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Re: Solr search Integration with AEM 5.6.1
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I know it's a year too late, but if you ever have any questions on this in the future, I have some experience working with Solr and AEM integration.

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Deprecated as of 6.0 I believe. https://forums.adobe.com/thread/1062110

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Re: CQ Component and dispatcher cache invalidation
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Hi Jörg,The file path of the AJAX request is along the lines of index.html/jcr:content/par/pc-carousel.carousel. Since it's underneath the jcr:content of the document at index.html which will be invalidated I assumed that the pc-carousel.carousel will also, but I'm guessing that's not the case. I do not have a strong understanding of how invalidation works and how it should be implemented in circumstances such as these.I do not have enough access to return a dispatcher log I'm afraid.

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I have created a CQ component that is having dispatcher caching issues when the content of the component is updated on the authoring instance. Here are the details of the component that are relevant to the issue. There are two JSP files within the component:components/carousel/pc-carousel.jspcomponents/carousel/pc-carousel.carousel.jspWhen the component is placed on a page it’s properties are stored, as with all other components, within the node:[page path]/jcr:content/par/pc-carousel (for examp...

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Re: Categories and Archives components; Social Collaboration AEM 5.6.1
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Hi Keith,Same problem here. Did you ever get to the bottom of this?

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I'm trying to connect my Adobe Analytics account to AEM 6.1 and I've followed the guide at: http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-1/administer/integration/marketing-cloud/sitecatalyst/sc-connect.htmlI've ensured that I can access the API at the correct datacenter (in my case https://api3.omniture.com/admin/1.4/rest/);I've added my account to the Web Service Group;I've quadruple checked my login credentials.However, I'm getting the message: "We were not able to login to Analytics. Please check your...

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Re: VLT checkouts with version control and lastReplicated data
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Hi Justin,I appreciate your help.That makes total sense, however, I can't think of a way of working that would separate the two? Would you be able to provide an example of how an individual developer could build whilst testing in both WCM author and publish, maintaining a VC system and avoid this kind of issue?Thanks,Will

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Hi,I just wanted to check if anyone had an elegant solution to this problem - I use Git heavily in my workflow and I very often checkout my project and have a lot of touched files due to the cq:lastReplicat* properties changing. I have no interest in tracking these sorts of changes so was wondering if their's either a method of ignoring these changes in Git or avoiding checking these properties at all out of the JCR with Vlt?Thanks

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Re: Blog tags and archives issues
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@smacdonald2008 and @Johnson Ho. Thank you both for your advice.

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I'm now using a custom blog based on the /libs/social/blog/components/page. Similar to that used in Geomatrix-outdoors which suffers the same issue. I just wondered whether someone else has tried extending it, found a similar issue but managed to resolve it.Tags do exist in the blog as the entries pick them up and you can filter by tag as well. I could iterate over all blog entries, then generate a list of used tags but this is definitely not optimal if the functionality's already in there for t...

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Hi,Of course, that's silly of me. CQ = 5.6.0 and blog package = cq-social-blog-pkg-1.0.13Thanks

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Hi,I'm having issues with the social blog components included in CQ and the classes used (namely com.adobe.cq.social.blog). I have a blog running as expected however I can't get either the Archives or Categories components to output anything when placed within the blog. I find this behaviour occurs within the geomatrix-outdoors blog as well but not the 2009 geomatrix blog. I've managed to resolve my issue with the Archive component, but it's not elegant - by extending the component and then iter...

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Hi,I'm having a hard time understanding the difference between a journal and a blog in CQ?The docs describe it as:"The Social Journal component is very useful for publish-side blogging. You can create a journal page in your CQ author instance, and add permissions for the users who are allowed to create entries in that journal."How exactly is this different from how the social blog components work?Any insight is appreciated.Thanks. ref: http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/developing/DevelopingW...

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