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Re: Give permission to a Group by using Workflows
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Hi Ashish, The issue is because the operation is done on two different sessions. the user manager has been created from workflow session and the session that is saved is the administrative session created from service user. Please try saving the workflow session that should add the group. Thanks,Amuthesan.

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Hi Ashish, You can use, AccessControlManager API - https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/spec/jsr170/javadocs/jcr-2.0/javax/jcr/security/AccessControlManager.html#setPolicy(java.lang.String,%20javax.jcr.security.AccessControlPolicy)

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Hi,As part of CFP release notes I could find brief description of issues and its fix number. But is there anyway through which I can get detailed description of an issue/fix that was made available in cumulative fix package. Thanks,Amuthesan.

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Hi Shruthi,I tried the steps from the document. I could see that the "disableClient" cookie set on the thirdparty domain and for the mbox requests the response from target says that it is disabled because of optout. Below is an sample response.But I still could see that the mbox cookie is getting created on our site. Can you please let me know if I am missing something.Thanks,Amuthesan.

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Hi,We are using AEM with Target using mbox.js version 63. mbox cookie is set by the mbox.js on load of the pages that has the targeteted components. We would like to make change to get consent from user before setting of any cookies on their browser, For which I am looking for some option to disable setting of the mbox cookie on user browser. Can someone help me with right approach to achieve this.Thanks,Amuthesan

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Hi Andrey,I ran in to the same error as you during my attempt at integration. While I trigger the health check AEM connects to Adobe IO to get mbox list. Please check the logs there should be clear information on to why it is failing for you.If it helps, the error that I ran into,From the logs I came to know that AEM was trying to connect to the Adobe IO via url,https://mc.adobe.io/.experiencecloud/target/mboxes Since the client code was incorrect it failed with message,{"error_code":"502061","m...

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Hi Andrey,Please check if you have provided IMS Tenant ID as your client code, It is not same as the client code used for earlier integration.Client code - IMS Tenant ID, can be obtained from Adobe Experience Cloud > Launch Target > Copy IMS teant id from the URL Reference:Adobe Experience Manager Help | Understanding Adobe Target Standard integration with AEM SitesThanks,Amuthesan.

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Hi Scott,Thanks for the reply. We are currently offloading the SSL at the dispatcher level and the communication with AEM is non SSL. And also if we enable the SSL for the AEM, all the cookies would be made secure and httponly, we do not want that. We want only the JSESSIONID cookie to be made secure. As we understand the cookie is created and managed by container, Is there any configuration/input that can be made to the container to create the cookie with the secure and httponly.Thanks,Amuthesa...

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Hi All,We have used session from request to store few data. When we access the session, it generates JSESSIONID cookie. But the generated JSESSIONID cookie does not have cookie attributes "secure" and "httponly".Can anyone please provide me pointers on how to add these flags to the JSESSIONID cookie in AEM.Thanks in advance,Amuthesan

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