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where can I edit my preferences?

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Since a few weeks I don't received the posts from the community.I get only the post with questions but not the answerswhere can I change this?thanksb

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you can check whether the property a multiple one like this:final Property property = metadataNode.getProperty("dc:title"); if (property.isMultiple()) {metadataNode.setProperty("dc:title", new String[]{"My title"} );} else {metadataNode.setProperty("dc:title", "My title" );}

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another possibility is to use http://www.day.com/maven/javax.jcr/javadocs/jcr-2.0/javax/jcr/security/AccessControlManager.html

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Hi Madhava,here are some hints:For creating a page you can use Pagemanager.Including the parsys you can try something like this SlingHttpServletRequest sRequest;// get itRequestDispatcher rd = sRequest.getRequestDispatcher(Resource resource, RequestDispatcherOptions options) ;rd.include(ServletRequest request, ServletResponse response); hope that helpe,Bouchta

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        You can use Assetreferencesearch from dam.commond.util

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