In order to allow delta indexing for our Solr cores, we store the last
index time. Currently, it's only stored in memory in a Java map, so the
value is lost on server restart.What is the proper place to store a
value like this? Configuration comes to mind, but I don't want it to be
configurable. It's only needed by the background job that fires off the
Solr indexing.Should it be stored in the CRX in the "apps" node
somewhere? That doesn't seem quite right to me, and I'd have to be
careful so dep...
When a multifield type is defined in an asset editor, it will not save
as a multi-value property if the author only provides a single
value.Based on this post, that may be expected behavior:Re: String
type for Multivalued Properties - AEM However, if the author initially
provides just one value, then adds a value later, it still does not
convert to a multi-value property. This seems more like a bug than
intended behavior.I have tried implementing a fix as outlined in the
above-mentioned post, ...
Arun - Your XPath example helped me understand why we were getting
different results.Though I'm working on a solution that uses Query
Builder via the Java API, I tested this through the Query Builder
Debugger. When I put these parameters into the
is the XPath that it
[not(@language) ]Notice that it ignored "pro...
In hoping to find an undocumented predicate feature, I experimented with
using multiple "operation" properties for "property". For
didn't seem to work.
Is there a way to construct a SQL2 query that would find a multi-value
property containing duplicate values?For instance, we have a multi-value
String property called "language". Can a SQL2 query find a node which
contains two or more instances of 'en' (English) in the "language"
Is there a way to use Query Builder to find a multi-value property that
does NOT containt a particular value?For instance, we have a "language"
property that is a multi-value String. Can Query Builder find a node
where the language property does not contain 'en' (English)?
Hello,I'm looking for some generic advice here, not necessarily a
specific technical recommendation.We have a requirement for about 15
different reports/forms. The reports would be the same layout using the
same datasets, with the exception that they would be sorted, grouped,
and sub-totalled differently. Using Adobe Livecycle, can we design one
form, and then control its sorting, grouping, and sub-totalling behavior
somehow (maybe via parameters passed to its interface)? We do not need
Hi, However I try to get the length on the nodes property, I always get
this error: "Argument mismatch in property or function argument"It
happens regardless of which level of the DOM/SOM I try at, even though I
can resolve nodes, get values, etc.An example that would throw the
error: var objDataGroup = xfa.resolveNode("$data"); xfa.host.messageBox
(objDataGroup.nodes.length); What am I doing wrong?Thanks!