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Re: Getting error after integrated Magento with AEM versi... dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @jadhavni3 some features like the Shopping cart capability connect out to Magento directly from the client side. To handle this on AEM 6.5 you would add an Apache web server + dispatcher to reverse proxy to the Magento back end. Here is a video tutorial: https://www.adobe.io/apis/experiencecloud/commerce-integration-framework/tutorials.html#!AdobeDocs/commerce-cif-documentation/master/tutorials/03-shopping-cart-dispatcher.md. Technical documentation: https://github.com/adobe/aem-core-cif-comp...
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Re: Integrating Experience Platform Launch and AEM dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
@daveb36428317 apologies for any time wasted. A colleague of mine just informed me that there is an issue with AEM 6.5.5 and retrieving the correct property (even if the Product profile and permissions are set correctly). This is fixed in with AEM 6.5.6: https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/release-notes/service-pack/sp-release-notes.html.
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Re: Integrating Experience Platform Launch and AEM dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hey @daveb36428317 , Question 1: These are essentially folders (/conf/ and go to the Permissions tab. Ensure that the properties are enabled: Then in Adobe Developer Console (I/O) Make sure that the Product Profile set up in the admin console is selected: Hope this helps!
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Re: Discussion on AEM CIF connector vs Custom connector vs Other solutions dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
The AEM CIF Connector provides a number of authoring features, like product picker/category picker that is nicely integrated with the existing AEM Sites editing environment. In addition to the connector there is also CIF Core Components that can be used as is with CSS/branding updates or extended just like regular Core Components. Everything is open sourced and new versions/updates are rolled out fairly regularly. The Connector and CIF Core Components are designed to be used with any Commerce ba...
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Betreff: Hi - total noob here (and hope I'm asking this question i... dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @Blaiirrr no time wasted at all! I'm sure this thread will help others who are also new to AEM. Good luck!
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Betreff: Hi - total noob here (and hope I'm asking this question i... dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @Blaiirrr !It doesn't look like the adobe-public profile is active... you should see something like true or adobe-public Do you mind posting your full ~/.m2/settings.xml file?
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Re: On AEM 6.5 can we build a website with React, Core an... dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
For the SPA-editor you will not be able to re-use traditional AEM components as-is. You would need to migrate the HTL script(s) and create corresponding React components for each one. This might be quite an effort depending on your needs. FWIW there is some work creating React versions of Core Components: https://www.npmjs.com/package/aem-core-components-contributions-react-core-spa and https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=9759AhM7fAc but this is very much a work in progress and not quite production ...
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Re: Best practice for policies/templates and ACLs (AEM 6.... dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @Maikman83 I think the glob expression should be ok, however if you want to be safe I would follow the examples presented by AEM Project archetype: https://github.com/adobe/aem-project-archetype/blob/master/src/main/archetype/ui.content/src/main/content/jcr_root/conf/__confFolderName__/settings/wcm/templates/_rep_policy.xml https://github.com/adobe/aem-project-archetype/blob/master/src/main/archetype/ui.content/src/main/content/jcr_root/conf/__confFolderName__/settings/wcm/policies/_rep_polic...
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Re: Twitter bootstrap with AEM 6.5 dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Just an update in case others find this, there is a new blog post that can help customize the AEM Responsive Grid and integrate with Bootstrap breakpoints: https://medium.com/adobetech/customizing-the-aem-grid-3ff9c2121a36
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Re: Twitter bootstrap with AEM 6.5 dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi dexm​,I don't have an exact tutorial. How familiar are you with AEM Client libraries? There are a couple of approaches.The simplest is to create a new client library and add the distributed Bootstrap CSS/JS and integrate that into your page. Part 3 of the WKND tutorial [0] should give you a decent understanding of how client libraries work and can be integrated into your page. The AEM We.Retail sample site actually uses bootstrap (although its an older version using LESS)If you want to integr...
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Re: Getting Started with AEM Sites Chapter 2 - Creating a Base Page and Template: Problem With Breadcrumb Component dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hey johna91​ I wouldn't worry about the `>` symbol. I think thats just an artifact from the new version of core components. In chapter 3 styles are added to format it.Also just a heads up we are going to publish a 6.5 version (w/ 2.3.2 version of Core Components) shortly so be on the look out for that...
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Re: Getting Started with AEM Sites Chapter 2 - Creating a Base Page and Template: Problem With Breadcrumb Component dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi you should have the "First Article" as a child of the Home page, in your screenshot you have it as a sibling. It should created beneath the Home page:
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Re: Implementing Custom Hello World React Component in WKND Events dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hey no problem!So in your source code look at: ui.content/src/main/content/jcr_root/conf/wknd-events/settings/wcm/policies/.content.xml this is the node representation of all the policies for that templateYou should see an XML node like the following:This is the policies for the Layout Container, You would want to update the components array [ ] to include your hello world component, So something like: components="[/libs/wcm/foundation/components/responsivegrid,group:WKND Events - Content,/apps/...
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Re: Implementing Custom Hello World React Component in WKND Events dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi! Are you using AEM 6.5? I believe the Template Editor Support is only available in AEM 6.5+. The SPA Editor works in 6.4.2, 6.4.3 but does not have Template Editor Support ( the policies would need to be manually updated at the node level...)
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Re: React Text Component is not adding in aem-guides-wknd-events example. dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @aem_marc,There are two WKND tutorials one for traditional AEM sites and then another set for developing with the SPA editor. The traditional sites one includes some steps to use AEMFED: Getting Started with AEM Sites Chapter 3 - Client-Side Libraries and Responsive Grid AEMFED could also be used with the SPA Editor but I think the intention is to do most of your local SPA development using the built-in webpack server: Adobe Experience Manager Help | Getting Started with React and AEM SPA Edi...
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Re: React Text Component is not adding in aem-guides-wknd-events example. dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
I'm assuming that you see the Text component in the AEM UI and that you can add it to the page, but when you do it disappears?It may be a JS / client lib caching issue: Adobe Experience Manager Help | Set up a Local AEM Development Environment there are some steps to invalidate the clientlibs and then trying a fresh browser session / clear history might help...
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Re: Custom Layout Container - Resize-able Area dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Live demo example of multiple layout containers: Pinnacle Finance (view the source and search for the class fsi-container--highlight to find the outer layout container and cmp-layout-container--fixed for the nested fixed width layout)
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Re: Custom Layout Container - Resize-able Area dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi matthewr46705702 Another approach is to actually have two layout containers. The outer layout container is the full-width w/ colored background and the inner layout container is a fixed-width (no background). The inner layout container will have the grids appropriately and you won't have to have some crazy CSS w/ negative margins. The downside is now you have to author two layout containers...If possible I would try to do everything with the Style System. Supertyping the Layout container will...
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Re: AEM WKND Tutorial Chapter 6 - Error when trying to add a new byline component dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi it does not look like the Byline Sling Model has been registered. Can you check http://localhost:4502/system/console to see if the bundle has started?
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Re: content node ordering issue. dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
I agree with Arun, the easiest work-around is to ensure that the parsys nodes are pre-created when a new page is created by adding the nodes as part of the page template or cq:template if they are included as a component.
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Re: Calling third party REST api call form clinet side on AEM (e.g. localhost:4052 ) dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi @chgovind ,To make sure I am understanding the use case:During development, you are using a webpack dev server and any calls to your external service you are using the Proxy features of the webpack dev server and thus passing in a relative URL. However, when you create your production build and deploy to AEM the JS is still passing in relative URLs to your 3rd party API?You could look into using environment variables: Adding Custom Environment Variables · Create React App If you are in develo...
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Re: Azure Application Insights Integration with my component dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Since you are using an external dependency (that is not available in AEM ootb) I believe you need to embed the dependency in your bundle: See Embedding Dependencies - Apache Felix - Apache Felix Maven Bundle Plugin (BND) on how to update your pom...
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Re: Where's the spa editor "Hello World" tutorial? dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi marcog1899 sorry for the delay, we pulled it because it was a little out of date. It has been re-published now: Getting Started with the AEM SPA Editor - Hello World Tutorial . As Scott mentions the Adobe Experience Manager Help | Getting Started with the AEM SPA Editor - WKND Tutorial is a fuller tutorial and probably the next step after getting your feet wet with the HelloWorld tutorial. In the HelloWorld tutorial there is a small Angular portion in case that is something you are interested...
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Re: [Tutorial] Getting Started with the AEM SPA Editor dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi jtran15 , do you have AEM 6.4 and ServicePack 2 installed?What happens when you navigate to http://localhost:4502/content/wknd-events/react.model.json ? Does the JSON render as expected?
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Re: [Tutorial] Getting Started with the AEM SPA Editor dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Yes without the ServicePack, the components won't be able to be edited in AEM. Service Pack 2 is freely available to download and install: https://www.adobeaemcloud.com/content/marketplace/marketplaceProxy.html?packagePath=/content/companies/public/adobe/pack…
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Re: Nesting AEM components and React Components dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi DriesVanbilloen,Very cool use case. I have not experimented with this but it might not be achievable with the Core Component Tab component. A few questions:Are you using the Tab Component from Core Components? aem-core-wcm-components/content/src/content/jcr_root/apps/core/wcm/components/tabs/v1/tabs at master · adobe/aem-core-wc… I haven't dug into the Tab component but at first glance, I'm not sure it will map properly to a React component since it doesn't seem that :type property is exposed...
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Re: Cookie not passed to request of react.model.json dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi aquavento,Are you logged into AEM in the browser and navigating to: http://localhost:4502/content/we-retail-journal/react/home.html ?It shouldn't prompt you to authenticate the ajax request. Also what version of AEM and We.Retail journal app are you using?It is designed for AEM 6.4 + SP2. You can find the latest version of the We.Retail Journal here: GitHub - adobe/aem-sample-we-retail-journal: We.Retail Journal is a sample showcasing SPA Editing capabilities in AEM us…
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Re: Migration project error dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Are you moving from the Classic UI to Touch UI in addition to moving from AEM 6.2 - 6.4? Do you see the Editor Drop zones?I'm curious if you see additional information in the error log or anything else in the browser console. The error you posted, unfortunately, is quite common and can be seen when selecting an empty drop zone even in We.Retail...Upgrading to AEM 6.4 and Upgrading Code and Customizations provide some good high level information on upgrading to AEM 6.4.
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Re: Adobe AEM Angular 6 Support for Multi Functionality Component dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
You should also check out the We.Retail Journal Sample Angular application: aem-sample-we-retail-journal/angular-app at master · adobe/aem-sample-we-retail-journal · GitHub . The recommendation is to develop the Angular application outside of AEM (using webpack, or other build project of your choice). Only the compiled JavaScript and CSS would be ported into AEM in the form of a client library, aem-clientlib-generator - npm is a useful tool for this. This design pattern could be used on 6.2/6.3 ...
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Re: Issue with card component in AEM 6.4 dgordon86 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi vinis2730879 ,The following simply describes what fields will be in the dialog.```articlePath - path finder field for authors to select an article that will drive the content of the card. It is a required field.titleOverride - The card by default will display the underlying Article's title. This is an optional text field for authors to override the display title in the card.hideDescription - A checkbox that allows an author to toggle the display of the article's description in the card.```Ste...
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