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Re: Ordering rollout configurations - Adobe Experience Manager 10-12-2020
OK. So I know the orderlist controls the order that the config appears in the dropdown. But are you saying it also controls the order the configs are executed on a rollout trigger?

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Re: Ordering rollout configurations - Adobe Experience Manager 10-12-2020
But if the order is simply the order it appears, does that mean that all rollout configs in /apps will always run before the ones in /libs? What if we need one in /libs to run prior to on in /apps? For instance the default standard rollout config used to be first in our order always.

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Re: Ordering rollout configurations - Adobe Experience Manager 09-12-2020
Thanks for the reply, Sundeep. Unfortunately, I don't think the information you have provided is accurate. The /apps area is for any custom config that doesn't come as part of the core AEM install, whether that is blueprint or rollout configs. See https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-64/developing/extending-aem/extending-msm.html?lang=en#creating-a-new-rollout-configuration /apps/msm//rolloutconfigs

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Ordering rollout configurations - Adobe Experience Manager 09-12-2020
Since the 6.4 upgrade, rollout configs moved from /etc to various locations (/libs, /apps). Before, we could set the order by reordering them in the miscadmin tools interface in Classic. This would control the order that the rollout configs applied to a rollout, when multiple configs were added to a page. Now that they are spread out, how are we to manage the order? Does it matter the order they exist in the JCR anymore?

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Re: Device specific content - Adobe Experience Manager 28-08-2018
I think the answer to this depends largely on your definition of "mobile". On the sites I support, we define mobile based on a screen size. Our primary reason for targeting a screen size is to A) make sure that the user experience at that size is optimal and B) make sure we don't send unnecessary assets to a device that won't use them (i.e. don't send large images to a small screen that will only squeeze it down to less than 300px wide.)I also think an important question you have to ask is who i...

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Re: 6.3 Link Checker with relative links - Adobe Experience Manager 07-06-2018
I don't think that will work, because the override patterns match the URL in question. It doesn't mean that it doesn't scan that content.

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Re: 6.3 Link Checker with relative links - Adobe Experience Manager 07-06-2018
In the Day CQ Link Service OSGi configuration, there is an option to input Link Check Override Patterns.You can put in the URL patterns that match your non-AEM content and it would be preserved. This is for the external link checker.You can leave the internal link checker active and it will flag the links as broken, but activating them will preserve the links.

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Re: AEM 6.1 Rollout issue - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2018
You have to create an MSM blueprint configuration in the Blueprint control center for the page in order for AEM to recognize it as a Blueprint.

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Re: Move page behaviour with livecopies in [AEM 6.1] and [AEM 6.3] - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2018
Your LiveCopy content needs the Page Move rollout config on it. It appears you have only the default config and you need to add page Move (moveAction) and have it trigger on rollout.

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Re: AEM integration with Brightcove - Adobe Experience Manager 25-01-2017
My organization uses the Coresecure-developed Brightcove AEM connector for several years now. Brightcove apparently partnered with Coresecure to develop the connector, which is now maintained as "open source". I use the quotes, because really Coresecure is the developer and posts it on git hub. But there isn't a whole lot of open sourcing. Though my dev team has submitted some changes which have been merged.If you have any specific questions, and I realize this is kind of an older thread, I'd be...

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