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Re: AEM Clicktale integration kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Thanks, Kautuk. I've reached out to ClicktaleEli
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AEM Clicktale integration kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
HiMy team is trying out Clicktale, an analytics software that is an Adobe partner. They have an AEM integration detailed here: https://www.clicktale.com/media/3332/clicktale-aem-integration-sheet.pdfHowever, I cannot find that integration on Package Share. Am I missing something? Is there another way to search package share?- Go to https://www.adobeaemcloud.com/content/packageshare.html- Search for "clicktale"- No results
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Re: HttpSession in AEM 6.2 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Sh1ju​ your solution works. Might even be included in Service Pack 1
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Re: Loading Sightly templates outside of /apps kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Our company requires very flexible authoring. Our dev team can take down the site with a template as well. I am working on this as a pilot, to be used in a restricted context by a few authorsThat being said, are you thinking about a scenario where this will happen by mistake?
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Loading Sightly templates outside of /apps kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
HelloI am trying to implement a feature that would let authors have limited access to Sightly templating. For example, a heading component with a 'text property- heading.html - default.html ${title @ context='html'} The problem is that, for data-sly-call, Sightly can only load files from the Resource Resolver search path. When I try to add another directory like /content/dam/templates there, all hell breaks loose (see image links).The servlet resolver cannot resolve siteadmin or damadmin servle...
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Re: HttpSession in AEM 6.2 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
This is a critical bug at the very foundation of app servers. Any workaround here would be essentially a hack. Our current hack is to save session values in the respository
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Re: HttpSession in AEM 6.2 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
You're not alone, same issue here. Will open a ticket as well
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Re: HttpSession issues in AEM 6.2 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Same thing here. Code that has worked since 5.6.1 for 3 years fails on 6.2:request 1: request.getSession().setAttribute("key", "value")request 2 (on single author, no cluster): request.getSession().getAttribute("key") // null Please help!
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Spell checking in the browser for rich text kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
HiI would like to have browser spell check for the rich-text dialog. For some reason, it is disabled by default (see image below). The 'spellcheck' plugin is an option, but native browser spell checking is preferable.Also, for the 'spellcheck' plugin - is it an open source one? Is there any documentation on how to configure it? Cheers,Eli[img]browser spellcheck disabled RTE.PNG[/img]
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Re: Re-indexing author and publish instances separately kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Thanks Sham! Very good to know.
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Re-indexing author and publish instances separately kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
HelloAs part of our upcoming deployment, CQ indexes will have to be rebuilt. On publish instances, we do a rolling reindex - bring down a publisher, reindex, start. The authors, however, are clustered, so (to my understanding), they all have to be brought down, reindexed, and brought up (master followed by slaves). Here are the questions:1. Is it possible to bring down master, reindex, start and then do the same to slaves?2. Is it possible to reindex publishers and authors separately? That is, c...
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Re: Update Lucene analyzers in CQ5.5 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Thank for the reply! So, suppose I wrap the lucene-core jar with OSGi metadata. This fragment would then, supposedly, export org.apache.lucene.analysis.*. Will org.apache.jackrabbit.core.query.lucene.SearchIndex become aware of the new analyzers?
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Update Lucene analyzers in CQ5.5 kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
HelloI'm implementing a search feature in CQ5.5. A requirement for search is that 'stemming' be used - search for 'builder' and find 'building', 'builds' etc.This functionality can be had using, for example, org.apache.lucene.analysis.en.EnglishAnalyzer. However, the Lucene that comes with CQ5.5 is v303. Its available analyzers are:$ find . -name "lucene-core*.jar" | xargs jar tf | grep "analysis/.*Analyzer"org/apache/lucene/analysis/Analyzer.classorg/apache/lucene/analysis/KeywordAnalyzer.class...
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Re: Version of pages - and the visual difference page function kasike_rafiki - Adobe Experience Manager
Diff is something you have to manually do on a component basis. Take a look at the foundation title - it can be quite involved...
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