I agree with kunal -- ". I would suggest that you should not use AEM
only as a content store in this case"It sounds like your design choice
is a standard web server app and you are only using AEM as a data store.
Using this approach, you are not taking advantage of AEM
authoring/publishing capabilities. You can still use AEM for authoring
sites as well as using Angular to build components used in the site.
Lokesh - one of our top community members submitted code that shows use
of Angular with AE...
Hi,Did you not considered using AEM Forms field components which you can
hide via visibility expression set to false? For those components, you
can prefll value from XML and you would get the same value returned on
smacdonald2008 wrote... Here is an AEM article that talks about a tool
that automates uploading files to AEM. Its basically a Java client that
reads an XML file and then uploads to AEM. This was written a few years
ago when people did not want to manually upload hundreds of pics to the
Also - before package manager can be used - the files need to be in AEM.
So this Java tool is a good way to g...
@edubey: Which rewrite rules do you mean?I have already checked any
applied resource resolver rules and there are none being applied.Only
other rewrite rules would be in web server layer which again seems
unlikely. I do not believe Apache has been configured to modify the
Thanks Sham,I am using the Granite workflow API. I think the official
documentation needs to be updated. Every workflow documentation I came
across used the "com.day.cq.." API.In the end I created the required
Workflow Package Page via Node API.For my usecase I need to launch a
workflow with multiple payloads. With the above approach my issue is now
Its about saving data OFFLINE. Some of blogs(like
that we have Forms Workspace to do it but could not find some sample
implementation or blog for the same....Has anyone implemented that?