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 clari...
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.
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
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...
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)
resource and script resolution ...
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. /cont...