When checked in cors log file no error or issue was detected and also
when checked via curl commands we can see the header file present for
the domain, but somehow when page is loading that header is not present
Hi All, We have made necessary changes in Adobe Cross Origin Sharing
Configuration policy in configMgr. Also we have added
"Access-Control-Allow-Origin" in headers file under dispatcher.any but
we are still facing this below issue. when we try to hit the java script
of salesforce component from aem. Access to XMLHttpRequest at
from origin 'xxAEM DEV AUTHORxxx.com' has been blocked by CORS polic...
Hi Experts,Whenever I am trying to do TagManager.getNameSpaces()or
TagManager.getTags(resource)I am getting null pointer Exception.My Tags
are present under /content/cq:tags/Also I have installed Service Pack
6.4.3Also resourceResolver is having readSystem as subservice.Can you
anyone help on this?
Hi All,whenever we'll get a exception in a particular process step,
there will be a option called "retry" instead of "complete" if we select
that retry option, the particular step will be re executed againif there
is no exception it will move to its next forward stateif there is still
exception the workflow should be there in that process step nlythis
thing i need to acheive programaticallyThanks!
Hi Arun,I did actually but while setting property it is prompting me to
Cast argument to (Value).DateFormat inputFormat = new
date = inputFormat.parse(inputDate); Calendar calendar =
calendar.getTime() );When i do cast, it is giving error while setting
metadata"javax.jcr.Date cannot be casted to javax.jcr.Value"
I understood on how set jcr:property of type date by doing thisCalendar
cal = Calendar.getInstance();node.setProperty("publishDate",cal);How to
add a property of type Date using Java? What it does is it sets property
with Name and type date but value it takes as the current Local time.I
want to update value.Can anyone help.