Thanks for the answer Arun! My question is specifically for an Adaptive
Form in AEM Forms. Is that what you're targetting with your answer?I
know that I can listen to when a button was clicked, but there are other
actions that might create an additional instance of a repeatable panel.
I'm therefore looking to listen for an additional instance being added,
rather than just a button click, which may be only one of the multiple
ways that an additional instance is created.
Is there an event that I can listen for that gets fired when another
instance of a repeatable field or panel is added or removed?Haven't been
able to find anything and the only thing that I've seen that works (but
is very broad and catches a lot more) is the "elementVisibleChanged"
event, and then I have to filter results out.
I had this same issue Jeremy. I deleted the rep:policy node and it
started working.The rep:policy node is what crx uses to track
permissions on a given node. You'll see a series of allow and deny nodes
underneath it that specify which users have and don't have access to it
(ie the parent node of the given rep:policy node), and these are what
the ACL's are composed of.It seems like the servlet that is used to
generate a json list of video profiles is not aware that these kinds of
nodes exist, and...