Don't forget to follow the additional instructions in the README file
within the dispatcher distribution4. Additional installation steps (IIS)
If you have a distribution package containing SSL support (indicated by
a '-ssl-' in the package name), you'll need to install some additonal
libraries: 1. Navigate to the following location in your browser:
https://www.openssl.org/community/binaries.html 2. Follow links to
Hi Michael,Two things to check:1) Make sure that you've configured your
proxy settings in the Apache HTTP Components Proxy Configuration factory
and not the plain PID2) Use the HttpClientBuilderFactory
(org.apache.http.osgi.services.HttpClientBuilderFactory) service to get
You can set your server to use UTF-8 with the following settings
This can be done by running AEM from the command line with the following
parameters (jar filename may need adjustment), or you can update your
JVM_OPTIONS when using the start script. java -Dfile.encoding=UTF-8
-Dsun.io.unicode.encoding=UnicodeBig -Dsun.jnu.encoding=UTF-8 -jar
If online, check your X-Frame-Options headers since the player makes use
of an iframe to pull the content from the server.If offline, make sure
you have updated the cache of the channel (needs to be done at least
once) and also make sure that there is no network issue preventing you
from downloading the content sync zip package.
Note: For approach (2), the standard sites/siteadmin UIs will not allow
you to place the file there, however you can make use of CRXDE (or
another mechanism like a content package or the Sling REST API) to
create the file.
You can try one of the following approaches:1. Configure your dispatcher
web server to send the file. This can be achieved in a variety of ways
in apache (e.g. mod_alias).2. Add the required file to the appropriate
location in AEM. Generally the path would be something like
/content/yoursite/en/.txt, and you would make use of the
mod_rewrite and/or resource mapping to remove /content/yoursite/en/ from
the public URL.
Can you try changing where your quotes are, particularly on the "file"
parameter?curl -u admin:admin -F "file=@D:\Phase2\test.zip" -F
"name=test" -F force=true -F install=true
will need to retrieve the dictionary as JSON via an Ajax request. You
should see a request to something like /libs/cq/i18n/dict.fr.json.Can
you check this url returns the expected information?