Hi @tejasm80012916 If you are a partner and if you have adobe solution
partner portal access, you can get AEM on-demand learning from here and
download the AEM jar from the software distribution portal. You can also
refer to this community thread with similar information that might help
Hi @ForrestLi Hostname matching is done according to how the client
identifies the host it's trying to access. If it's trying to access
https://localhost/, then the certificate must be valid for localhost. If
it's trying to access https://something-else.example, then the
certificate must be valid for something-else.example, even if localhost
and something-else.example are one and the same machine. You can use the
below steps to diagnose and confirm the issue:Check the Server’s Fully
Thanks for the article Aanchal, I tried it with the latest archetype-35
and it worked if we followed the same order of steps while adding
configurations on pom.xml, and kudos for noting it in the blog.Also, a
minor observation that a piece of line (groupId for ac oakindex package
dependency) was missing in Step 2 (Declare third party packages for
deployment via maven project - Adding the snippets in relevant sections
of “all” module’s pom.xml)->
Hey @anuradha3, based on the functionality of the iframe you can choose
the similar respective core components and reuse it in your project else
you can overlay those core components and tweak it accordingly.FYR, you
can follow these helping Adobe documentation to know much about core
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I'm also getting the null value for the currentPage if I tried following
the same code snippet which you have posted. My use case is I'm
triggering the servlet call on click of a button in a component. Now I
need the currentPage in which the component is placed. I'm getting null
value because the I have configured my servlet request whose path is
inside /etc which doesn't have the direct link to the page.Could u
suggest any work around for this scenario.
@yashaswidotiya , @Ritesh_Mittal I'm also facing the same issue while
using custom styles inside RTE, style classes are getting wrapped up
with the additional span tag so unable to target html elements directly
with their respective classes.
Hi @salamswapnil, full-text field searches for the whole word that
matches the search key anywhere in webpages.If your search key is "Ind"
then it searches for Ind everywhere on pagesFYR =>
Hello everyone,I'm Rajalakshmi, budding AEM Developer working in
Deloitte as an AEM Developer and exploring the exciting features of AEM.
Hope this community helps me to improve and share my insights about this
tool.Best Regards.Rajalakshmi R.