Hi Swati,I think you are trying to write the cq:editConfig for parsys
component which is available OOTB.It is not recommended though.Can you
please check if you have latest service packs installed?As far as i
know, it works fine when you use AEM6.3.
You are basically creating an hyperlink where '#' is a valid character
and so it is not getting encoded to its equivalent code.For example:
www.abc.com/new#12it will point to a div with id=12.It will be better if
you change # to some other character like 'no'.
Follow the below step:You first create a redirection page template which
will have all the required fields in page dialog for authors including
"redirect URL".Then can create a hierarchy of pages say /content/brand
under site structure using redirection template (these are your
imaginary pages but present in real).Now you have to use page-dialog
property called "redirect URL" which will redirect end-user to the
actual page.This won't take much time and is less complex and easy to
You can use jcr:created if the page is newly created i.e. the page was
not available but after replication it is created/made avaialble. And if
the page is already available, then you can use cq:lastModified
property. This will serve the purpose.Thanks.
Hi Veena,This is not feasible.The etc/map settings does not match the
origin header of the incoming request, and will stop on the first match
it finds for the underlying content path. This is not much of a problem
for incoming requests but becomes an issue for outgoing re-written
links.E.g. if you have two settings for outgoing mapping i.e map1 for
www.abc.com and map2 for www.xyz.abc.com both resolving to the content
path /content/a/b/c then regardless of which domain the request comes
from , t...