Your achievements

Level 1

0% to

Level 2

Tip /
Sign in

Sign in to Community

to gain points, level up, and earn exciting badges like the new
Bedrock Mission!

Learn more

View all

Sign in to view all badges

Setting available components in policy for nested parsys in AEM 6.4

Avatar

Level 3

Hi,

I have a classic case of a container component that I can drag into the main layout container. My container component contains another layout container (parsys/responsivegrid).

I am able to configure the policy for main layout container on the page but I couldn't find a way to set a policy for the layout container in my component. Prior to AEM 6.4 I would do this in /etc/designs but that folder doesn't even exist in AEM 6.4 and I don't want to create one and handle this in a legacy way.

Any suggestions?

Cheers!

4 Replies

Avatar

Community Advisor

Hi,

In dynamic template, policies are store at /conf/  folder e.g.

/conf/AEM64App/settings/wcm/templates/demo-template/policies

you can try same as you are doing with /etc/design/

Avatar

Level 3

I know it's in conf ...I think I already tried about 30 different node structures in my policy and template. I can set the policy on my component if I add a design dialog. I don't know how to set the policy on the parsys inside my component. Also if I include a parsys with data-sly-resource in a page with templated content I see 2 parsys. I think I need to extend the parsys/responsivegrid otherwise it won't work.

Avatar

Community Advisor

Can you tell me how did you do same with static template, I can try something.

Otherwise you can go with extend/override.

Avatar

Level 3

Before it was easy since any parsys on the page could be configured in design mode and then you could just import the node structure generated in etc/designs/project/template into your project. Right now with policies things don't really work as I would expect. It's very simple to test this. Just create an empty component and in it's component.html add

<sly data-sly-resource="${par @ resourceType='wcm/foundation/components/parsys'}"></sly>

or

<sly data-sly-resource="${par @ resourceType='wcm/foundation/components/responsivegrid'}"></sly> 

Drag this new component onto one of your pages. I couldn't find a way to configure the parsys in the component with policies. If I create the par node in crxde there is a strange behaviour where I end up with two parsys containers in my component for some reason - one seems to inherit the policy from the parent and one that I still can't configure. I'm inclined to think this might be a bug.