I am looking for ideas or guidance on how I could tackle this task. I am
new to AEM and a bit stumped on this one. When you create communities
sites or sub-groups (sub-sites) and publish them the application
automatically creates various roles for you on the publish side -
Community [sitename] [groupname] Members, Community [sitename]
[groupname] Moderators, Community [sitename] [groupname] Managers, etc.
What I would like to do is have the system add the new Community
[sitename] [groupname] Mod...
Could someone help explain what is happening here? I suppose I don't
have a full understanding of how hbs or aem is rendering these pages. I
added a fontawesome icon to a page and it shows up when the page renders
but then dissapears after a half second or so. Same experience in both
IE and Chrome. The HTML is still in the DOM when i investigate it in dev
tools. There are no CSS classes/styles applied that would hide it, i
removed all styles and its still hidden. I also tried with coral icons
Hello. We are in the process of migrating our aem servers from a local
setup to the AWS cloud. What is the best way to go about migrating the
AEM applications? Is it best to setup a fresh server and install AEM
6.3, then SP2, then CFP2, then add all our custom packages and configs?
Could we just copy the entire tomcat and aem folders over and
back-up/restore the mysql content (communities UGC and Scorm) then
update any necessary configs? Is there a way package everything
including configs or is ...
First a little background, then several questions below. I am a recent
convert from the .NET world, so I am still picking up on AEM, Java,
Maven, etc. We are using 6.3 and created our project solution using
archetype 12. Most development is happening on local workstations
between AEM and Eclipse. The source is being stored in a GitHub repo. We
have Jenkins set up in our development environment which nightly builds
and deploys the solution to our test AEM environment. The stage and
I did confirm it is now working in our environment. I tried to track
down the daycare ticket but I cant for some reason. If memory serves I
think it might have been in SP2 for 6.3? I do believe this is affected
by the 'Publish' line in the Day CQ Link Externalizer configuration at
.../system/console/configMgr of your author.
In case anyone else runs into this issue, the problem was that when the
group template was created our replication agents pointed to another
publisher. So the new publisher did not have record of this template
which caused the membership group/role creation to fail when publishing
a new community group
When we publish a new Community Group, using the Group Function of
communities it typically will generate 3 permission groups - members,
privileged members, and moderators. These are supposed to be created on
the publish instance. In all of our test environments this is working
correctly, but when we do it in production the groups are created on the
author side, but never replicated to the publisher. I can only find
these groups that get created in the author's Security>Groups console
and not in...
Anyone had success adding custom assignments in communities enablement?
Any guidance/thoughts would be helpful. How can you add custom
assignments for a community member beyond what is available out of the
box in the community resources page? For example - assign a member to
upload a file to a library or assign a member to post to a topic in a
forum? Are the resource types extendable or would you need to build a
custom page to add these custom assignments? They need to show up under
I have given this a try, but it did not resolve the problem. What I have
noticed is the communities features just don't seem to always leverage
the configuration/settings appropriately. We also architected our
solution with a tomcat application server in order to add a contextpath
or directory to the end of each URL to separate author and publish.
e.g., https://www.ourdomain.com/author/ and
https://www.ourdomain.com/publisher/. A good amount of the communities
features don't handle the context p...
Using 6.3. After setting up AEM Communities and enabling tunneling we
are able to see community users on the author side under Navigation >
Communities > Members. However, the URL to retrieve the users avatar
profile picture is being generated incorrectly. It is pointing to the
default http://localhost:4503/... path, which is incorrect in our
environment. It needs to be https://www.ourdomain.com/aemauthor/.....
Where can this be configured?