smacdonald2008 wrote... Here is an AEM article that talks about a tool
that automates uploading files to AEM. Its basically a Java client that
reads an XML file and then uploads to AEM. This was written a few years
ago when people did not want to manually upload hundreds of pics to the
Also - before package manager can be used - the files need to be in AEM.
So this Java tool is a good way to g...
smacdonald2008 wrote... Is your sevelt handing a lot of files or a few
big ones. Either way, this all depends on different factors. For
starters, the processing power of the server running AEM and the Java
libs you use within the servlet to handle file upload. I would recommend
using the API mentioned here:
As far as a file limit - it would be best to test this in your own
environment. I doubt ...
bsloki wrote... Anything that will be set in the design mode, will be
restricted to a template ! so I think you will have to create 2
templates in this case or you can enable the super set of the components
so that authors can use the relevant components in the respective pages.
Thanks for your reply
Is there way to use one template to create two pages. Each page should
enable certain components only to that page in the sidekick. I know
about templates and design mode global configuration specific to the
template. I would like to validate it with you guys. Should we create
two different templates even the pages are very similar.Thanks in