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Re: AppScan bug/virus in AEM 5.6 - Adobe Experience Manager 25-05-2016
I am now seeing the same thing. It happens when you create a package in package manager. When you download the package and unzip it you see this file under /apps even if you don't have /apps included in your filter.

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How do you enable SAML authentication with the Apache Sling Simple WebDAV Servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
We are using the SAML authentication handler on the author instance so all authentication is handled by an IdP. We also want to use WebDAV to connect to the DAM to load assets but the Apache Sling Simple WebDAV Servlet appears to only support HTTP Basic Authentication. Is there a way to force the WebDAV servlet to use the SAML configuration for authentication to the repository?Thanks in advance.

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Re: Looking to setup a dispatcher in front of AEM author to show pages with wcmmode=disabled - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Thanks for your response. I have experimented with that route. I didn't know Adobe had workflows for this so I built my own that do just that. In practice though, that process is really clumsy for authors and there is no easy way to keep that other publisher maintained and no easy visual clue for an author to know what has been published to a stage server and what has not. That approach requires a lot of extra code to make it a clean process and I was hoping to avoid that at the moment.

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Re: Looking to setup a dispatcher in front of AEM author to show pages with wcmmode=disabled - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Thank you for your reply. I am quite familiar with dispatcher and it's functionality. At Adobe summit last year during one of the sessions I attended someone mentioned using dispatcher in this way which is why I am looking into it.The business requirements is to view a page on author how it would look published.I want to view:http://publisher:4502/content/mysite/mypage.html?wcmmode=disabledAs:http://webserver/content/mysite/mypage.htmlso a marketer can review the content before the author publis...

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Re: Looking to setup a dispatcher in front of AEM author to show pages with wcmmode=disabled - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Jörg Hoh wrote... Hi, So do I understand you right, that you want people to preview (unpublished) pages in an AEM authoring instance without authentication? What's the reason for this? And do you make sure, that these people can only preview the pages you want them to preview (maybe there are areas, which shouldn't be available via such an mechanism)? I don't think that this is a really good idea, as full anonymous read access might createa problems, on the other there are cases, where the licen...

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Looking to setup a dispatcher in front of AEM author to show pages with wcmmode=disabled - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
I am looking for a way to preview unpublished pages on an author and view them in wcmmode = disabled so someone without AEM access can view a page in progress before it's published. One of the approaches I have heard of is to put a dispatcher in front of the author instance and set headers to pass wcmmode=disabled and set a remote_user to some ID that has read only access to content.Has anyone done that? I have tried all sorts of things to pass these parameters as request headers/parameter from ...

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Re: DAM Metadata Auto-population - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
smacdonald2008 wrote... Out of the box -- this is not a feature. Last fall a community article was written that talks about how to write a JCR API/Java app to upload assets to the AEM DAM: http://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/multiple-digital-assets.html You can extend this Java app to modify additional nodes and props to account for Metadata, Thank you for the quick reply.

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Re: DAM Metadata Auto-population - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Venu Gummadala wrote... Hi, There is openmigrate ... but not sure if it supports AEM/CQ.Or you may please check JSR 170 & 283. It provides a standardDTD to do the job .. sorry I don't have the links handy. - Venu Gummadala Thanks!

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DAM Metadata Auto-population - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
I am currently working on implementing an asset management system using Adobe AEM 5.6.1 DAM as the base and will need to bulk load 3TB worth of assets. Some other commercial asset management systems provide out of the box features to upload a metatdata descriptor (in a CSV or XML format) to be used to auto-populate metatdata with the bulk assets uploaded. I have looked at all of the Adobe DAM documentation and features in the software itself and don't see this type of functionality. I was wonder...

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Re: SSO/SAML on AEM Publisher - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
Tiffany Wong wrote... "Authentication Required" being set to No means that you're allowing anonymous login to the path specified, which is the default in publish. If you want to enforce login at a specific path, say /content/dam/clientdam, you can configure it in the Sling Authentication Service by adding +/content/dam/clientdam to the authentication requirements. More about anonymous login with Sling authentication here: http://sling.apache.org/documentation/the-sling-engine/authentication/auth...

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