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Re: Create Index for OOTB query with "order by lower(name(a)) desc" - Adobe Experience Manager 05-04-2022
Finally i have the solution, below the index that is working fine the includedPath and evaluatePathRestrictions were the key

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Re: Create Index for OOTB query with "order by lower(name(a)) desc" - Adobe Experience Manager 05-04-2022
I think it is not the same problem, here the index must go through the order by clause, it is not the same situation. For me it is not the correct answer. And increasing the limit on memory can be problematic@kautuk_sahni i think this is not the correct answer. I'm asking about the index and not a workaround

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Re: Create Index for OOTB query with "order by lower(name(a)) desc" - Adobe Experience Manager 04-04-2022
Thank you for you quick response.yes, that was my first recommendation, i mean create subfolders, but those are special folders for them and they need it without subfolders. this is OOTB functionality it is the code that is executed when you try to sort assets by name.

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Create Index for OOTB query with "order by lower(name(a)) desc" - Adobe Experience Manager 04-04-2022
Hello everyone, i'm working with a big assets project, where the client has some folders with thousands of assets, when it tries to review the folder content and sort by name for example, I'm seeing a warn message log due to traversal query.Basically it is the list view and then sort by name. The query isSQL2: select [jcr:path], [jcr:score], * from [nt:base] as a where ischildnode(a, '/content/dam/folder') order by lower(name(a)) descxpath: /jcr:root/content/folder/* order by fn:lower-case(fn:na...

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Re: Invalid cq:LiveSyncConfig node is created after save... - Adobe Experience Manager 19-10-2020
Hi everyone, this issue was reported to Adobe and they added a fix on the release 6.3.3.8. below the confirmation on December 23, 2019 Ticket Id: 192731 - Priority: High Update Hello Victor, engineering has confirmed the inclusion of the fix in the next 6.3.3.8 that is planned to be released on March 5thRegards,Cedric And here the link to the 6.3.3.8 release note. https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-release-information/aem-release-updates/previous-updates/release-notes-aem-...

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Re: AEM - Make the rendered html prettier/more readable - Adobe Experience Manager 24-04-2020
Well finally i have a possible approach.Thanks @Jörg_Hoh and @BrianKasingli for all your help!!here is the filter that i created and seems to be working. And i would like to share the solution and know your opinions. import org.apache.felix.scr.annotations.Component; import org.apache.felix.scr.annotations.Properties; import org.apache.felix.scr.annotations.Property; import org.apache.felix.scr.annotations.Service; import javax.servlet.Filter; import javax.servlet.FilterChain; import javax.servl...

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Re: AEM - Make the rendered html prettier/more readable - Adobe Experience Manager 23-04-2020
Hi @Jörg_Hoh, And how could I make it last in the rewriter pipeline, perhaps with a java filter? Briankasingli shared me this one https://mkyong.com/java/java-pretty-print-html

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Re: AEM - Make the rendered html prettier/more readable - Adobe Experience Manager 22-04-2020
I will try with that lib and see the results, thank you very much!

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Re: AEM - Make the rendered html prettier/more readable - Adobe Experience Manager 22-04-2020
Hi @Jörg_Hoh, yes i know, this is a client requirement, they want to have a "better" html for debugging propose and compare with their Front End code. I just trying to test some posible solution and see if it makes sense or we will have a performance decrease

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Re: AEM - Make the rendered html prettier/more readable - Adobe Experience Manager 21-04-2020
Hi @BrianKasingli, thanks for your response. But i would like to it on the render process and not add an extra process on the client side.

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