Hi all, I have got a chance to use AEM as a Cloud Service yet.But I know
with AEM 6.5 we have a feature called Encapsulated token and we need to
use it together with CUG (Closed User Group). Do we still have this
feature on AEM as a Cloud Service? Does AEM as a Cloud Service support
CUG?If not, how can we support use cases encapsulated token and CUG was
able to support when planning the upgrade to AEM as a Cloud Service?
sure. we need AEM to host content in a headless manner. exposing content
via GraphQL is promising.in some use cases we need these content to be
protected:if someone get the URL of these content they cannot load them
in browser unless login.protected content need to be separated by roles
also. role A users can not see content belongs to role B users, after
Hi All, We'd like to make calls to GraphQL endpoint programatically from
within AEM (OSGi bundles).Can help share how to best do it? Should we
use https://github.com/adobe/aem-headless-client-java? Is this Java
client designed to be used inside AEM or outside AEM?Or what about using
HTTP Client Factory in AEM?