Yes, you are correct. In a DB inside my AEM environment, I want to
insert content that I get externally with an api and then query it in a
JAVA class. From what you tell me if I do it this way the OAK indexes
will not work for me. What do you recommend me ? Do not use the DB and
directly insert the content of the external api into my AEM repository?
Can I do this using Sling? Thanks for your help.
The question is: I plan to create a MongoDB database which will store
information that is obtained from an external API. I need to integrate
this MongoDB database with my AEM project in such a way that I can
generate OAK indexes that will be obtained from that database, this in
order to create a search in my AEM project. I have reviewed the
Hi, I created a component to download a file with a .docx extension
stored in my dam folder, but when I try to download it, it says that the
download is unsuccessful. When I use a file with .pdf extension it works
correctly for me. Here I show an image of the failed download: My HTL
code is this: This error occurs only with .docx file. Could you please
help me to know what the problem is?
Hi Jorg, I am interested in the second option, I want to import a single
project maven and in that project to have my 2 projects AEM. Why want I
that? Because I have a site in production with the cloud services AEM.
They gave me a repository AEM. Within that repository I want to push my
new site AEM. Each project will have its own artifact.
Is possible to have multi site within a single project maven where they
don't use the same core, apps and content folders ? For example in a
same project maven I want to have a first site www.site1.com and second
site www.site2.com and I want that the site1 has core, apps and content
separate of the site2.
Hi Frank, that error may be because your publish instance is not exactly
synchronized with your author instance.I recommend that you verify if
the bundle both in your author instance and publish are the same.You can
validate in the following url:Author instance: http:
http://localhost:4503/system/console/status-slingmodelsIf they are not
the same, go to your core project and run the following command by
console: mvn clean install ...