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Re: External search integration best practices
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Exactly right Arun! I'd be keen to know if there is anyone in the community who is pulling content via QueryBuilder APIs to hydrate external search indexes. Neither have I personally used this approach nor does it make sense to me. I wonder if anyone out there in the community has used this and had success and if so I'd be interested to know volume of content and scale of the integration at play.

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Re: Storing user data in aem. Is it recommended?
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Technicalities aside - the simple answer is no. Do not store user data in AEM. Use integration that stores this data somewhere else.

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Hello folks, My understanding has always been that the design pattern to follow when integrating with external search platform is always a push based mechanism whereby AEM responds to content events (publish, unpublish etc.). Traditionally this ends up being calls to the external platform to update its indexes with appropriate content payload. Our external search platform provider has released a beta version of their AEM connector for us to evaluate. It essentially does a full and incremental cr...

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Re: How to customise the search facets in workflow inbox
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Thanks for replying. This is what we had planned for and also decided to shelf the idea because of the effort invovled. I was hoping there would some other legitimate hooks for doing this but sadly that does not appear to be the case. We will feed this as an enhancement request for Adobe to provide extensibility points for inbox customisations. The out of the inbox very rarely meets customer requirements.

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Hi all, It's pretty standard to customise the search rail for assets but has anyone ever customised the search rail for workflow inbox? Let's say I wanted to add a different facet to filter the inbox items. I don't see any documentation regarding this anywhere and naturally would be very interested to know if anyone has done this. I have attached a screenshot and marked up the section that I am alluding to. Many thanks.

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Hi all, We are currently evaluating XML Documentation for AEM. The idea is to have all the technical content (dita assets) stored in AEM and exposed them via a bunch of services which the frontend will then consume and render accordingly. The existing frontend has a rich set of JSON APIs exposed out of the existing platform that AEM is set to replace.We can of course use the Assets HTTP API to retrieve these dita payloads. However, would it not be possible to put one or more of these assets (dit...

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Looks like this functionality is coming as part of AEM 6.5. Problem solved I guess.

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Hi all,The current integration pushes AEM Experience Fragments into Target as HTML Offers. I am keen to find out if there is any way I can push the JSON representation of the said fragments into Target. I believe this is currently not possible (maybe on the roadmap for Adobe). As a workaround, would it be possible to use Remote Offers and use the .model.json extension on the experience fragments to pull in the JSON representation into Target?I appreciate that JSON Offers are there for precisely ...

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You could also consider the Webhooks APIhttp://developers.marketo.com/webhooks/

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Doing this in practical terms is untenable from a performance point of view. Imagine one tag that references 50K pages. You do this and you will bring down your author instance or whatever instance you do this on. Then there is the question of what will you do with vast number of pages that have now been modified on Author? Publish them? What are the consequences of that (surely you won't run a massive query and edit pages on publish). The list goes on.The only realistic option I can think of is...

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I changed the configuration of the garbage collector on my local instance to run every 5 minute with the following expression0/1 0/5 0 ? * * *I can confirm that the TagGarbageCollector does not remove the references of the deleted tags from cq:tags property of the page's jcr:content node. Basically this is going to be a problem as searching for the deleted tag in UI shows up pages that contain this invalid reference now.

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Sadly the session doesn't really address the crux of the questions I have...

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Hi everyone,Just seeking some advice on best practices around handling deleted tags. As far as I understand...Version: 6.3, SP1Deleting a tag whilst it's referenced by a number of content nodes (pages) will remove the tag from /etc/tags but it won't remove it from the page's cq:tags property.The com.day.cq.tagging.impl.TagGarbageCollector background job will clean-up tags that are no longer referenced by any pages.The cq:tags property of the pages will still contain references to the deleted tag...

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Thank you Arun. That certainly seems feasible. I still think this could be and should be a configurable behaviour within AEM. But yes, meanwhile, I think one has no option but to customise.

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Thanks for the clarification. What is the use case for it from an "approval" point of view? Surely the end goal, for majority of the use cases, is to have several stages of reviews followed by activation to publish instance(s). What benefit could there possibly be in having multiple workflows for the same page? I just do not see the merit of it... What is your view?

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Correct. That appears to be the case. I feel in general, there is a case that a page, at the very least, not being subject to multiple running workflows. That should be pretty simple to implement in Touch UI. It gets interesting when we talk about a workflow package where multiple resources are involved. Implement this kind of simple control for a package is that one could have multiple packages where the same resources participate. As you can imagine, with it being possible to subject a "page" ...

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We are finding that not to be the case. I just verified that too on a 6.3 SP2 instance on my local machine. Some of the others have tested this on 6.3 SP1. Have a look at the attached screenshot that shows the community page is being workflowed twice. Thoughts?

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I'd be keen to know this also. Has anyone managed to get this to work? I think this is customisation...

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