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Re: MongoDB and OAK integration
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Jörg_Hoh

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You can use any API AEM provides to write to the repository. It can be the JCR API, it can be Sling, or other highlevel concepts. That totally depends on you.

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Re: HTL link to download assets dam
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Hi, Can you try creating a component extending core download component (core/wcm/components/download/v1/download) and observe the behavior. (HTL code looks similar though)If it is still not happening, can you check for the "docx" asset which has filename without space (%20)

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Re: How to generate sitemap without ACS AEM Common Site M...
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@anthonyt2853861,You can take a look at the implementation of the ACS Common Site Map Servlet, and use it as inspiration to build your own Site Map servlet. Cloning "com.adobe.acs.commons.wcm.impl.SiteMapServlet" directly into your project will work without much configuration. Read the implementation of the SiteMapServlet and understand what it is doing. With this example code, it should be able to steer you to the right direction on how to implement and build your own Site Map Servlet. Also, ne...

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Re: Combine differents AEM project into a single project AEM
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Hi Jorg, I am interested in the second option, I want to import a single project maven and in that project to have my 2 projects AEM. Why want I that? Because I have a site in production with the cloud services AEM. They gave me a repository AEM. Within that repository I want to push my new site AEM. Each project will have its own artifact.

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Re: Multi Site AEM in a same maven project
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As @jbrar already mentioned it's all about the maven structure. You just have to create multiple sub-modules, which contain the bundle, the templats/components/dialogs for a single site. You need to ensure that both are not deploying to the same repo location and do not have clashing bundle names. But besides that it's pretty straight-foward.

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Re: How to get assets from DAM in a java class?
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Hi Frank, that error may be because your publish instance is not exactly synchronized with your author instance.I recommend that you verify if the bundle both in your author instance and publish are the same.You can validate in the following url:Author instance: http: localhost:4502/system/console/status-slingmodelsInstance publish: http://localhost:4503/system/console/status-slingmodelsIf they are not the same, go to your core project and run the following command by console: mvn clean install ...

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