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Re: Local dispatcher with DNS name - Adobe Experience Manager 29-03-2022
My dispatcher runs on port 8080. I'm assuming I do something like127.0.0.1:8080 www.mydomain.comWould my vhost file need to be like be like the following? ...

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Local dispatcher with DNS name - Adobe Experience Manager 29-03-2022
I want to test local dispatcher configs with domain names. How can I do this using the docker local/dev dispatcher? Right now I have it standing up but looks like all content can be found using localhost:8080/content//en.htmlInstead I want to do something like this: :8080/en.html This is for local environment setup which allows me to test rewrites and such. Not for use on a web host.

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Dynamically redirect to appropriate AEM page that is SEO friendly - Adobe Experience Manager 10-03-2022
I have a case where I need to read URL's and dynamically redirect to the right product listing page. i.e. When hitting a product detail page, if the current product is out of stock, I want to handle logic and redirect to a product listing page that displays products within the same category. What is the best approach to this which is also SEO friendly? Would there be a way to dynamically redirect within the dispatcher or is this something a custom Java Servlet should handle? Thanks

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Adding local repo like nexus to maven and managing dependencies - Adobe Experience Manager 10-08-2021
I have use case where I want my custom bundle to be used as a dependency in another project. I've been guided to use Nexus repo and to pull dependencies from there. Problem is I'm having zero luck finding any helpful tutorials about how to connect nexus to AEM. I would like to know how I can add my custom bundle to the nexus local repository and how to configure my parent pom.xml to pull in dependencies from there.

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Re: Get Service from another bundle with JavaScript Use API - Adobe Experience Manager 06-08-2021
@Umesh_Thakur Hey I'm going for a loose coupling approach where both bundles are deployed to AEM. Would I still have to add dependency if I want to reference the service?

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Re: Include custom OSGI bundle in AEM Project - Adobe Experience Manager 06-08-2021
@markus_bulla_adobe Hey I'd like to do the third approach but I don't see the difference between the second approach if you sitll have to add it as a dependency? Can you elaborate a bit more on this please?

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Get Service from another bundle with JavaScript Use API - Adobe Experience Manager 04-08-2021
Hello All, I want to call a service from another bundle using the sling.getService() method but I'm having a hard time trying to do this with the Javascript Use API. I have both bundles installed onto AEM and no dependencies attached to either. I added a filter in bundle b (where the service I want exists) like so ( immediate = true, property = {"testprop=shopify"}) public class ShopifyStoreServiceCustomImpl implements ShopifyStoreServiceCustom { and then in bundle a's use api I'm trying to call...

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Include custom OSGI bundle in AEM Project - Adobe Experience Manager 27-07-2021
Hello all, I have a custom AEM project which I've built some services/servlet and will only be installing the core module (lets say osgi bundle a) on to AEM. Now I want to add this bundle a into another AEM Project which will consume bundle a's services & servlets. How can I go about adding my custom bundle to my custom AEM Project while resolving dependencies. I would also like to know what to add to my pom.xml's if possible.

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Re: Dynamicallly add attribute to top level element of co... - Adobe Experience Manager 06-05-2021
@Asutosh_Jena_ Hey while this does work with preset values it doesn't answer my question of setting class names to the component wrapper element.Please check my post for the correct solution. Please mark that as the correct answer. Thank You.

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Re: Dynamicallly add attribute to top level element of co... - Adobe Experience Manager 06-05-2021
This can be done by adding the cq:HtmlTag node under the component and setting a property name of "class" as String with your custom class name.More information can be found here https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-64/developing/components/decoration-tag.html?lang=en#recommendations

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