Hi Arun, Thanks for responding. However, as I wrote in my original post
that the package manager will create a zip file that only AEM will
understand. I need to extract/export HTML pages as a zip which anyone
can download and unzip and view(for example when you save an online web
page, it downloads the HTML, CSS, JS and related files).
Hello all - We have the following requirements related to archiving
Archive the pages in AEM each year. The archive is not supposed to have
dynamic behaviour as in search etc but the pages should maintain still
maintain links with each other. Archive CSS and JS as well for that year
and the pages should reference these files rather than the live ones
Export the archive as a zip(this zip will contain HTML pages and not the
package manager zip which only AEM can understand) and this zip file
Hey all, I am currently on AEM 6.5.12. We are looking into annotations
and comments for a specific use case where an author with read-only
permissions on a page should be able to add annotations and comments.
However, I get an error when I try to add the annotations and comments
on a page as a read-only user.ERROR: Annotation create operation failed.
Similar error for comments.Is this by design? Couldn't find anything in
the docs. Thanks!
Hey all, I have create a custom experience fragment template under
/conf. I have also create a new user and added that user to
experience-fragments-editors group but the new user is not able to view
the template while creating new experience fragments. However, an admin
user can see the new template. What might be missing in this case? Thank
Hi all, I am trying to use JUnit 5 AEM Mocks(wcm.io) in our existing AEM
project. I have included all the required dependencies and there are no
compilation errors. However, I get the below error when I try to run my
test. Has anyone seen this error and how did you manage to fix it?
java.lang.RuntimeException: Bind method with name bindEventAdmin not
found for reference 'eventAdmin' for class