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Re: Disable Rendition so that core image component can use the direct path of the DAM in src - Adobe Experience Manager 14-06-2022
Hi @shaileshbassi This seems like a possible solution for us as I can set this up for a particular project and not for the entire instance. I am totally new to the AEM so would you please tell me where can I find OOTB Launcher and OOTB "Dam Update Asset"? If it's ok for you, would you please list down the steps to achieve the above?Thank you in advance.

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Disable Rendition so that core image component can use the direct path of the DAM in src - Adobe Experience Manager 13-06-2022
We are not using renditions and have no plan of using them. Is there a way to configure the image core component or disable renditions so that when it tries to get the src of the image, it can use the direct path from the dam instead of the rendition path?

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Re: Images are not loading in publish instance - Adobe Experience Manager 07-06-2022
Hi @kumar_sunil This is what I found in folder config.publish > org.apache.sling.jcr.resource.internal.JcrResourceResolverFactoryImpl.cfg.json. This came with the maven archetype only. We didn't add it. { "resource.resolver.mapping": [ "/content/careers/

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Images are not loading in publish instance - Adobe Experience Manager 06-06-2022
I have published all the content including DAM to my local publish instance but for some reason, the images are not loading in publish instance with the core image component. I see all other contents though. Also, I have noticed that src has been manipulated. I see the correct path in the data-asset="/content/dam/projectname/others/ranch.jpg" of div.cmp-image. The manipulated image src looks like this src="/language-masters/en/projectname/life/history/_jcr_content/root/container/container/contai...

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Re: Website Structure for Different Region - Adobe Experience Manager 02-06-2022
Thank you all for your quick response.As many suggested the below structure, we have decided to go with it./content /brand /us/en/ /in/en/ Thank you again, everyone!@Fanindra_Surat @SantoshSai @Kiran_Vedantam @HImanshu_Jain_

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Website Structure for Different Region - Adobe Experience Manager 01-06-2022
We have a website with different regions (USA and India). All the content will be in English only so, no translation is needed. Also, the pages for both regions are different and they don't share the content either. Only, the look and feel are the same. In this case, what would be the best folder structure in "sites.html/content" for our website?

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Publishing from Author to Publish instance - Adobe Experience Manager 26-05-2022
I was building pages in my local while the DEV environment for author and publish instance was getting configured. Now we have the DEV environment configured so I created a package of conf, dam, experience fragments, and pages separately from my local and installed them in the DEV author instance. I took that approach because there are many pages and didn't want to spend time again building those pages that I built already in my local.Now, my question is, what is the approach to moving everythin...

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Re: REST API Implementation in AEM - Adobe Experience Manager 26-03-2022
Hi @Fanindra_Surat Thank you for your response.My additional question on the points below.1. It's good to know that there is an HTTP Client already available in uber-jar so I don't need to worry about adding additional dependency (at least initially). Of course, I am going to research more on this but is there any demo app or example or article that you recommend which explains HTTP Client and how to implement it within AEM?2. As long as storing the properties related to API credentials in OSGi ...

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REST API Implementation in AEM - Adobe Experience Manager 23-03-2022
Hello Everyone,I just wanted to throw a question on REST API implementation here. We have a third-party REST API that returns data needed for our website's couple of pages. I am not sure which REST Client to use or how to implement one in terms of AEM development. So, I am just seeking some guidance here. Additionally, we have authentication credentials for different environments to access the API. Where should I store those credentials so that it stays secured and won't get compromised.Continui...

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Re: Using ParSys vs Layout Container Responsive Grid as resourceType - Adobe Experience Manager 04-02-2022
Hi @anish-s Yes, I agree that a Layout Container definitely provides more features to the author in managing the layout, adding policies, etc. But here, we define the layout and manage it through the code. The sole purpose of ParSys here is to allow the author to add the component, so thought no need to use the Layout Container. Additionally, Layout Container comes with extra wrapper div with aem-grid CSS classes, which are not needed here.With Layout Container: With ParSys: This was the...

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