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‎10-12-2019
Bertrand_de_Coa
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Re: [Adobe | Announcement] Oracle JDK support for AEM Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Hello, please file a DayCare ticket and the support organization will download the update and make it available to you. We still intend to push these updates to PackageShare eventually, but the current version is not able to accommodate the load/volume, therefore we are working on a new version (live this coming summer). Thank youBertrand de Coatpont - Product Management - AEM
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Re: Email Subscription separate templates for multiple blog pages Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Hello, the Email notification templates are bound to a specific resource type (not to a specific location/path), so out of the box there isn't a way to configure different templates for your 3 pages.
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Re: AEM Blog New article Schedule is not working in Author instance Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
It's meant to happen automatically with a background scheduled task. Maybe you can setup a logger for com.adobe.cq.social.commons.comments.scheduler.impl.SearchScheduledPosts to check if this code path is executed or not (on publish). I would also check if the AEM scheduler is functioning properly on Publish
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Re: Blog sidebar component is not working as expected Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
It would also be interesting to check if it's working normally in a regular Blog home page. (when using the Blog community function in a Community Site). Dropping the sidebar components in some arbitrary page is a very unusual scenario.
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Re: Can we implement badges with communities forum component? Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Yes - displaying badge (or not) is an option on each component. And scoring/badging rules can be placed on individual components also, please see Scoring and Badges Essentials
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Re: Use of hierarchy created under '/content/usergenerated/content' Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hi Rajeev,A few reasons come to mind, there might be more:- it allows for ACLs to be set on the UGC tree independently from the ACLs on the page tree (publish side users vs. author side users)- it allows for UGC to be shared across multiple languages (see the "shared language store" feature)- it allows for importing/exporting UGC independently from the page treeBertrand
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Re: Error in loading the Social Communities Components on HTTPS URL Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Can you please check if your dispatcher is configured as per the documentation here: https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/deploy/communities/dispatcher.htmlthank youBertrand
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Re: Latest Communities Release Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
On the first set of questions: With the demo machine, you first need to download the We.Retail add-on, this will get you the latest release for 6.2 and 6.3 from GitHub.com, including for Communities area.Then you need to make sure:- To set demo.communities.samples.weretail=true- To select the We-Retail option when creating your demo environmentThere's no dependency on service packs or cumulative fix packs to be installed first, although it is recommended.On a vanilla instance, just look under /l...
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Re: ASRP, MSRP, DSRP - user generated content indexing Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hi Sandeep,You need to use the SCF/SRP APIs to query Community content (query builder won't work)https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/develop/communities/scf.htmlThere's plenty of samples on GitHub, e.g. https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-srp-browserthanksBertrand
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Re: DSRP option not visible Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello SandeepDSRP was added as part of a feature pack for 6.1 and 6.2 - please make sure you download and install as per:https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/deploy/communities.htmlBertrand
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Re: AEM Communities Queries Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi Rama 1. Yes it is highly recommended to use Handlebars. since all Communities components are using this templating mechanism - it allows for isomorphic rendering (client side or server side) which is important for applications with read/write interactions ( https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/develop/communities/scf.html )2. Yes it is highly recommended to use SCF (Handlebars being it's presentation layer) since it allows for creating components with a meaningful .json HTTP API for Communi...
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Re: Integrating AEM Community Groups feature into existing pages Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello,The Community Groups feature should always be used in the context of a Community Site because of all the conventions and assumptions we are making in this context (e.g. system user groups for controlling the group roles & permissions). You can override the basepage template for an entire Community Site as per the documentation here [0]. If you need to override the presentation of a specific page within a site, then your custom template can include this logic, maybe based on a property set ...
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Re: Extend Community Group Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello Alistaira simple option would be to overlay [0], specifically the .scf-group-image classBertrand[0] /libs/social/group/components/hbs/communitygroups/clientlibs/communitygroups.css
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Re: Pre-moderated content Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello Alistair, it's a known issue and limitation, that activity streams includes items that are entering a pre-moderation process. Please file a support ticket if you need resolution in the short term - we haven't seen pre-moderation being used that much lately. Bertrand
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Re: User Synchronization vs StorageResourceProvider API Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello Greg, great questions/thoughts.SCD has been designed and tested with much larger number of "members" (as we tend to name publish side users). It's much more lighweight than before, and only uses the author instance as a pivot (content is never stored as such on author). Also, please note that compared to previous versions of AEM Communities, the user node is quite lightweight also since we "moved" all the associated UGC into SRP storage (activities, messages, notifications especially), so ...
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Re: Read teh Social Media Tweets in to AEM Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello Nani, couple of options:1) you should look at our latest AEM Livefyre technology: http://www.adobe.com/marketing-cloud/enterprise-content-management/ugc-content-platform.html - allows to curate content posted on Social Networks and expose the feeds in AEM via the new Livefyre AEM components. 2) you can embed the various widgets available on developer.facebook.com, developer.twitter.com etc. into your AEM pagesBertrand
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Re: User Submitted Posts for Article Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
For this kind of pure-play "commenting and reviews" use case, you should also look at AEM Livefyre technology - if you intend the build a broader long term "community", then AEM Communities is a better fit
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Re: AEM integration with saba Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Can you please expand on why the "large number of users" cannot be managed at the AEM level? The "enablement/learning" features of AEM Communities could be a good fit for your project? There's also Adobe's own LMS: Captivate Prime for pure-play LMS projects.
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Re: README : About the AEM Communities Topic Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
There are companies using the latest version of the product but we cannot publicly advertise them as references at this point in a public forum, sorry about that. The "reference" process can be tedious at times - and with AEM Communities being a fairly recent product it takes some times to do so
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Re: Adobe Social + AEM -need details on API Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello, although ASRP used to be tied to Adobe Social in the past, that is not the case any more. ASRP now stands for "Adobe Storage Resource Provider", and the moderation of UGC stored via ASRP also happens within AEM now, including for the use cases you listed. Hope this helps.
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Re: AEM 6.1 | Community components - Polls Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello NaveenWe do not have Polls planned at this point as a feature pack for 6.1 or for the upcoming 6.2 release either. It is a roadmap item for future releses of AEM CommunitiesBest regards
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Re: AEM sites & unified user generated content Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
1) These topologies are equally valid for AEM Sites deployed along with AEM Communities on the same instances, and on standalone deployments for AEM Communities. 2) AEM Communities does indeed require a dedicated SKU. In terms of persistence options - only ASRP requires an additional SKU known as the "AEM Communities On Demand Extension", as it ends up storing the Community content on hosted (by Adobe) servers. With MSRP, you will have to run your own instances of MongoDB/SOLR. 3) Both MSRP and ...
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Re: What are some great examples of dynamic blog pages created with CQ5? Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager Forms
hello Marina,With the release of AEM 6.0, but also in the form of a Feature Pack available to AEM 5.6.1 customers, we have a new generation of Social Components (based on a new Social Component Framework) that will give a much more interactive experience than the previous generation, especially the "Comment" component that you would use on the Blog template. If that is an option (e.g. if you are working with the 5.6.1 release), I suggest that you file a a support ticket so that we can provide ac...
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Re: What are some great examples of dynamic blog pages created with CQ5? Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hello Marina,With the release of AEM 6.0, but also in the form of a Feature Pack available to AEM 5.6.1 customers, we have a new generation of Social Components (based on a new Social Component Framework) that will give a much more interactive experience than the previous generation, especially the "Comment" component that you would use on the Blog template. If that is an option (e.g. if you are working with the 5.6.1 release), I suggest that you file a a support ticket so that we can provide ac...
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Re: Integration with Lithium communities Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
Hello Hari - we do not have prebuilt integration components for Lithium, so you'll have to use the Resful APIs that Litihium provides for this purpose [0].Also, please note that starting with Adobe Experience Manager 6.1 (launch at Adobe Summit next week) we are releasing our own community management platform [1], all built on AEM, so that AEM customers in need of traditional web sites and community sites can run both on the same platform, and of course get this kind of integration natively.[0] ...
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Re: MongoMK vs TarMK for Performance and Scalability Bertrand_de_Coa - Adobe Experience Manager
hi Chandra,For UGC support, you can also use the Cloud Storage (which allows you to keep TarMK topology, with all instances, publish and author, pointing at this "common store" for UGC in the cloud). This is available for 5.6.1 and 6.0 versions (for 5.6.1, you need to download and to install the Social Communities Feature Pack v1.4 from package share). If you need to be provisioned for this cloud storage option, please contact your Adobe representative.regards,Bertrand
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