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It turns out that we had a custom tab that implemented a search that I could leverage, so I just overlaid the images.js and documents.js tabs and updated the url property for each. That got me what I needed.

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Thanks for the response, but I already know how to create my own tab. In fact, the link you posted is from my codebase...I guess the contractor who created that code before I took over wrote that blog post! I really want to re-implment as little as possible. I tried the approach of overriding com.day.cq.wcm.core.impl.servlets.contentfinder.AssetViewHandler with the intent of overriding the createQuery() method so I could add my additional criteria. The problem I ran into was that the server seem...

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I've recently inherited development on a CQ 5.5 instance. Part of this site is a custom asset management wrapper around the DAM. As part of that asset management, we set a particular property on assets that indicates they are populated with required metadata. We have the requirement that only assets that have this property set to true should be visible in the content finder. Before I started working on this, custom content finder tabs had been developed that link to servlets that enforce this re...

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In probably the fastest "solve your own question after hours of banging your head and finally posting a forum question" ever, I've resolved this. I failed to mention that I had originally made my tag extend SimpleTagSupport before I realized I couldn't do that and get the behavior I wanted. I hadn't done anything else to trigger a re-compilation of the page JSP. Simply deleting that as referenced HERE and restarting my server fixed the problem.

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I'm trying to create a very basic custom tag that behaves like a c:if tag but with a built-in condition. The problem is that when I try to load a page that uses this custom tag, I get a NoSuchMethodError when it tries to call setJspContext(). As far as I understand, that only applies to simple tags (i.e. classes that extend SimpleTagSupport). However, as you can see, I extend TagSupport because I need the JSP body-content type. I'm hoping someone might be able to spot a problem in what I've done...

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