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Thank you so much Adam! Looking forward to working on the new features at the soonest.

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I had the same issue and I applied all of those option which described here. The most working solution is restart your AEM instances. It would restart all the services back and would work. It worked for me. Cheers.

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It seems you can't reuse a library once it is live/published to production. Since I don't want to keep creating new libraries when I am experimenting, what I do is promote to the Staging/Submitted stage (not to production), then reject it if I need to make a change. And keep recycling the same library that way rather than creating a proliferation of libraries. I hope this helps.

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I did not see this issue with the 6.5 beta version. However, with archetype13-based projects, the alpha 6.5.4 version of AEM doesn't seem to update a bundle contained within a package if the bundle is already installed. (I didn't try updating the version of the bundle, since I'm just updating the snapshot version in development.) However, using an archetype23-based project against the alpha 6.5.4 version of AEM seems to work fine. I determined that with archetype13, the Maven build still generat...

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You don't need to add vlt to the path. If you're on Mac/Linux, just go to where you unzipped the download. For example cd .../vault-cli-2.4.40/bin Then type the following ./vlt --help If you see the following or similar, you're in business. Jcr File Vault [version 2.4.40] Copyright 2011 by Adobe Systems Incorporated

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