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Re: Missing the wrapper element that contains the "section" class - Adobe Experience Manager 08-12-2017
Adding a cq:htmlTag didn't work.One of my coworkers was tracing code and he he finally nailed the issue. During the upgrade process an ACL node was created under /apps with a "deny everyone read" setting which was done by the upgrade process and not removed.When the session attempted to read data under the /apps structure it was denied and that resulted in the no wrapper being put on the components.

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Re: Missing the wrapper element that contains the "section" class - Adobe Experience Manager 08-12-2017
Veena - We have 70+ sites representing over 500k pages that each one is now structurally different. The requirement for having these is so that existing styles, that are managed by a different team, are not screwed up. Now conceivably it may be better at some point to get rid of this wrapping div but we would want to do so in a controlled manner. If I'm unable to determine why they disappeared in the first place I have no level of confidence that they won't re-appear at some point.

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Re: Missing the wrapper element that contains the "section" class - Adobe Experience Manager 08-12-2017
I'm not sure what you mean by we.retail is that a new demo site in 6.3?

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Missing the wrapper element that contains the "section" class - Adobe Experience Manager 08-12-2017
We have been using AEM since CQ 5.4 when a component gets rendered it gets a generated div that wraps the component and in that div it gets some classes like "section". Usually people post to the community asking how to get rid of these. We have the opposite problem, we're trying to figure how to get them back.We're in the process of upgrading from 6.1 to 6.3. When we upgrade our publish instance it no longer renders the wrapping DIVs and completely messes with the designs that are in place.Any ...

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Re: AEM 6.1 Unable to Start Apache Sling Commons FileSystem ClassLoader (org.apache.sling.commons.fsclassloader) - Adobe Experience Manager 31-07-2017
Cause knowledge is power The idea behind the region digraph is that it intercepts and shortcuts the wiring framework to tell your bundle what the available package versions are.There's two possible reasons that I'm aware of that this would have been implemented. The first is that it could maintain a state of what the OSGi bundle relationships are without having those bundles actually available. This would have assisted in the scenarios where you have complicated relationships of dependencies dur...

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Re: AEM 6.1 Unable to Start Apache Sling Commons FileSystem ClassLoader (org.apache.sling.commons.fsclassloader) - Adobe Experience Manager 31-07-2017
Region Digraph was a bad thing and in a later service pack they removed it. If you revert your fsclassloader back to 1.0.2 and keep the digraph disabled you should be good.

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Re: AEM 6.1 Unable to Start Apache Sling Commons FileSystem ClassLoader (org.apache.sling.commons.fsclassloader) - Adobe Experience Manager 31-07-2017
Check your bundles to see if you have something called "Region digraph" If that's there, disable it.

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Re: How to take an action on a deleted Asset in Adobe Experience Manager? - Adobe Experience Manager 31-07-2017
There's a number of possible problems that are occurring.In the workflow process step that you have, the contents of the deleted node should have been part of workflow item that you are working on. Or did you attempt to look up the deleted item from within the process?Additionally, it may be simpler to do an event listenerAdobe Experience Manager Help | Creating Event Handlers for Adobe Experience Manager

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Re: Anonymous access to /etc/tags - Adobe Experience Manager 17-05-2017
This is a design decision on your end as to whether you want to provide anonymous access to this. We've set our website up with that permission in that manner.Just to be aware, we've had problems with this permission. It gets reset whenever you do a CFP upgrade so you will need to make sure that you backup/restore it.

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Re: obtaining 6.3 - Adobe Experience Manager 17-05-2017
Thanks! After going round n round, that tidbit of information was really useful. I'm on the right path now.

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