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Re: How to return proper Last-Modified dates to search engines or CQ Dispatcher vs. HTTP Last-Modified vs. file mtime
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I think now we have the solution for this. Now dispatcher also maintains a corresponding header file (*.h) to store the headers. I know it's too late to put this comment as this is a kind of basic feature everybody is aware of. Even I wasn't aware that we have this type of issue in past. But I am still having a pain point in using this Last-Modified header/property and a deep search for that one leads me here. The issue is that how can we use this property in the case of multiple publishers. How...

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Thanks a lot for the answer @Arun_Patidar. Just an update, this is true till AEM 6.4.3. After 6.4.3 this structure will be created under "/tmp/versionhistory/".

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You can refer this post for the same:https://dev.to/thegreyteacher/aem-social-login-google-oauth2-23pf

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You can refer this post fir OAuth integration with AEM (using AEM as an OAuth client)https://dev.to/thegreyteacher/aem-social-login-google-oauth2-23pf

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This is what documentation says. But actually the path which will be used to create the user will be from the corresponding sync handler. (Also, I agree to the point that AEM automatically creates the corresponding config, but in my case I want to add it manually).

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I have integrated a Google OAuth2 provider with AEM 6.5 OAuth authentication handler. There is a method named getUserFolderPath in Provider interface which should be used to get the folder path under which the user should be created. I noticed that this method is never been called and instead "user.pathPrefix" property is used to get the folder path which automatically appends the first 4 chars of the user ID internally. I am not able to get the need of Sync handler for OAuth and how can I chang...

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You can overlay the node in /apps.

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Thanks, it works but how did you find this? Is there anything in CFP4 release notes which confirms that this is product issue and is fixed in CFP4??

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1.) Add blog function to your community site and enable the Allow Privileged members checkbox.2.) Logged in as a privileged user and create a new article and check the last field.

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