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Hi @veerapandianm20!I'm not sure about your approach here. Are you trying to squeeze the Asset Selector into your path field dialog entry? I have some doubts if this will work out.Also, referring to the following statement:When I try to pick the asset picker from publisher, I get some errors related to the picker.Are you trying to pick assets from a publish instance? Again, I'm unsure if this works as expected. Usually, you would pick your assets from an AEM Assets author instance (which also ha...

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Hi @Umesh_Thakur!It's a bit hard to tell where the HTTP Age Header originates without any knowledge of your setup.I would recommend to perform an analysis to identify the origin (first step: is it set by AEM or the dispatcher?). As a short term solution, you could use mod_headers in the Apache HTTPD (dispatcher) level to remove the unwanted header from your responses:Header always unset AgeThe AEMaCS documentation on caching provides some additional details on response headers. You may also want...

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Hi @shehjadk07!As @kishorekumar14 and @Bimmi_Soi have already mentioned, the official recommended way for this is either content packages or via oak-upgrade tool as outlined in this documentation. Personally, I would prefer the content package based approach. Another thing that you should think about is: What kind of content are you talking about?Usually, the most common classifications would be:Sample content for development purposesThis is created by the developers and provided, e. g. to demon...

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Hi @Marjia_Yeasmin_TL!There is some activity around this topic on the Core Components GitHub page:RFC #509 on Modal Experience Fragments (open)PR #570 to create a Modal component (merged)The PR has been merged to the according feature branch but it's not yet released. It seems that there has not been a lot of activity lately. You may want to ping one of the involved colleagues over at GitHub to see if there are any plans or a timeline for it. Hope that helps!

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Hi @akatsuki07!For your use case, there is no need to establish a connection between Nexus and AEM.What you need to do is:Tell Maven to deploy your bundle to your Nexus repositoryTell Maven to use your Nexus repository for dependency resolution For 1, there is a good tutorial from Sonatype. The most important part should be to add the following to your Maven settings.xml file (either at /conf in your Maven installation or at your ~/.m2 directory): nexus-snapshots deployment the_pass_for_the_dep...

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Hi @seemak19887037!There are two things to look at: You should do a cleanup of your packages in Package Manager of all "dcep" packages. If you think you might need them at a later point in time, download and archive them to some external storage. Afterwards delete all packages that are not actively used on that instance.If there are multiple version of a package installed (see "Other versions" option of the "More" button when the package is selected), you can start with a cleanup up of older ver...

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Hi @akatsuki07!Option 2 will embed the bundle into package, resulting in a single deployment package that deploys both parts together.Option 3 will tell the bundle that there is a dependency, but the other bundle has to be deployed separately. So you will have to separate deployments.Hope that clarifies it at bit!

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Hi @venkateshamg851!That's awesome to hear. @apmagss: Have you also been able to resolve your issue?

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Hi @JoelLucuik!I have update my initial posting to go through the additional information that you provided.Hope that helps!

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You should be able to see the result of that health check on the operations panel in the AEM UI.But this is only a health check. It’s taking certain probes on your instance and won’t trigger any activity, especially it’s unable to interfere with bundles - not even talking about uninstalling them.

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These are just regular maintenance tasks that are run periodically on any instance. Nothing suspicious with these two from my point of view.

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Hi @kevingtan! Please let me point you to my comment in another thread on the topic of AEM upgrades.You will see that I outlined different phases for the upgrade from a development point of view:Migrating the existing platform (6.0 to 6.5 in your case) - basically updating the dependencies (primarily: the AEM uber jar) and getting your existing application and website running on the new product version.Source code modernization - projects that have been developed for older versions of AEM usuall...

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Then please have them check on the above mentioned points.

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Hi @JoelLucuik!That sounds a bit strange.If I understand things correctly, you upgraded your operating system and after that you are missing your application bundles in AEM.Is my understanding correct? With this level of information, there is not much that I can recommend.I have never seen a similar behavior and to be honest I doubt that there is a direct connection between the two events.Before the OS upgrade (which often comes with a reboot of the machine) you have probably shut down your AEM ...

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Hi @divyas70997717!Is there any specific reason why you would need to have a ".jsp" extension on the public URL?In general, AEM supports multiple scripting languages, such as HTL, JSP, (server-side) JavaScript. The latest best practice prefer HTL over JSP.However, the resource and script resolution is not as simple as requesting a resource with a ".jsp" extension to have the according JSP file render the resource. In AEM, there are dedicated handlers based on the extension of the incoming reques...

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Hi @nikeshpshindhe!Shortening URLs consists of two different mechnisms:Mapping of incoming HTTP requestsRewriting of links in the generated HTML1. The first part is responsible to make sure that a request to yourdomain.com/home.html will be mapped to the correct resource path on AEM side, e.g. /content/mytenant/us/en/home. Depending on your specific requirements and setup, this can be handled on AEM side (Sling Mappings) or on web server level (mod_rewrite).2. The second part is responsible to a...

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Hi @tiagonobresantos!Unfortunately, I don't have first hand experience with crypto key exports, but there are some good resources available online.Please refer to the following articles:Syncing keys among AEM instancesCryptoSupport Key Sharing and TroubleshootingPlease read through the articles and double check if the outlined process matches your steps. Hope that helps!

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Hi @srikanthpogula!Another update from my side added to my initial answer.Hope that helps!

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Hi @apmagss!That sounds unfortunate.Please be aware that this kind of certification exam is usually provided by Adobe but executed through 3rd party service providers (such as Examity, PSI or similar).I recommend to check the order confirmation and/or appointment reminder e-mail that you should have received prior to the exam to identify the service provider where you scheduled the exam. Usually, these e-mails will also have contact information to get support (e. g. through chat, e-mail or phone...

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Hi @s-reznikov!Yes, there should not be any issue with your requirement.Please check the available Actions in the context of permissions in AEM. You will find that there are dedicated actions forReadModifyCreateDeleteReplicateand permission management (Read ACL, edit ACL).So the group that you are outlining would need read and modify permissions but not include create and replicate permissions. Please keep in mind:In general, please only set ACLs on group level and assign users to these groups. ...

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Hi @srikanthpogula!I have update my initial answer to reflect the provided information.Hope that helps!

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Hi @srikanthpogula!The recommended way for Sling servlet reqistration is to bind them to resource types. This way, all default mechanism for access control management of the JCR apply. The system will manage access based on the ACLs set on the according resource.As outlined in the Sling documentation, this is does not apply to path-bound servlets, which is one of the major drawbacks of this binding approach. Please see https://sling.apache.org/documentation/the-sling-engine/servlets.html#caveats...

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Hi @Eshwarign!While not exactly focusing on the developer exam (ADO-E116), there are some threads on the architect exams (ADO-E117):https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/need-help-on-ado-e117-architect-exam/qaq-p/417090https://experienceleaguecommunities.adobe.com/t5/adobe-experience-manager/aem-sites-architect-certification-ad0-e117/qaq-p/411841Going through these resources will definitely help you with the developer exam as well. It's been some time for me s...

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Hi @Codelime!In general, there are no technical requirements with regards to the location where you should keep your AEM instances, source code or other AEM-related files.You can choose whatever fit's best into your way of working and general data hierarchy on your machine. There are a couple of things to take into account, though.In many corporate environments, there will be limitations on where you can or should store working files/data. So this will limit your choices to certain areas on your...

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Hi @SPReddy!Could you please elaborate on the use case and information that you are looking for? Thanks!

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Hi @ashpawartmg!As @Arun_Patidar already pointed out, it is not possible to remove the auto-generated DIV tags while keeping the ability to edit components.AEMs authoring user interfaces takes the additional DIVs to inject editing capabilities and UI elements and allows you to edit components. While it is possible to change the decoration tags to another HTML tag, there is no way to do both: remove the decoration tags altogether and being able to edit the page/components.It's totally possible - ...

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Hi @seemak19887037!So your overall repository size is nearly 66 GB.How does that compare to the size of your repository folder on the file system (du -hs crx-quickstart/repository)? The majority of space is consumed inside the /etc tree.Could you please drill down into that area to explore where exactly the space is consumed? You can simply click on "etc" in the first cell of the table or directly add the path as a query parameter (/etc/reports/diskusage.html?path=/etc).I assume that there is a ...

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Hi @Gaurav_Sachdeva1!Unfortunately, the listener approach will probably not lead to the desired result. If you give a user additional permissions, e. g. to read or edit a certain repository path, this will be stored on the according path and it's rep:policy node-structure. There will be no change to the user node below /home/users (unless you perform additional changes on the user), especially nothing with regards to the users permissions will change here or is tracked in the user nodes. So a li...

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Hi @Bhuwan_B!Citing from my reply on this thread: Please check the following documentation:https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-65/administering/security/audit-user-management-operations.html[...]I double checked and can confirm the behavior differs from the documentation [...].After checking it seems that you need to raise the log level to "DEBUG" and add another entry to the "Logger" section of the OSGI configuration: com.adobe.granite.security.permissions.internal.servle...

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