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Re: Getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: com.adobe.aemfd.docmanager.source.DocumentSourceHandler - Adobe Experience Manager 22-08-2019
You need to add Adobe AEMDS Core Document Manager Support (adobe-aemds-core-docmanager) bundle in classpath or you can add it dependency. This bundle is present in AEM. It will resolve DocumentSourceHandler class

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Re: AEM Servlet Unit Test - Adobe Experience Manager 22-08-2019
Hi Everyone, You need to add Adobe AEMDS Core Document Manager Support (adobe-aemds-core-docmanager) bundle in classpath or you can add it dependency. This bundle is present in AEM. It will resolve DocumentSourceHandler class

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Re: java.lang.NoClassDefFoundError: com/adobe/aemfd/docmanager/source/DocumentSourceHandler - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 22-08-2019
Hi Everyone, You need to add Adobe AEMDS Core Document Manager Support (adobe-aemds-core-docmanager) bundle in classpath or you can add it dependency. This bundle is present in AEM. It will resolve DocumentSourceHandler class

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Re: Show hide dialog fields based on radio button in AEM 6.3 - Adobe Experience Manager 18-09-2018
Hi Jamess, You can refer AEM form component (/libs/fd/af/components/aemform). Asset Type (radio button) field has show-hide functionality .

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Re: Allowed Paths not working in AEM template editor 6.2 - Adobe Experience Manager 15-02-2018
In case of editable template , you have to add allowedPaths property into jcr:content of the template.

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