An author can add a CUG on to a page (not fixed).How can we prevent the
CDN from cacheing the pages within the CUG without updating the CDN
config with the specific path to ignore? We are using Akamai.
In DAM Admin, I want to provide an indication to users that the DAM
folder, has a CUG enabled. This could either be to show a different
folder icon, or add the cug:enabled field as a column. Does anyone have
links to the changes required to implement either approach.
I want to secure pages/sub-pages on author and publish, that will become
un-secured at a future point in time. I was considering using ACLs on a
secure folder but the pages are rolled out using Live Copy, from Global
to Region to Local and I am concerned when pages are made un-secure at
the global level e.g. by moving them out of the secure folder, we may
have some Live Copy issues, as the pages will initially be rolled out
within the secure folder, then later outside the secure
First question:We have a parsys used in an admin area of our site, that
has over 1000 components inside. Other than browser rendering slowness,
is this something that is still recommended to avoid with Oak, regarding
read performance of nodes.Node structure:/content [sling:orderedFolder]+
page [cq:Page] + page [cq:Page] + jcr:content [cq:PageContent] + parsys
[nt:unstrcutured] + text_component [nt:unstrcutured] (x over 1000)Second
question:On the website, we load the properties of each text_comp...
I have a CLASSIC UI dialog multifield. For each multifield item, I have
a dropdown that is populated from an expensive API call to an external
system. As the multifield could have 40+ items, I want to avoid making
40+ API calls to populate each item dropdown.What is a good approach to
Hello,Does anyone know if someone has created a colour wheel plugin for
the RTE, for use in Classic UI.I have found these examples but both seem
to have limits on the number of colours to
What folders does a user need permissions to to use Activate Later. The
user has Read, Modify, Create, Delete, Replicate permissions to the
content directory and read access to all other folders e.g. /etc but
although normal activation works, Activate Later does not.