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Re: How to create a component which has multiple parsys based on a multifield?
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Thanks smacdonald2008​. I've raised this issue with customer support and am awaiting their response. Incidentally, it appears if we create the parsys items (eg text) under the itemX node. The parsys items will also get wiped out everytime we update ANY fields in the dialog. The multifield doesn't seem to support child nodes.

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The problem is that you are not creating your parsys node as a child of your multifield nodes.You can use pure htl to solve this without using use classes. When the item (eg item0) is deleted so will the child (eg text). This will solve your "delete" problem.However, there is still an issue when the multifields are "reordered". It appears that reordering only reorders (by recreating?) the parent nodes. The child nodes are deleted/ignored in the process. Is this an aem issue smacdonald2008...

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