I will put forward my question slightly in a different way. We are using
AEM OSGI Installation with AEM forms add-on and use watched folders
offline method for pdf generation using XML and XDP files. Should we
move to JEE installation to get better performance for the same
requirement (watched folders). Is there any difference between these two
in terms of performance ? Is JEE better than OSGi in all AEM
functionality or only in few areas ? Does moving from OSGi to JEE
provide anything better in...
Thanks for your response. I am just not clear with this part in OSGi
option. During installation of AEM and forms addon, is there an option
to specify that this is a cluster installation or is this an post
installation configuration. In the watched folder configuration, path is
expected to be shared network folder in a clustered environment. Based
on this, I assume cluster environment setup is available for OSGi AEM
forms setup. I am just trying to get this cluster setup done in my
Thanks. Can we not do a cluster setup in OSGi option for generating pdf
through watched folders ? I have setup two AEM instance with form
service and made both of them use the same input folder but load is not
balanced between two since the two machines doesn't know each other that
they are in cluster. So, I am looking for an option here to configure as
a cluster. Please confirm if this option support or not. If not, will
have to go for JEE option. In JEE option, why do we an external load
Team - For large size (6000 pages) PDF generation, please let know if
OSGi or JEE option is recommended by Adobe. Is there any clustering
option in OSGi and JEE for sharing the load between multiple instances?
I don't want to use the cluster additional node as fail over instead
want to make all the nodes share the pdf output service load so that the
pdf generation will complete quickly. If JEE, can it solve this load
balancing problem? How can I enable clustering?
Hi Team, I need to install AEM forms in a cluster environment to make
the forms input - watched folder shared by cluster nodes for load
balancing pdf generation. I am trying OSGi option here. I don't see any
clear documentation on how do this installation. Please help.
Thanks a lot for your help. I understand that, Form Services for PDF
generation are not part of the Adobe managed services. So, if PDF
generation is a requirement for the cloud application (Lets say Azure
Cloud application), then AEM has to be installed in our own Azure cloud
VM along with form services addon and this needs to be used for PDF
generation. Please correct me if I am wrong.
Can you please let us know if there is a cloud service available for PDF
generation (through REST API Call).?. We are currently using AEM product
on premises to generate the PDF files by placing the input XML files in
the watched folder. The PDF templates are available as XDP files created
used designer.Now, with the application getting moved to cloud, we are
looking for cloud service from Adobe which can be used to create the PDF
file using the XML input data and XDP templates. Please help with...
Hi Team, Can you please let us know if there is a cloud service
available for PDF generation (through REST API Call).?. We are currently
using AEM product on premises to generate the PDF files by placing the
input XML files in the watched folder. The PDF templates are available
as XDP files created used designer.Now, with the application getting
moved to cloud, we are looking for cloud service from Adobe which can be
used to create the PDF file using the XML input data and XDP templates.
After CQ-quickstart-6.3.0 jar is started, ‘Watched folder’ is configured
thru admin console. Can we set the ‘Watched folder’ at the time of
startup itself? Can we set/change the ‘Watched folder’ programmatically?
Can AEM Support mulit language (French, Spanish, Japanese) in the PDF
generation ?. If yes, does this just requires the template to be created
in other languages alone ? or do we need to do more to get this done?.
Currently, we are generating PDF about 6000 pages in English by using
fixed templates. Also - When I move to cloud, Do I need to have license
only for the component that I am using (for eg PDF generation alone) and
install only that?
After migration from Adobe Central 5.x to AEM 6.2 , we noticed that PDF
generation is done by using the Watched folder functionality. XML input
files needs to be created and placed in the Watched folder and AEM
pickups the input xmls from watched folder, creates the PDF and places
the PDF in the output folder. Is there any other way by which PDF
generation can be triggered in AEM 6.2 ?. Is there any way to do the
clustering of the watched folder to enable scaling ?
Does CQ-quickstart-6.3.0.jar setup anything on local system? OR Can
CQ-quickstart-6.3.0.jar be run in AWS Lambda function?Current system
uses ‘Watched folder’ to place files and trigger PDF generation. Is
there any better way to do this?How to do cluster of AEM with ‘Watched
folder’Usecase /sample/ best practices for multi-language support in
creating PDFCurrently after CQ-quickstart-6.3.0 jar is started, ‘Watched
folder’ is configured thru admin console. Can we set the ‘Watched
folder’ at the t...
Hi All, We are working on a solution to migrate the AEM Server from
on-premises to AWS cloud. Need some help on the below questions. 1. We
are using AEM just for creating PDFs by running CQ-quickstart-6.3.0.jar.
Does it start entire suite of AEM or Does it start only a component
required for PDF generation?2. Is there any way to create PDF without
running CQ-quickstart-6.3.0.jar3. Is there any benefit in using
different run mode? Author Vs Publish nosample4. Currently with default
run mode, CQ-q...