You should be able to use Adobe IMS to work with any of the Adobe Cloud
offerings. I've helped a few clients setup IMS to work with the AEM
instances managed by Adobe AMS. You should be able to work with your
Adobe CSE to complete this. If you are referring to setting up IMS with
an on-prem AEM implementation, I don't think that is currently possible.
Ok, so I found the issue. Its not an aem thing. deep in their code they
are using the java URLEncode object which by default translates the
spaces to '+'. When they are encoding the url they have a check for
spaces but appears it is failing on that.
Hi Jörg, Thanks for the response. So full disclosure, apparently the
person that reported the issue didn't mention that it is also resolved
when we reassociated his account with the proper groups. So in the end
yes, you were right it was permissions, much to my confusion was that it
was still *falsely* reported as an issue when it had been corrected.
We eventually reached out to DayCare, and while we did not get a
reference to proper documentation, below is what was suggested from
DayCare, which ultimately resolved our issue.this.persistence = new