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Re: AEM Configuration for muli site project (editable templates)
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Cool, thanks for the article. We were thinking about a solution similar to the one described here (but with templates dedicated to each brand to allow easy changes on brand level). Is this also Adobe recommendation ?

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Hello, I am working on a AEM project with multiple sites /content /siteA /pl/pl /pl/en /siteB /us/en /us/pl /siteX /../.. The project started with the first siteA and now we are planning to migrate next siteB. For now we had one configuration `conf/project-name` with all editable templates and content fragment models. New sites will be quite similar to the siteA and I wonder what is the best practice for configuration management here? Should we create separate configuration for each site ? /conf...

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AEM Crypto key sync issue on AEM 6.5.9-1
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Hello, I am trying to sync API keys between publish instances. I followed instructions from this blog post (replacing files in the file system)I was trying to avoid instance restart so I restarted bundle with curl commandsRestarted bundle: com.adobe.granite.crypto Unfortunately when I deployed my app with encrypted config values AEM could not decrypt properties on the fly. I had to restart the instance to fix the issue. Did something change on the latest AEM and made the restart required ? Or ma...

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As always the answer was right there, it should be /etc/workflow instead /etc/workflows This ACL entry fixed the issue: - path: /etc/workflow permission: allow actions: readI guess something has changed since 2017 in terms of the path (see related question here) 🙂

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Unfortunately this would add to much access to the user

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My user have full access to libs and apps so it also have access the the /libs/wcm/core/content/sites/jcr:content/actions/selection/managepublication. Unfortunately I do not see this path in the /useradmin panel, all I see is:

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Hello, I am trying to set up permissions schema for our project. One of the requirements is to create a super aurhors group that can do all content changes on selected content branch. I have one problem while setting this up - I would like super authors to see Quick Publish as well as Manage Publication buttons for pages.Authors have replicate rights for the content so the Quick Publish is visible but the Manage Publication is still hidden. Do you know what path I need grant access to to show Ma...

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