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The intent was to make the authoring experiences simpler with minimum exposure to AEM internals. Authors can perform CRUD and update content in the same page. It makes more sense for me to have two pages, master page to do CRUD on pages/nodes, detail page to update content, if this is possible. thanks, Charlie

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Our business wants to update various content /pages from a single page. This is basically switching the associated jcr path dynamically from the same page. Attached is the proposed authoring UI. I know it’s premature and can be changed. But the key is to control all the page/content CRUD operations from one or two pages.State dropdown has 50 values.Category dropdown has 5 values.When state or category value changes, other content in the page changed accordingly.Not all state & category combinati...

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Is it possible to customize OOB Data Type by adding/overlay image or file-upload?images can loaded like an image component.

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Thanks! If using AEM for asset management, it makes sense to store them in DAM. For wcm development the focus is to assist stand up pages, it's helpful to have images as part of Richtext/CF logically so they can be managed together. Regardless where the images are physically stashed under.

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I'm not worried much about consuming OOTB CF data as long as the data have predictable predefined structured in JCR, which they are under /content/dam. I know that assets can be referenced from CF by defining a Content Reference field. However our assets are integral part of CFs. Storing assets outside of the other CF data have many disadvantages.What I'd like to have is to be able to insert assets directly into CF. The benefits:1. optimized authoring experiences. authors can directly upload ima...

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Thanks for the pointer!I went thru CF FAQ sample before. This video has more helpful info. It used Content Reference for images. I knew this option and tried to find some other ways. Our assets/images are part of the CF. Having authors to load assets separately from CF is really cumbersome. It will do for our small set of CFs. it will make CF authoring unbearable for large amount of assets. I don't see why asset/image data type is not in CF.

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That's in my plan for next step, create services to make the CF available for different targets for consumption. I thoughts that will be relatively easier after the CF and structures are well defined. Currently I'm focusing defining the CF structure at authoring. We have multiple hierarchical levels of CF models, with fragment elements of rich text, images, files...

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Hi,I need to use content fragment elements to store images or other files alone. So that the urls to the assets can be used in json for service calls. The images or files can be retrieved later in separate ajax calls.According to this: Working with Content Fragments. There is no direct image or file content fragment element support in AEM 6.4. I don't want to use Associated Content where assets to be referenced have to be preloaded. Assets Inserted into a Fragment (Mixed-Media Fragments) is pref...

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