dmitryp96795211I think the functionality you're looking for is
mentioned in . In Touch UI, the page references are calculated only
when a particular configuration, called the "WCM Authoring Content
Reference Configuration" is configured to list the reference component
in the OSGi configuration [...
littlegreywolfExport from AEM to Adobe Target currently only exports
the HTML and there isn't any way to export it as a JSON. However, this
appears to be in the roadmap for a future release of AEM. It will be
included in the release notes of the AEM version in which it's released
under reference nu...
Hello kentt20248023This isn't a dispatcher or a caching issue. The
publisher specifically denied the request and it's likely due to the
fact that at first you're hitting the website with http protocol,
fails the first time becaus...
Hello kentt20248023DispatcherUseProcessedURL basically means that the
dispatcher will processed/rewritten URL rather than the originally
supplied URL to the webserver and the setting being set to "1" is
accurate. However, you must confirm that the web server that's hosting
the dispatcher has been r...
Hello,AEM operates on the basis of bundles and the progress of AEM
install can be measured based on the STARTLEVEL reached for those
bundles.The STARTLEVEL ranges from 1 to 30 and messages such as the
following can help give you an understanding of how far AEM is along the
installation process. And ...
ryang81409263The reason this might have happened is because of the
permissions of the user who deleted the page. This page might have been
replicated at some point but the user who deleted the page didn't have
replicate permissions. You can check this by observing if there is a
deleted and deletedB...
Hello rajeevy89244319Try something like below where the first operand
indicated the path for your NOT criteria, second operand is for the path
you wish to query, and third operand is basically a property to query.
select * from [cq:PageContent] where (NOT
rajas66269496That's my understanding as well. And my response addresses
that with some more details.To answer your question, it is not the right
expectation that .stat file will be generated in all the directories in
the cache. So I answered the question stating "why is it not appearing"
Hello qglezWhen considering etc mappings, you always have to remember
one major consideration i.e. the dispatcher cache. The reason I am
mentioning this is because it's a fairly critical implication that goes
unnoticed. Before I get to the html stripping part, I'd like to focus on
the path shorteni...
Hello Manh,The behavior you're seeing is expected. It's because you've
added the statefileslevel with a value of "1". The value of "1" means
that there will be two .stat files, one at the docroot itself, and
another one at docroot and one at the /content directory. So you should
see a .stat file in ...