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Hi, all.I noticed some problems after putting the Geolocation store on a production website, and I am wondering if it's related to API usage limits, as the problem does not occur in QA environment.Do you have any experience using it in production sites? Am I supposed to use it in production at all? I couldn't find where to configure API keys or something like that on the Geolocation store.Any direction on this subject will be much appreciated.

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Hi, Sham.The region name (state) and city name is enough for our use case. So, just to confirm, this out of the box implementation is suitable for production websites, right?Regards,

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Hi, Sham.Re-reading my own question I noticed that I didn't make myself clear: the question is not about geolocation - I am aware that it uses HTML5 - but about GeoCoding, that transforms coordinates into something human readable, with country/state/city/street information.CQ5 uses Google's APIs, as you can see on the file /libs/cq/personalization/components/contextstores/geolocation/clientlib/kernel/GeolocationUtils.js (search for the comment "Computes the address based on latitude and longitud...

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Hi, all.I noticed some problems after putting the Geolocation store on a production website, and I am wondering if it's related to API usage limits, as the problem does not occur in QA environment.Do you have any experience using it in production sites? Am I supposed to use it in production at all? I couldn't find where to configure API keys or something like that on the Geolocation store.Any direction on this subject will be much appreciated.

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Hi, gentlemen.I have the following scenrio:The website has hundreds of pages, and each of them need a vanity URL. This is because the content structure on AEM does not match the expected end URLs (eg.: on content tree the page will be at /content/////// while the URL will be // or even //).Those vanities must not contain extension (eg.: .html).This scenario leads me to two problems that I'd like to ask for your help or advice:As I'll have new vanities each day, following the recommendation on ht...

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[sorry if this post is duplicated, but I cannot find the one I posted earlier today]Hi all,On my scenario I have a few hundred pages, and each page have a vanity URL assigned without extension (eg.: native AEM path is /content/site/language-code/product-type/country/state/city/product-instance.html and vanity path URL is /city/product-instance or even /marketing-appealing-url).We have new pages being created and activated on a daily basis, and this information is relevant because I won't be able...

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Hi, AnnamalaiI know this post it a little bit old, but I like to come back and add the solution whenever I find one 😉I got it working with a configuration very similar to yours: DispatcherUseProcessedURL set to "1", and RewriteRule with he [PT] flag set.But two things still needs attention:My RewriteRule discards trailling slashes, because when the user access http://domain/path she is redirected to http://domain/path/ (I didn't identify who is doing this redirect, and I still didn't test it un...

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Hi, AnnamalaiI know this post it a little bit old, but I like to come back and add the solution whenever I find one 😉I got it working with a configuration very similar to yours: DispatcherUseProcessedURL set to "1", and RewriteRule with he [PT] flag set.But two things still needs attention:My RewriteRule discards trailling slashes, because when the user access http://domain/path she is redirected to http://domain/path/ (I didn't identify who is doing this redirect, and I still didn't test it un...

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Does someone have a working approach to solve this question?I have the very same problem in here.Regards

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Hi,I was about to post this question here in the forum, as I have the same problem as you, but for a distinct reason: I need to include some Javascript files that varies accordingly to the **page**, and not by templates.For example, I have page-1 using file1.js, page-2 using file2.js, but both use template-A (and this does not let me use the client library).What I did is to place my files inside /etc/clientlibs/my-project/my-custom-static-files-folder/file1.js, although my-custom-static-files-fo...

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Hi, smacdonald2008.Thanks for your help.I included this taglib declaration on my JSPs and it didn't help, but from what I could understand the personalization: taglib is used for displaying store information on client context when we customize this information display.But there may be a huge between my understanding and the actual role of this tag 🙂Shouldn't I include some CQ_Analytics. on my pages to initialize/instantiate the store?

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Hi, Sham HC.Sorry for the long delay for posting back in here. Your suggestion worked perfectly, as I am using AEM 5.6.1. Thanks A LOT for ending my suffering 🙂But the bad part is that for fixing it I'll need to change a core file of AEM.Is this fix part of a hotfix or something like that?Regards and thanks again.EDIT - just to make it clear for someone that may read this topic in future: after applying the fiz on AEM code suggested above, I just needed to drag & drop a a) JSONPStore to the cli...

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Hi, all.I need to use information from a JSONP Store to resolve segments, but it seems that I am missing some important step. The steps I am following were taken from http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/developing/client_context_detail.html, but I have to confess that I got lost at some point.Here are the steps:From a Geometrixx page (eg.: http://localhost:4502/content/geometrixx/en/products/triangle.html) I edited the client context (from sideckick Display Client Context > Edit that opens the...

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Hi, Orotas and Jörg,I've been playing with the /etc/map before, with no luck.I'll try the hack proposed by Orotas, and report back in here if it works (or not) as soon as I finish it.Regards.

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Hi, all.For the requirement I am currently working on we do need to have vanity URLs that include extensions, so we can maintain the same address from the current site when migration to AEM is complete (ex.: the vanity URL should be /foo/bar/foobar.aspx). But we could verify while testing that vanity URLs with extensions are not handled the way we expected, as the extension is meaningful to AEM to resolve how to render a given content.Do you have any recommendations to this case? I'd like not to...

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Just a side note on Scott's reply, as I was having the very same question in here: the complete path is something like:instead of(note the slash on the beginning of path attribute).

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Just to document the steps needed to achieve the effect:1 - Create your custom component2 - Add a pathfield widget on the dialog, and name it "contentPath"3 - On the JSP a code like the one below: [Click "Edit" to select component] Thanks once again, Orotas.

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orotas wrote... The other possibility, if you have a well defined content structure is to just use the pathfield widget. Let's say for example that your custom component containing the XML fragment is always located at jcr:content/fragment on the pages that contain it. You use the pathfield widget in your custom reference component.In your custom reference component you fetch the path to the selected page You do an sling include using the selected page path - Hi, Orotas.It seems that the pathfi...

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Hi, Orotas.I think you got it, and I already did a try with the reference component. The problem with it is that I can only reference a paragraph using that, and in my case I need to reference a custom component I built based on the out-of-the-box Text component.Do you know how can I reference a custom component instead of a paragraph?Regards,Rafael

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Hi, all.We're working on a site that will have some components with HTML fragments that will be re-used across dozens (maybe hundreds) pages. And the requirement is that I edit a fragment once, and this change reflects to all pages that are using it.I could achieve this by placing a call on my template's jsp file with an absolute path attribute, like call below:But our requirement is a little bit more sophisticated: we should be able to, from the custom component (for which I am asking advice to...

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