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So I'm in the middle of a 6.1 -> 6.3 upgrade and I am seeing an error that must be simple but I could use some help on:Simply I have this code in a JS file that should allow me to reference my Java helper class:var LinkHelper = new Packages.com.cne.commons.core.helpers.LinkHelper;use( function () {The error I'm getting is:org.apache.sling.scripting.sightly.SightlyException: org.apache.sling.scripting.sightly.SightlyException: javax.script.ScriptException: Failure running script /apps/cne/sightly...

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Re: AEM Sightly Absolute path for Client libs
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So it's not a different domain, the problem is this page in particular is read via another URL so when it is read on another domain the styles get lost.

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So this is a newbie question I'm sure... But I have the following code:Which is rendered as :I need it to be rendered as:Any advice experts?

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Jitendra, No we are using sightly. But your theory is that it is something related to that page at a template level that would prevent it?

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So the problem is I have an AEM page that should be able to be my unified login page for Azure AD. Basically this allows Microsoft to just inject into this tag .The problem I believe is that AEM is configured such that it sees that as an XSS attack. I'm not sure however how I would allow one URL through that rule, I don't think this is at the AntiSammy level, it seems like a URL rule not a content rule. Anyone have any thoughts/Advice on this situation?

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