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Unable to save asset properties

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Hi Everyone,

I created custom metadata fields and when I tried to update these fields and click the Save & Close button, the following error is encountered:

"Unable to edit properties Insufficient permissions"

 

I already have the admin permission. I hope you guys can help!

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Hi @10024 ,

 

While creating metadata you might have specified different namspace like shown below , so you need to create namespce by logging in /crx/explorer/index.jsp --> Node Type Administration --> add new namespace like asl for me 

 

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khamat_bn_1-1608557892861.png

 

 

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Correct answer by
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Hi @10024 ,

 

While creating metadata you might have specified different namspace like shown below , so you need to create namespce by logging in /crx/explorer/index.jsp --> Node Type Administration --> add new namespace like asl for me 

 

khamat_bn_0-1608557640561.png

 

khamat_bn_1-1608557892861.png

 

 

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Hi @khamat_bn , Thanks for your response. It helped my query as well.
But, now taking this forward - I wanted to know where is this getting stored as I have to include this in my codebase, might be stored as configuration somewhere or not.
Taking reference of this Adobe KB article: https://experienceleague.adobe.com/en/docs/experience-manager-learn/cloud-service/developing/advance...
In this article, we are writing it as a configuration for the namespace - although this is for 'AEM as Cloud Service'
cc: @10024 If you have any input on this, please help!