Hi Debal_das, I have below custom queries indexes which worked earlier.
Now instance is re-indexed, after re-indexing queries are taking
damAssetLucence which is OOTB one and including path for this is
/content/dam. How to ensure my custom indexes work?
Hi Team, I have created 2 custom property indexes for 2 different custom
queries which fetch the content from metadata in DAM, it was working
fine somedays back. We faced some issues with indexing, due to this
instance is re-indexed now. After re-indexed, my custom queries are
picking default OOTB index (/oak:index/damAssetLucene) instead of custom
index. How to ensure my queries pick custom index, please suggest.
Your answer is correct, but One question,We can activate child pages,
without activating the parent page. This is also technically wrong. How
can we avoid this? Is there any way to alert user don not activate child
pages until parent page is activated.
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I think my question is not correct. Now I have updated.Actually the
given solution only works for point 1. 1. xyz:pubic --> property value
can be 'yes' or xyz:pubic --> property value is not defined means null.
2. xyz:pubic --> property not available/exist for DAM assets above 2
conditions should match.if xyz:public property not available for assets
need to fetch those assets and,if property available then value should
Hi Team, I am fetching some DAM assets based on the below property
(xyz:public).1) Below is the condition it should use to fetch the
result. 1. xyz:pubic --> property value can be 'yes' or xyz:pubic -->
property value is not defined means null. 2. xyz:pubic --> property not
available/exist for DAM assets above 2 conditions should match. In
simple terms, if xyz:public property not available for assets need to
fetch and if property available then value should be 'yes/null' and
value should not be ...
https://gist.github.com/floriankraft/8b3720464318cd5cd9e2 helped me to
find the required list. SELECT * FROM [nt:unstructured] AS node WHERE
ISDESCENDANTNODE(node, "/search/in/path") AND
PROPERTY(node.[propertyName], "DATE") LIKE "%" Thanks a lot.