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Re: AEM 6.2, page references and domain name
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Great idea. Thank you. I have forwarded your suggestions to our programmer.

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Thanks for confirming.....only recourse seems to be to train/inform our AEM authors to always use relative links when linking to internal content.

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Hello,When our AEM authors add links to internal content (DAM assets such as pdfs or other webpages), instead of using the content finder to add the links, they will copy and paste the URL from the browser (other times they might create the html first in Adobe Dreamweaver and then add the html via source edit in the text component). If the AEM author uses the content finder, the link ends up being something like this (example: /test1.html) and the test1.html page will show as being referenced, b...

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Re: Identify image-based (scanned) pdfs in the DAM?
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Thank you very much......we have forwarded your response to our AEM programmer.

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Hi,Hoping there might be a way to identify pdfs (we have almost 20,000 in the DAM in a number of folders) that are image-based (scanned)....usually created when the owner could not locate the original digital copy and ended up just scanning a paper copy and creating a pdf. Over the years, we ended up with hundreds of these. I thought maybe a very simple solution would work - in site admin>aem assets and using the search, with "-the" in fulltext, and file type=pdf (the idea being that since the p...

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