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Re: How call AEM Servlet in JSP's form tag not via Ajax - Adobe Experience Manager 29-01-2016
Hi KunalI just remove the CSRF configuration temporarily and POST entry and checked it is working. For ideal solution do you have any sample like to pass the token or user related information. Hi Opkar,Yes, the test user logged in and trying to use the page inside AEM and trying to call the servletThanks~S

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Re: How call AEM Servlet in JSP's form tag not via Ajax - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2016
Hi Jitendra,Yes servlet is registered. we are not adding at root level. we are trying to to drop the assets via dropzone and calling the servlet. Thanks~S

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Re: How call AEM Servlet in JSP's form tag not via Ajax - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2016
Hi Kunal,Yes I am using 6.1 and I just enabled the check box for CSRFFilter and tried but still getting the same error as in attachment. I am able to call the same servlet via AJAX but getting the error via form tag. As per our senario we need to call it on form tag because as soon as user will drop the assets in to dropzone the form tag automatically will be submitted.Thanks~S

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How call AEM Servlet in JSP's form tag not via Ajax - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2016
Hi We have one senario and created the drop-zone by using the dropzone.js. Now when we are trying to drop the assets in dropzone area then calling AEM servlet via form tag like:but getting error message like:POST:http://localhost:4502/bin/myButtonServlet 403 forbiddenAny Idea? Are we missing anything?ThanksSamer

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Re: How we can validate/authenticate the user in redirected application - Adobe Experience Manager 27-01-2016
Yes, User will login in AEM and will see the link on Welcome page like Quickupload link as in attachement

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Re: How we can validate/authenticate the user in redirected application - Adobe Experience Manager 27-01-2016
Amit_Kumar wrote... You can Use SAML or you can use the session cookies and session token to validate the user. It will be good if you can provide the details about your application for more help. Hi Amit,Basically, we have one web application (name as QuickUpload) and deployed on JBOSS application server. We have added one link (Quickupload) on AEM welcome page and when user will click on this link then user will redirect to that web application's dashboard. Now in web application we want to va...

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How we can validate/authenticate the user in redirected application - Adobe Experience Manager 27-01-2016
HiOur requirement is to create the custom link on AEM welcome page dashboard and when user will click on it then it will redirect to other applications dashboard.In this case can we validate the use in other application? Are there any API available in AEM by using that we can validate the user in redirected applications? Thanks~S

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How user can be authenticate from redirected applications - Adobe Experience Manager 26-01-2016
Hi We want to provide the Link on AEM dashboard like "Quick Upload" and when user will click on it then it will redirect to Quick upload page.( The Quick Upload page is the separate web application and deployed on same JBOSS server but on different domain) Now question is:how we can authenticate the users on redirected application?. Can we pass the user session to Quick Upload application from AEM during the redirect to application? Any suggestion?Thanks~S

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Re: Restrict custom metadata for DAM assets - Adobe Experience Manager 19-01-2016
Hi All,Thank you so much for valuable solution. These all help us.Thanks~S

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Re: Restrict custom metadata for DAM assets - Adobe Experience Manager 19-01-2016
This help us.Thank you so much.One thing, In Option 2, My understanding is that if for same assets few user want to see few metadata fields (like title, description, approved status etc) and few others users only want to see only the title and description not the approved status fields. Then in this case we need to maintain that assets in two separate folders in to the DAM, right?Thanks~S

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