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Re: Integrating AEM 6.5 with Adobe Target | AEM Community Blog Seeding
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I believe the issue with 'admin' user for IMS configs got fixed in the release 6.5.5 here - https://docs.adobe.com/content/help/en/experience-manager-65/release-notes/service-pack/sp-release-notes.html

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Re: Getting java.lang.ClassNotFoundException: org.apache.cxf.jaxws.spi.ProviderImpl
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For AEM 6.5, ideally it should work fine if you install the package from this document - https://helpx.adobe.com/uk/experience-manager/kb/jaxws-webservice-calls-not-working-aem-65.html if there is no class path issues due to embedding of jars in your project. Package file

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Re: After publish the Experience Fragment It is fine in p...
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The experience fragment transformer is using the script /libs/cq/experience-fragments/components/xfpage/body.nocloudconfigs.html while exporting to target. You can remove the container class there by overlaying in your custom template.

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Re: Experience Fragment HTML Export to Adobe Target Trans...
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The markup while exporting to Target is based on /libs/cq/experience-fragments/components/xfpage/body.nocloudconfigs.html and the wrapper div's could be removed here.

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Experience Fragment HTML Export to Adobe Target Transformer Issue
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I have created an experience fragment template(editable) by inheriting from the "cq/experience-fragments/components/xfpage". However I am not using scripts from the parent component in rendering. Everything looks good in the final html page source while I preview in a disabled mode. However when I export this to Target, I can see the content has got the below client libraries present and I have found that this is coming from the /libs/wcm/foundation/components/page/headlibs.html which is the par...

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Re: Apache Sling Context-Aware Configuration - Override v...
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The correct config is as following to override via OSGioverrides="[[/content/test/en]de.joerghoh.cqdump.caconfig.workflow.CaConfigParticipantStepChooserConfig/approverGroup="osgi-approver"]" Corrected the answer as the fix was to change the quotes after the equals sign.

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Re: Apache Sling Context-Aware Configuration - Override v...
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Hi Arun, I agree with you that both are different and the context of its usage. However it is stated in sling documentation that we can override the ca config values using osgi config in non prod environments. I've tried that but I could not make it work in my local by using the above config. My concern if the factory config I am using to override is correct and if the value format is correct Best RegardsPaul

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Apache Sling Context-Aware Configuration - Override via OSGi configuration
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I am investigating the feasibility of overriding the Context Aware values using OSGi configurations as stated in this document https://sling.apache.org/documentation/bundles/context-aware-configuration/context-aware-configuration-override.html#override-via-osgi-configuration Essentially this is for having different values based on run mode configurations. Not for production environment. For example, I am taking the a sample implementation created by Jörg here. If I want to overwrite the value of...

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