I have created a Experience Fragment Template, varients and all working fine except Building Blocks, unable to add Building Blocks created to the cutom Template. Please help in this regard.
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Not sure why the answer is marked as correct,@arunpatidar. Has this fixed the problem?
In our case, of course the component is allowed on a template, it just doesn't appear as available in the list of components on experience fragment variation editor and you can't drag and drop a Building Block into the variation container.
exactly. And also I am not able to select it via "+" button, as this component is not displayed in the list of available components, although it is added to the template structure as one of the allowed components.
Error log on Author has following records, but those records are unlikely a result of any user action:
21.10.2021 16:18:38.774 *DEBUG* [ip-address 1634793518773] GET /libs/cq/experience-fragments/editor/clientlibs/buildingblocks.min.js HTTP/1.1] com.onepath.core.filters.LoggingFilter request for /libs/cq/experience-fragments/editor/clientlibs/buildingblocks, with selector min
21.10.2021 16:18:38.824 *DEBUG* [ip-address  GET /libs/cq/experience-fragments/components/admin/editor/buildingblocks/clientlib.min.js HTTP/1.1] com.onepath.core.filters.LoggingFilter request for /libs/cq/experience-fragments/components/admin/editor/buildingblocks/clientlib, with selector min
21.10.2021 16:18:40.176 *DEBUG* [ip-address  GET /libs/cq/experience-fragments/content/buildingblock.view HTTP/1.1] com.onepath.core.filters.LoggingFilter request for /libs/cq/experience-fragments/content/buildingblock, with selector null
What do you mean by "directly use" ? The component exists in AEM for usage within Experience fragments. The issue is "Unable to add Building Blocks".. to experience fragment.
Bluiding Block is a container component i.e. supertype Layout Container
Building Block component does not have dialog to configure this component.
I am not sure why you need to drag and drop building block component, instead you can create your own component with pasys.
BTW, the component is blocked to show in the component list if component name starts with buildingblock, you can try to create a copy of this component and rename it and try to use if it add any values.
Why do I need to drag and drop? Because it is a basic functionality.
watch from 4:22
In my case the component is "enabled" on the Experience Fragment template, but I can't drag and drop or see the component in the list. (though I can see "Layout Container" and all other enabled components)
This is possible, that I already suggested that you can use exsting building blocks, that was mentioned in the video, there is no way to add a component directly though you can add existing converted building blocks
I've converted a piece of Ex.Fr. into a building block, but I can't drag it to the container. Placeholder doesn't get highlighted with blue frame - it doesn't recognise that I am dragging a building block.
Make sure you allow buildingblock component in the template.
e.g. OOTB we-retail template and XF
The component is enabled. See screenshot in my comment of 21/10/2021 https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/unable-to-add-building-blo...
Same story as with Saiteja120, 30-12-2019 01:32 PST saying "Yes, checked in custom Template also. It's added in Policy."