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Re: Content Fragment Models in AEM 6.3.3.1
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Steven_G_
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Thanks for the response, I can see that this might "work", but it certainly is not workable.So I'll log a daycare ticket for it, instead of losing more of my time (again).

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Re: Content Fragment Models in AEM 6.3.3.1
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I already tried that, and in several configurations (global and site specific), but it does nothing. After digging a bit deeper this is not very surprising, because the required node for "Tools > Assets > Content Fragment Models" is missing in "/libs/dam/gui/content/nav/tools/assets".While figuring out the problem I reinstalled a few internal packages, which did install the necessary node. But even then the content fragment editor was throwing some javascript exception, preventing me from saving...

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Content Fragment Models in AEM 6.3.3.1
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Steven_G_
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Did anyone get Content Fragment Models to work on an AEM 6.3 instance with Service Pack 3 and Cumulative Fix Pack 1 installed?I created the required configuration through the configuration browser, and even set the cq:conf node manually on the Assets folders, as described in the documentation and several help or forum posts. But nothing seems to work..In all the instances that I have seen with this setup (AEM 6.3.3.1) the "Tools > Assets > Content Fragment Models" menu item is simply not availab...

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Re: Content Policy delegation for nested components?
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Hi Scott, thanks for that.Fyi, it is not a blocking issue. But as I find the Editable Templates a big improvement over the static ones, I would certainly like to contribute by trying to point out some possible areas of improvement.Having looked at the (decompiled) code, I think it might be possible to introduce this additional behaviour in a backwards compatible way (not taking the template editor UI into account of course).Should I find the time I'll try to describe how... Unless of course ther...

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Re: Content Policy delegation for nested components?
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Hi Scott,Thanks for taking the time to read my question.Let me try and illustrate what is going on in a different way:_ 0. Editble Template |_ 1. Layout Container: I can configure a policy mapping to a policy that sets allowed components below |_ 2. Text Cmp: I can configure a policy mapping to policy A that configures it's behaviour. |_ 2. Image Cmp: I can configure a policy mapping to policy B ... |_ 2. My Componsite Cmp: I can configure a policy mapping to policy C |_ 3. nested Text Cmp: Impo...

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Content Policy delegation for nested components?
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Hi,when reuse of an existing component is not possible, the next best thing is to create a new composite component through assembly of existing components. However, when trying to do so, I seem to get into trouble when it comes to the content policy for this composite component (in the context of Editable Templates).Suppose I were to create a composite component that nests a Text and an Image component. I could create a design dialog for this component, but obviously, the resulting content polic...

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