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WCM IO - Label id is shown instead of Label value

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05-04-2021

We have installed the wcm.io package in our AEM instance via inclusion in pom.xml. CA configuration is working fine, except that labels are not shown properly. Instead of a label, it’s showing a label id. I have verified all wcm.io bundles are active in the system/console. I have attached the screenshots below. Any pointers will be appreciated.

 

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05-04-2021

Hi @karanmahi 

Can you please provide the AEM version that you are using?

As per the documentation if you are using 6.4+ you should use 1.8.x or more version of io.wcm.caconfig.editor and io.wcm.caconfig.extensions whereas I see that you are using it as 1.6.0 and 1.3.0

Can you please update and try again?

 

https://wcm.io/caconfig/editor/

https://wcm.io/caconfig/extensions/

 

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