Hi , We are currently setting up an end - to - end QA process for AEM
application in Agile environment. Are there any standard process
documents / resources available for setting up QA process ( Automation &
Manual) for AEM applications ?Thanks
Service Resolver works , after saving the session , values are stored at
content node. I dont want values to be stored in JCR so session.save()
or resource.commit() wont be helpful. Following code returns NULL when
user does not have write permissions: ModifiableValueMap valueMap =
talks about the issue . I wonder if we code can still inject values to
resource after user does not ha...
Gdubz wrote... Hi ptK, Firstly, WCMUse is deprecated, use
WCMUsePojo instead. Secondly, is there any particular reason you're
using a ModifiableValueMap to READ values? You should really just be
using a regular ValueMap instead, if you can help it. In the event
that you can't help but use the ModifiableValueMap, you may need to
utilize a Service Resolver that has sufficient privileges to read and
write content, in lieu of the user's (possibly unprivileged)
WCM USE class creates a MAP from backend Service.
// Creates a MAP of all properties custom + authoredIn HTML TEXT Above snippet
works fine when user who has all permissions views the page.But when I
view the page for a user who only has read access on ‘/content/page’
values don’t get printed and end result is TEXT One way to
handle is store values in JCR nodes which can be fetched in HTML,
checking if there is a way to s...
Trying to reset password for AEM 6.1 Followed steps mentioned here : 
It did not work for me , are there different set of instructions for AEM
Created a Lucene index under :
gets deployed ,I see a Warning message
property type: jcr:title &
property type: jcr:descriptionAny idea why this message for jcr:title ?
While following the
http://labs.6dglobal.com/blog/2015-03-09/oak-index-packages/ author said
you will see the "WARN " message : consider creating an index or
changing the queryWhen running a query with no index defied. I am
traversing less than 100 nodes for my query and using Predicate
Evaluators. I don't see the message when I run the query without an
index , does that mean I should not consider creating an index ? .