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End to End QA process - Adobe Experience Manager 06-05-2017
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

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Re: Access Properties values set via WCM USE class - Adobe Experience Manager 09-02-2017
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 = resource.adaptTo(ModifiableValueMap.class); http://labs.6dglobal.com/blog/2015-02-17/modifiablevaluemap-not-found/ talks about the issue . I wonder if we code can still inject values to resource after user does not ha...

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Re: Access Properties values set via WCM USE class - Adobe Experience Manager 08-02-2017
Gdubz wrote... Hi ptK, Firstly, WCMUse[1] is deprecated, use WCMUsePojo[2] instead. Secondly, is there any particular reason you're using a ModifiableValueMap[3] to READ values? You should really just be using a regular ValueMap[4] 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[5] that has sufficient privileges to read and write content, in lieu of the user's (possibly unprivileged) ResourceResolver[6]. [1]...

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Access Properties values set via WCM USE class - Adobe Experience Manager 07-02-2017
WCM USE class creates a MAP from backend Service. resource.adaptTo(ModifiableValueMap.class).putAll(backendPropertyMAP); // 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...

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Sightly : How to Iterate through Map<String , Map> - Adobe Experience Manager 28-12-2016
Backed code submits an object as : HashMap map= new HashMap();In Sightly how can I access Key, Values of the inner Hash Map.

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Reset admin password for AEM 6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 02-11-2016
Trying to reset password for AEM 6.1 Followed steps mentioned here : [1] https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/kb/reset-admin-password.html [2] http://experience-aem.blogspot.com/2015/07/aem-6-sp2-reset-administrator-password-to-admin-offline.html It did not work for me , are there different set of instructions for AEM 6.1 ?

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Lucene Index on jcr:title : - Adobe Experience Manager 17-10-2016
Created a Lucene index under : \jcr_root\_oak_index\.content.xmlWhen package gets deployed ,I see a Warning message org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.index.lucene.IndexDefinition Unknown property type: jcr:title & org.apache.jackrabbit.oak.plugins.index.lucene.IndexDefinition Unknown property type: jcr:descriptionAny idea why this message for jcr:title ?

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Query with no index defied - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 14-10-2016
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 ? .

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Re: Restore the Content Overridden from the other package - Adobe Experience Manager 28-08-2016
Unfortunately I did not create the package with original content. Is it possible to restore the repository for the particular date when it got replaced ?

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Restore the Content Overridden from the other package - Adobe Experience Manager 28-08-2016
Had multiple pages under :/content/a/b . Someone uploaded another package for the same content path : /content/a/b. As I lost few content pages , is there a way to recover deleted pages ?

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