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Re: Getting an AuthenticationSupport service missing. Can...
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Hi All, thanks for all the inputs but it didn't help me entirely in resolving the issue as the suggested solutions do not work if there are no good revisions available when we do a consistency check. I did the following to resolve it:1) Stopped AEM2) Removed the older index folder3) Performed a consistency check and found that there were no good revisions to revert to. I however did get the corrupted segment node as part of the output of consistency check as follows: Error while traversing /home...

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Getting an AuthenticationSupport service missing. Cannot authenticate request.
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I have AEM 6.5.4 and I am unable to login to the AEM publish instance over the 4503 port. When I try logging into the crx/de page, I am getting the below message :HTTP ERROR 503Problem accessing /crx/packmgr/index.jsp. Reason: AuthenticationSupport service missing. Cannot authenticate request.I am also unable to check the bundles state as I keep getting a pop up box to login even after entering the correct credentials. I have also tried the following but to no avail: 1) Stopped aem java process....

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Re: Unable to install AEM package using Maven
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@surabhikatiyar, the 3rd module is dependent on both the other 2 modules

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Thanks for your reply. I tried the same by changing the version of the content-package-maven-plugin to 0.5.24 across all the modules but it throws the below error:org.apache.maven.plugin.MojoExecutionException: Package should not contain index definitions, because 'allowIndexDefinitions=false'.

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Thanks for your reply. I tried the same by changing the version of the content-package-maven-plugin to 0.5.24 across all the modules but it throws the below error:

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I am using AEM 6.5 service pack 4. I am building a multi module maven project and building and installing 3 modules in AEM. I am unable to install the module using Jenkins, especially the 3rd module wherein I am facing the below errors interchangeably and occurs intermittently:Request to http://:/crx/packmgr/service.jsp failed, response=Created [ERROR] Missing response status information in response: Content modified /crx/packmgr/service.jsp Content modified /crx/packmgr/service.jsp Stat...

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I have the below requirement: Suppose when the end user enters http://abc-123.co.in , the rewrite rule should be set in such a way that the URL is internally expanded to its home page full URL say http://abc-123.co.in/en/home.html but the full URL should not be visible on the address bar to the end user but rather be seen as http://abc-123.co.in (with .html extension and repo structure upto 'home' removed). How do we set up a rewrite rule for this? Similarily, when the end user clicks on say, ht...

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Re: Clarification on the AEM Author Installation Status
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Thanks for your reply. Can you please let me know as to how we can replace 127.0.0.1:4502 with my system IP xxx.xxx.xxx.xxx:4502?

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Thanks @Suraj_Kamdi . I however had looked into this document before but I am unable to pinpoint in this document as to what needs to be done for setting up SSL PassThrough for the Dispatcher. Can you please help there?

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I have installed AEM 6.5 Author in an RHEL 7 instance and it has started successfully. However, when I run the ./status script, it provides the below output: 09.04.2020 08:10:38.450 *INFO * [main] Setting sling.home=. (command line)09.04.2020 08:10:38.458 *INFO * [main] Sent 'status' to /127.0.0.1:46738: OK Can you please help me understand as to why the 'status' is being sent to 127.0.0.1 localhost rather than to the IP address of the RHEL instance?

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I have installed and configured the dispatcher in RHEL 7 instance and I would now like to set up the SSL Pass through for the dispatcher. I tried to find for a documentation in Adobe but I couldn't find one. Can you please provide me the configuration steps required to setup the same?

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