HTL is purely a templating language and you cannot do any logic
manipulation in it. You have to either use Java or JS for the same. If
you don't have an associated Java class and this is the only action you
want to do with some properties , I will give you a quick tip. In cases
would prefer JS rather than going a Java route. Refer below link to see
how you can write. If you don't get an idea, let me know I will try to
The best way to do this is to check why minification is failing, Setup a
DEBUG logger on "com.adobe.granite.ui.clientlibs" and Follow the steps
below: - Go to
Cache- Rebuild Libraries- Check the debug logger for errors.
Hi @vijithavari By looking into the logs it looks like the request was
made with "catalog" as the selector.If the selector is not valid then it
will return 404 which is valid and should not be considered as error. If
anyone will make any invalid URL request user will get a 404 response
and the same will be logged in the publish instance log. This is a
default behavior. Thanks!