Thanks for the answer Darren!Yes, sure!No, I do not have any
dispatchers. But if this were the problem would not work even the
changes on the images and css. Instead those changes work, and the only
modality that does not work is that on html templates.
I followed this guide to modify the process tables within the workspace:
Adobe Experience Manager Help | Customize tracking tables Unfortunately
all the changes I make on the workspace templates are not shown, even if
I delete the cache or restart jboss.Do I have to take other actions to
make the changes effective? or did I find a workspace bug?Thanks for the
I saw that the attachments buttons inserted inside an adaptive form are
not shown inside the workspace.Can you tell me the reason?If I needed to
have two different types of attachments, of which only one is mandatory
and, for example, that it is only one, with a pdf extension, how should
I do?From what I understood the only way to attach files is by using the
attachment tab at the top of the workspace, but in this you can not set
the rules described above.Do you have any advice to give me?Thanks...
Thanks for the reply! Probably I have not explained well. I need to get
the target-global-mbox of a web application via the android sdk.
Basically what I need is the result of the call rest that is done thanks
to the use of at.js: .tt.omtrdc.net / m2 /.../ mbox / json? Mbox =
target-global-mbox & .. .I thought this was possible through a load
request to the target-global-mbox, but it does not work.My goal is to
realize a cross platform targetization, in which the results of the
is it possible to make a request to the target-global-mbox, to display
on an android application, the changes made through a visual activity of
a web page?I tried this way:TargetLocationRequest request =
Target.createRequest ("target-global-mbox", ...);but it does not
work.Thanks for your help!