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Hi, I am new to AEM. I am looking for a sample code or tutorial demonstrating the implementation of custom authentication handler. Please note that the user credentials (i.e. user id and password) are stored in MySQL database. I will appreciate a help in this regard.

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Hi, I am new to AEM. I am looking for a sample custom login component implementation for a web application wherein user information is present in MySQL database. Please help me in this regard.

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Please provide me some reference regarding the approach, tools, etc. for migration of assets, contents, links, metadata, data, etc. from another CMS to AEM.

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From SiteCore to AEM 6.5. Please provide some references regarding approach, tools etc.

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Can you please suggest a strategy and steps to migrate from another CMS to AEM? the link which you provided in your post above does not point to any particular article.

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Please guide me to some resources/documentation regarding the best approach for migrating AEM application from on-prem to Azure cloud. Apart from packaging and and installing applications on cloud what all should be considered?

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Hi, Can someone please guide me how to use 'SQL Code' activity in Adobe Campaign with an example? A help in this regard will be highly appreciated.

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Hi,I want to a SQL query for altering a table and want to saved it as a sqlscript in Campaign. Is it possible to do so? If yes, Is there a way to execute that query without using a workflow, for example, when importing a table creation package in an Adobe Campaign environment? Please reply soon.

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Solved it. What one has to do is to make changes in schema. Then, go to Tools --> Update Database Structure --> go to next until you find the generated SQL command. Over there the field id (which one wants to set as default to non-zero value) in the SQL query is set as zero. Change the value to your desired value and then, run the query.

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Hi Daniel, this is not working because as soon as I use an external join the resulting SQL is setting the default value of the folderID in the source table is set as 0. If there was a way to use the 'default' (attribute of element) properly, then, it would have been solved.

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Hi Daniel, this is not working because as soon as I use an external join the resulting SQL is setting the default value of the folderID in the source table as 0. If there was a way to use the 'default' (attribute of element) properly, then, it would have been solved.

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Hi Adhiyan, thanks for your reply, but, unfortunately 'sqlDefault' cannot be used with a linked . I tried this and the system is throwing error while saving the schema. Please let me know how to a achieve it using the "default" attribute.

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Hi Dan, thanks! I will try your approach.

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Hi, I am using the above-mentioned schema for some PoC purpose. I am trying to populate data in the above-mentioned schema through a workflow where the data is read from a CSV file and stored in the table corresponding to the above-schema. When a folder id (foreign key to xtk:folder) is provided, then, the system stores it correctly in the iFolderId field of the table, but, when no folder id is provided/chosen, then, 0 (i.e. zero) is stored as a folder ID. My requirement is to define a ...

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Hi, in the above mentioned schema what should be the value of 'nmsFolder' for the DefaultFolder function above (marked in red) . Should it be the internal name of the folder present in the xtk:Folder or should it be its primary key? Please let me know soon.

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How to access JCR API from bean on tomcat? Please reply.

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