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Re: Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2018
Sure. Unfortunately this is still unanswered. I believe this is a bug with the policies code.

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Re: Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 15-03-2018
After some playing around with this issue, I found a hack / workaround by doing the following:I cannot click "Drag components here" on my drawer's child parsysHowever, I can add a component as a sibling to my drawer component (i.e. a text component)I am able to drag this component into my drawer's child parsys node (even though I haven't defined a policy at this level - the policy is defined on the drawer itself).I refresh the pageI remove the text component from the drawer child parsysNow I am ...

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Re: Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 14-03-2018
I can upload my package if that is helpful. I've tested this in fresh instances of 6.2, 6.3, and 6.4This did not work in any environment.

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Re: Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 13-03-2018
When I drop it onto an editable template, I configure it with "x" number of drawers.When the component renders, I have to manually define the policy for each parsys that gets created.In the policy selection dialog, I am able to select the policy that I defined on the parent component (omc-Drawer).Having to do this leads to a fixed number of tabs in my structure, or I have initial content with no available components to select from.Here are some screenshots of the policies I've defined.These mimi...

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Re: Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 13-03-2018
Hi Scott, I'll share with you the static template version that leverages /etc/designs/Here is my component:This component has a multi-field which creates "x" number of parsys nodes and dynamically adds a unique node name to them.Under /etc/designs, rather that trying to add a series of nodes below the omc-Drawer component and set the components[] for each, I am simply able to specify this property at the component level, like so:I do it this way, otherwise I'd have to dynamically add the names o...

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Defining a policy for parsys with dynamic node name - Adobe Experience Manager 13-03-2018
Hello,I am working on creating editable templates in AEM 6.2. I have an accordion-like component that leverages a multi-field to create tabs with parsys containers. In order to preserve the content that gets dragged into each of these parsys nodes, and to preserve the re-orderability that the multi-field provides, I've assigned each of the parsys nodes that get generated a unique ID that gets saved with the component.I would like to make this available to the template editor, however the trouble...

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Re: granite:class and granite:data for select? - Adobe Experience Manager 09-04-2017
Use granite/ui/components/coral/foundation/form/select instead

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Re: granite:class and granite:data for select? - Adobe Experience Manager 08-04-2017
Please ignore, problem solved.

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granite:class and granite:data for select? - Adobe Experience Manager 05-04-2017
Hello,I just finished watching this presentation: https://seminars.adobeconnect.com/p43ucnv6655/?proto=trueI am trying to add a granite:class property to my granite/ui/components/foundation/form/select widget.I was able to add this to a textfield, but it doesn't appear to be working for the select field.Can someone please advise on how to go about adding this property?Thanks, Matt

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Re: Images / Checkboxes in a Multifield AEM 6.2 - Adobe Experience Manager 17-11-2016
Hi,I have been using the drag & drop feature. I will raise a ticket. Thanks

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