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Not able to pick Translated Tags on translated page - Adobe Experience Manager 18-05-2022
Hi All, we have translated the tags via translation service and we we can see the translated jcr:title property for each language. The problem is that we are not able to pick up the translated tag title on the page for a specific language. Default tags shown in the tag selector is in english language. how can i pick the translated tag on the page? is this right to say that the tags are handled automatically by the tag engine by identifying the page language? if this is the case then the tag engi...

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
i tried with pre generated cert and still not able to see hostname field.

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
I am using AEM 6.3.0. i will try a fresh install.And i just tried in on of our non prod instance that is AEM 6.3 SP1. That has the same screen as shown in previous comment.

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
well this seems weird. if you see the screenshot i provided as part of my earlier, in the background you can only see the port number field. The field to enter hostname is not visible. Latest screen grab attaching below.No hostname field.

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
Hi Gaurav,i generated the certificate as mentioned in the blog for CN=localhost. In the SSL config wizard, there is no place to mention hostname. I followed steps again but still getting the same issue.Thanks.

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
No Arun. Still no luck with AEM work on https on local.I will try to test the filter class code on one of the non prod environments that is available over https and get back to you.Thanks.

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
HI Arun,Reference link 1: this only ensure the JSESSIONID cookie is made secure. And if it is made secure it will only be transferred over https and not on http. AEM needs to be enabled for SSL.Reference link 2: Tried with DemoCookieFilter.java. I am making it secure: myCookie.setSecure(true); Now because AEM is not on https this cookie is not created. when i remove the above line, the cookie comes fine.Reference link3: getting error while configuring ssl. Screenshot attached in response to othe...

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
Hi Arun, thanks for the response. we do not have apache setup on top of author. Author is accessible on 4502 port. Also, there is one non prod AEM instance available that has a valid CA certificate. it is accessible over https. In one of the question asked here in the forum (AEM Session Cookie with httponly and secure flag ) it is mentioned that cookies are secure by default over https. On this instance too the cookies are not secured. Am i missing something here?? Thanks

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Re: Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2019
Hi Gaurav, thanks for your reply. I already tried what was mentioned in the link provided by you. I am getting below error. Any idea why?

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Make login-token cookie secure - Adobe Experience Manager 14-03-2019
When we try to access localhost:4502, a cookie is created by the name cq-authoring-mode. Upon successful authentication a new cookie is created by the name login-token. both the cookies mentioned above are not secure. Can we do some modification in AEM that will make these cookies secure?

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