at dispatcher side.

 

Just expecting something like include statement getting generated in dispatcher cache with trigger another request within the cache page json.

 

Any pointer would be appreciated , thanks in advance.

 

Regards,

Swapnil Gupta

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SDI expects the output to be HTML.

Sling Model Exporter implies the output is JSON.

 

What exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to stitch together a JSON response, where parts are static and other parts dynamic?

 

If that's the case SDI doesn't support this - and TBH, I'm not sure if Apache webserver even has the ability to do SSI in JSON (im not sure what that syntax would look like).

 

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So why are you not going with the SDI way. this can be implemented in SDI with nocache or TTL based on your caching requirement.

You just need to put SDI config for a single or multiple component in publish runmode apart from basic SDI configuration. 

 

If you are looking for something else please explain.

 

Umesh Thakur

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@Umesh_Thakur : Does SDI work with json output rather than html also. I have sdi kind of requirement but with json as response rather than html

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In this case can you com.adobe.acs.commons.http.headers.impl.DispatcherMaxAgeHeaderFilter with TTL for dispatcher like:

# Configuration created by Apache Sling JCR Installer
max.age="120"
filter.pattern=["path_pattern to json"]

 

we are using it for one dynamic json in our project.

 

Hope this will help.

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If have a (reasonably 🙂) finite number of inputs producing a (reasonably) finite number of permutations of JSON - you could also look at using HTTP Cache [1] to cache the entire JSON output in AEM memory and serve it from there.

 

[1] https://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-commons/features/http-cache/

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SDI expects the output to be HTML.

Sling Model Exporter implies the output is JSON.

 

What exactly are you trying to do? Are you trying to stitch together a JSON response, where parts are static and other parts dynamic?

 

If that's the case SDI doesn't support this - and TBH, I'm not sure if Apache webserver even has the ability to do SSI in JSON (im not sure what that syntax would look like).

 

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@davidjgonzalezzzz : your correct , that's exactly my requirement. Any other way to achieve this ?