Thanks but I followed the steps and I am still getting the same error.
Specifically, in the parent POM I
the "bundles/providers" and "bundles/services" POMs I
And in `packages/application/bundle-install/pom.xml` I
Sure. Please see attached.Basically, the front-end code (html, client
libs, JCR related nodes/XML) is under "packages". The Java code is under
"bundles" with three further subprojects of "providers", "services" and
"servlets". The Target SDK is used directly in "bundles/services"; the
Service class that utilizes the SDK is then consumed in a class under
"bundles/providers". Both the "bundles/services" and "bundles/providers"
bundles are the ones giving the error (and that I added the SDK
Thanks much for the quick response. Unfortunately, this app does not
have a `ui.apps` directory (it is a mature code base and I assume was
not built using the current maven archetype). Is there an alternative
for such a project? Thanks much.
Hello.I have a custom OSGI bundle deployed to an AEM 6.5 instance. I
wanted to include the Adobe Target Java SDK in the project (so it can be
utilized by another service class). I have added it to my pom.xml:
However, after publishing the package, I see the following
error in the Web Console:com.adobe.target.delivery.v1.model -- Cannot be
resolved com.adobe.target.edge.client.model -- Cannot be resolved After
noting this error, I configured the maven-bu...
If I created an Audience in the People Core Audience library using an
Analytics Dimension, how long is the "lookback" period or profile
lifetime (to use Target terminology)? That is, if Dimension X came to be
associated with Visitor Y, how long would Visitor Y be placed in the
Real-Time Audiences built using Dimension X? Thanks.
I have two Activities. One is Live, created using the FEC, and is has a
local mbox ('conditionalMbox') for the location. The other is Inactive
and created using the VEC. The VEC based Activity attaches an event
handler to a button; this event handler calls applyOffer/getOffer
passing the 'conditionalMbox' in the body. The problem is that, even
though I have the "Show default content for all other activities" OFF,
the "getOffer" callback returns no content/offers. However, if I remove
the QA toke...
Thanks for the response. I understand there are ways to modify the JS to
address this, but is there anyway to do so without modifying that JS
directly; for example, controlling when the XF gets injected, etc.
Hello all:We have an Experience Fragment that utilizes custom AEM
Components. Some of the elements in one of these Components get an event
handler attached to them through a "clientlib" JS script in AEM. When
using these Components through AEM, the event handlers are attached
consistently and the code works as expected. The issue arises when we
export the XF to Target and use it in an Activity. Approximately 90% of
the time, the code works fine. The events are attached and client-side
Hello,Is it possible to (1) create an Activity that adds event handler
that calls `adobe.target.triggerView()` (Custom Code Modification), and
then (2) create another Activity that uses this View in the VEC (like
you would for any SPA)? Or is it strictly necessary that triggerView()
be added in the SPA/code base itself outside of Target? I have tried
using the QA link for Activity 1 when creating Activity 2 but without