I have recently deployed Fix Pack 11 to our AEM Test instance, running
AEM 6.1 SP2 CFP 4.On this instance, there is a custom author group
created, which assigned read, write, modify permissions to various
nodes.Following deployment of the fix pack, it has been noticed that the
permissions of this custom groups have been reset back to read only. The
permissions of the out of the box author group however, seem
unaffected.Has anyone else had this problem? Is this an expected
consequence of deployin...
Good morning.Is there any way to configure, either AEM or dispatcher out
of the box, to restrict search queries, where the length of the search
parameter is less than a specified value?For example search.html?q=1
would not search the repository, and possibly return a 403 error,
whereas search.html?q=123 would search as normal and return a 200
responseMany thanks in advance
I have just installed an instance of AEM 6.3 for evaluation.From the crx
explorer page at http://localhost:4503/crx/explorer/index.jsp,The links
to package manager and crx de appear have an additional "/crx/explorer"
inserted into themthe link to package manager is coming up as:
http://localhost:4503/crx/explorer/crx/packmgr/index.jspand the link to
crx de: http://dc1-dal-appsv04:4503/crx/explorer/crx/de/index.jspis this
a bug in AEM 6.3? or can anyone suggest a fix?Many thanks in advance.
Hi.Thanks both for your quick responses.I think however that I have
answered my own question.In the system console config manager --> Apache
Sling Resource Resolver factoryThe property
"resource.resolver.map.location" was still set to
/etc/map.publish.ut.Whether this value should automatically update, when
the server is restarted with a new custom runmode, I do not know.
However I have changed the value of this property to
/etc/map.publish.dev and my application seems to now be working as
Should it be possible to copy and AEM 6.1 publish instance between UAT
and dev environments and have that instance pick up the target
environment's config ?I have copied a publish instance back from UAT to
a dev server. I then deleted the sling.id.file and reset the clusterid,
using the oak-run tool, and have changed the custom runmode from UT to
dev and finally started up the instance.Whilst the instance has
seemingly started up ok, It appears to be still picking up some UT
Hi.Thank you for your quick response. I am still confused however, as to
how this will help.My confusion stems from the fact, that if you make
the request from a
browserhttps:///content/mypage.html? Then the request
succeeds.But the same request to
https:///content/mypage.html results in the 404 error.When
the request is made via the load balancer, you can see in the dispatcher
servers access logs, the same GET request received, which previously
succeeded.Thanks in advance for any help.
I appreciate that this question may be somewhat abstract, however I hope
maybe someone has seen something similar and can offer a resolution?My
infrastructure is set up as follows:F5 load balancer forwards requests
to Apache version 2.4.6 configured with dispatcher version
4-4.1.12Dispatcher connects to AEM 6.1 SP2-CFP4 publish instance.
Unsecured port 4503, SSL port 5434When the dispatcher.any file is
configured to point to the unsecured 4503 port on the publish server,
all valid requests, sent...
I have a file containing a list of several thousand assets (jpg's and
gif's) that need to be deleted from from our CQ 5.4 Dam.Please could
someone advise, the correct way to achieve this? Is there a specific API
to call to remove dam assets or is it ok to simply delete the node ?Many
thanks in advance.