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Re: AEM Dispatcher filter - how to make case insensitive?
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If i can't pin down a regex case insensitive flag for the Dispatcher, amending the filter's regex to something like the following seems to work, (though it's not particularly readable)

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Thanks @Jörg Hoh​I'm not looking to support all modifiers from the PCRE just this one (case-insensitivity) and as a starting point, if I can avoid having to maintain configuration in two different places to achieve one thing, then I would rather do that. As a follow-up question, do you know where can I reference exactly what flavour of regex the dispatcher does support?thanks

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thanks for your suggestions Arun Patidar​My reading of the documentation's "...regular expression, defined here between single quotes..." was that the regex literally had to be 'between...quotes' but i gave your suggestions a try nevertheless (presumably you saw what i said I had tried in the original question above?).Unfortunately neither of those worked.

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Thanks @Arun Patidar​I've seen the (excellent) blogs you linked to, but those concern the Apache mod_rewrite module. I'm working in the dispatcher.any file (i.e. configuring Apache mod_dispatcher). The Adobe filter documentation (see my link above) saysso I hoped a simple tweak to the regex "...defined here between single quotes..." would make the filter ignore case. But my suggestion above doesn't work. How do I write a dispatcher.any filter that ignores case?

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Hi I'm sure this question must have been answered or explained somewhere but I've not found it yet The Adobe product pages explain Configuring Dispatcher. I'd like to filter out requests based on file extension similar to the example in the documentation,Example filter: Using Regular ExpressionsThis filter enables extensions in non-public content directories using a regular expression, defined here between single quotes:1/005 { /type "allow" /extension '(css|gif|ico|js|png|swf|jpe?g)' }I'd like ...

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Thanks for your help Hemant arora​I created a lazybones project yesterday and included core components 2.0.8 in aem 6.3 with service pack 2.Went in fine so presumably the problem is elsewhere in my project pom(s). Interestingly I don't get any maven output along the lines of but maybe that's down to plugin versions or other configuration.

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thanks Hemant arora​I'm not clear why it's not auto-installing for me... My local aem instance is v 6.3, service pack 1 (limiting the wcm components all versions I can use)I'm running mvn clean install -P autoInstallPackageI also posted an issue on the github project - maintainers there asked me to include my POM (which I have done here)

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thanks Hemant arora​. For the maven BUILD stages your output looks the same as mine. What I was specifically hoping you would copy n paste in your reply is the maven content-package-maven-plugin output showing wcm-components-all getting installed (similar to what I put above for acs commons, i.e. Otherwise I'm still unsure about whether you can successfully auto-install wcm components all (as well as acs commons)

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Thanks Hemant arora that's exactly what I've got already. But no auto-installation for me. I'm running with My maven output is as per my previous comment. What maven output do you see?

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sreenu539 and Hemant arora​ (smacdonald2008​)I'm seeing similar (AEM 6.3) - acs commons installing automatically but not wcm core components all.1. acs commons and core components all subpackages are included in my maven pom, to auto-install along with my custom code project. This looks good at the build stage in maven output:2. acs commons installs fine but not wcm core components . Maven output gives details for acs commons3. Hemant arora​ you say were you also able to successfully install cor...

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