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Re: How to implement translation i18n on AEM 6.4 SPA Application
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nileshdchavan Could you please elaborate on your use-case? First, if you want to have the content to be translated, you should leverage the language-copy mechanism [0]. If you are looking for labels and messages, Granite.i18n isn't by default available in the page and we may have to define a strategy to give you access to the internationalization in the context of the page. But before considering such a strategy, we would need to better understand the requirement and eventually consider the most...

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Re: Editable template association with Policies
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Hi rawvarun,No, the content policy is basically the equivalent of the design. Your are going to have one content policy where you previously had a design node with a static template.

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When you create an editable template directory. You create a scope for templating. There, you will have a local list of policies. One can create as many policies as they want. Content Policies are meant to be reusable and portable. The content policy mechanism is leveraging the Conf Manager. This means that the policies can be located at many different places such as follows:/conf//settings/wcm/policies (project level)/conf/global/settings/wcm/policies (global level)/apps/settings/wcm/policies (...

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