Are you talking about on an author instance or publish instance (which I
assumed)?If you are trying to maintain a session across multiple publish
instances, typically you allow the Dispatcher module to handle it. The
Dispatcher's configuration allows you to enabled sticky sessions. That
means it wil...
A servlet is just a Java class that implements a specific interface,
making it able to process HTTP requests. Those HTTP requests are usually
made by an HTML form submission, but nothing about that is required. The
servlet must be registered to a specific set of criteria (a path
location, resource t...
Yogesh,Do you ever run into issues where reverse replicating Impressions
in this manner causes data loss for high-traffic sites? It seems that,
even if your reverse replication processes run every few seconds, your
three instances (two publish) may step on each other a bit. Just
curious.By the way, ...
I'm trying to test the AEM6-Dynamic Tag Manager integration, but cannot
figure out how to connect the two. In the Cloud Services Configuration
for DTM, it asks for an API token. Where can I find that? I tried
pulling the 20ish character identifier off the embed code provided in
DTM, but that doesn't...
I have a basic HTML form that I want to POST to my LiveCycle ES2.5
process to submit. That seems to be working fine, but the problem is
that once that post is made, the browser just routes to a blank screen.
I'm not clear on how I can build my HTML form or make my request in such
a way that I can (a...
Paul, I was curious if you were aware of Adobe's plans for this
functionality moving forward. It seems to me like there would be a lot
of value to allow interactive PDFs to interact with an Adobe model in
the same respect as with an XSD. I understand that there are probably
technical limitations, th...
You could probably use a positioned layout and have both objects sitting
on top of one another. You would just have make sure via script that
only one of them is visible at a time. Make the other "hidden" so it
cannot be clicked (note: it must be "hidden" not "invisible").