Hi @Arun_Patidar , I read now the information under the link which you
provided and it looks like in this way I can delete any group, but will
it also delete all related entries (references to that group) in the
Access Control Lists (ACLs) of all pages? Because deleting only a group
is simple programatically. My main question is how to delete the related
entries in ACLs of pages in an automatic way, when I delete a group.
Hi @Arun_Patidar , I have read about the AC Tool and how it can be
used.We didn't create the groups manually, but programmatically.
However, we didn't use the AC Tool in order to create the groups.
Therefore, as far as I understood, we cannot use the AC Tool in order to
delete the existing groups, can we? It's good to know that the AC Tool
exists, but as far as I understood, it doesn't solve my current problem.
Hi @SantoshSai , I should have mentioned in my question that I have
already read the question and answer which had been posted on Stack
Overflow over 5 years ago and copied by
it maybe your question or answer on Stack Overflow? Is it still
up-to-date (in case of the latest AEM 6.5 on-premise version)?
I want to delete some groups. - All related entries in the Access
Control Lists (ACLs) of all pages should also be deleted. Is there a way
to automatically delete all references (ACL entries) to these groups
while deleting the groups?
Hi RikThank you for your answer.You wrote among others:"For requesting
Content Fragments in 3th party applications you need to use GraphQL."Do
I really need to use GraphQL to request the Content Fragments? I would
like to learn if I have other options and what their
advantages/disadvantages are in order to be able to decide which
solution will be best for which case. I saw that the "AEM Assets APIs"
can also be used to access and update the Content Fragments:
There are many different AEM Headless Tutorials available on the
following overview page:
cover many various use cases and frameworks: pure headless, remote
editor, AEM SPA Editor, GraphQL, Content Services. - I would like to
learn about the differences, advantages and disadvantages of all these
possible options at a general level, in order to have an overview of
them. I w...
This reply is already out-of-date and should not be the correct answer
anymore. It is misleading now. See this other reply from "dgordon86":
Hi @Jörg_Hoh, thank you for the answer, I will create a new support
ticket for the bug regarding the Javadoc jar. Regarding the other
problem, i.e. the source code of open source projects for the uber-jar
(vs. "aem-sdk-api"): I have now checked that only an empty sources jar
any source code included) can be downloaded for the "aem-sdk-api"