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Re: Add open and close square brackets to a list in sling model - Adobe Experience Manager 21-06-2022
@Keerthi97 Why not storing your arrayList items in a map, and then iterate over the values of map in sightly . I think that would be easy.

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Re: AEM - Possible to Add Meta Tags to Pages in Bulk - Adobe Experience Manager 31-03-2022
check this groovy script point #2 ref:- https://labs.tadigital.com/index.php/2018/12/18/groovy-script-in-aem/ Java 1234567891011121314151617def path = "/content/we-retail/us/en/user/account/order-history";def propName = "testPropName";def propValue = "testPropValue"; getPage(path).recurse { page \-> def jcrContentNode = page.node; if (jcrContentNode.hasProperty(propName)) { def oldPropValue = jcrContentNode.getProperty(propName).getString(); if(!oldPropValue.equals(propValue)) { jcrContentNode.s...

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Re: Checking if a particular component is included in a page - Adobe Experience Manager 30-03-2022
If you want to add any clientlib one the existing of any component , Why you are not adding that clientlib in component only . So whenever your required component loads, clientlibs loads

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Re: How to send Form data to Servlets through Ajax - Adobe Experience Manager 30-03-2022
Check in /system/console/servletresolver if your servlet is getting resolved. Or put some logs here.

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Re: Checking if a particular component is included in a page - Adobe Experience Manager 29-03-2022
If your action A is any front-end related action or any servlet call.You can add an identifier(any class or Id) to mediaImage component and then you can check for that identifier and perform your actionElse you have traverse through nodes using slingQuery(Get resource and iterate through child nodes) and check for image-media component then perform your action.

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Re: Ability to enable content fragment option with in sites "create" - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2022
HiI don't see adding a option to create fragment inside sites would be good idea. This can be done but will be very complex change. But a way around already present. Use Content Fragment component on your page.Give path of CF on component.Then you have the option to edit the CF on page itself, which open the CF in new page.Edit option is available on toolbar.

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Re: AEM as Cloud Service - Content Deployment - Adobe Experience Manager 24-01-2022
No not on AEM as a cloud service, Check this dochttps://medium.com/globant/aem-content-synchronization-cb1e15b0c3f8 if you find anything useful.

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Re: AEM as Cloud Service - Content Deployment - Adobe Experience Manager 24-01-2022
Hi Ashutosh, did u check thishttps://adobe-consulting-services.github.io/acs-aem-tools/features/vlt-rcp/index.html I have used this to migrate content/assets in GB's

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Re: how to run a function several times after loading the page (alongwith search facets filter) when filter searching for content in aem - Adobe Experience Manager 18-01-2022
I did not undertsand your objective clearly here, but I think you want to run your JS/Jquery code after the pages loads completely . If that you are looking for then you can use below code you can have $(document).ready() multiple times in a page. The code gets run in the sequence in which it appears.You can use the $(window).load() event for your code since this happens after the page is fully loaded and all the code in the various $(document).ready() handlers have finished running.$(window).lo...

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