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Re: How do I Access Template properties in a new Servlet
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Sure, these are added when creating our own templates. I am customizing the page creation process to copy those values into the appropriate page properties so the SiteMapServlet will use them. I guess need to learn more about the JCR API in order to access them. Since I need to customize the SiteMapServlet, how do I ensure that AEM uses my version?

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Re: Bug? UnPublish Later Notification doesn't display the date
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That's what I was afraid of. Is there a way to populate a field that is visible (like comments) using the API? Since we have some of our own UI. Our code appears to be doing something similar to the Publish Later, where the date does end up in the comments, thus making it visible.

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