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VEC-based A/B Testing Page URL under Development 404 Not Found

Roxie423
Level 2
Level 2

Dear all,

 

We have an ongoing A/B test on a certain page. We are making change to that page by removing and replacing certain HTML elements which is likely to affect the modifications we made in the A/B test. 

We currently have the url to the equivalent page in development. The idea is that we create a copy of the A/B test and replace the original url with the development url to check for any errors. 

The problem is that the development url requires a sign-in, which pops up in normal browser but not in AT. AT only shows me the redirected 404 not found error page.

Does anyone know if this can be solved? The ideal would be for us to see the development page in VEC to make the necessary changes.

Thanks in advance.

 

Best,

Roxie  

1 Accepted Solution
josejr19
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Level 6
Level 6

@Roxie423 have you tried in the same browser as where you are authoring the Target experience to open a separate tab(in same browswer) and logging into the page? The same cookies should be used in the Target tab when you attempt to edit the activity and as a result not ask you to log in. This is assuming that the login action sets a cookie or storage information that you are logged in and dont need to log back in.

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SundeepKatepally
Level 5
Level 5

Best way is to whitelist that page for anonymous access so that it will work with dev url without access related issues.

 

http://localhost:4502/system/console/configMgr --> Sling authentication service

Roxie423
Level 2
Level 2
@SundeepKatepally Thank you for the answer, unfortunately the site isn't made with AEM...
josejr19
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Level 6
Level 6

@Roxie423 have you tried in the same browser as where you are authoring the Target experience to open a separate tab(in same browswer) and logging into the page? The same cookies should be used in the Target tab when you attempt to edit the activity and as a result not ask you to log in. This is assuming that the login action sets a cookie or storage information that you are logged in and dont need to log back in.

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