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Re: Is it possible to deploy individual component in AEM 6.3 ?
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Yes - you can package up any type of JCR node you want. Use Package Manager and then the filters tab.See this section:in this article -Adobe Experience Manager Help | Packaging Adobe Experience Manager applications that contain an OSGi bundleSO if you only to package up one component - browse to it within the Filters section in the Filter tab.

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Hi Scott,I tried your approach but unfortunately on 6.3 I don't see a drop target, instead I see the upload Image asset button. I tried adding allowUpload to false but it's still an issue. Following is what I see. I also tried the core image components fileupload resourcetype i.e cq/gui/components/authoring/dialog/fileupload, with this I do see the drop container but when I submit the dialog acs commons gets the value of the field as empty so in jcr the file attribute is set to "". tried both NO...

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Thanks @Veena_7. i fixed the issue with a div applying "clear:both" at the end of the component.

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If you are a Java developers - I recommend using WCMUsePojo or Sling Models: Creating an Adobe Experience Manager 6.3 HTL component that uses the WCMUsePojo API

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