I don't think it's coming through the dispatcher. There are some head
requests in the disp, but at a much lower interval and with a different
user agent signature Monitoring the publisher, a few requests comes
every 30stail -f /mnt/crx/publish/crx-quickstart/logs/access.log | grep
--line-buffered HEAD"HEAD / HTTP/1.1" 200 - "-" "Apache-HttpClient/4.5.4
(Java/1.8.0_251)" Monitor the dispatcher logs shows a different HEAD
request; interval about ~130stail -f /mnt/var/log/httpd/access_log |
It is something new I found in AEM 6.5.7 author and publisher instances.
It's not present in our previous AEM 22.214.171.124 environments. The user
agent mentioned in the HEAD request mentioned Apache-HttpClient/4.5.4
(Java/1.8.0_251), so I doubt that it is originating from the dispatcher.
But at the same time, I do not see the same activity in localhost 6.5
AEM 6.5 seems to be making regular requests such as the one below; as
found in access.log from a publish instance "HEAD / HTTP/1.1" 200 - "-"
"Apache-HttpClient/4.5.4 (Java/1.8.0_251)" The polling fails constantly
on author instances, and the error rate shows up in Java reporting such
as New Relic. According to NR, the error is 401 on author instances. The
errors reported in New Relic have identifiers (qtp631235405-15166) that
match the log below. *INFO* [qtp631235405-15166]
Nope. Never figured out how to do that. One work around is to design
templates using a combination of parsys and responsivegrid containers.
The parsys policy would allow components that don't support Layout.
The issue discussed is a useful feature where users were able to build
links from the RTE Link window by dragging and dropping assets such as
PDF docs from the Classic UI Content Finder. Adobe says that this is
"not recommended" anymore. Seems it is not recommended because Touch UI
lacks the feature.
Specifically, I want to disable component resize for certain components
which look bad when squished using Layout. These are components with
more complicated html and already have a responsive design strategy.
Ideally there could be a property in cq:editConfig such as cq:layout =
Hi Adobe Experience ManagerOur sites use AEM 6.4 with Layout Container
and the Layout authoring mode. It works well enough in most cases. The
doc used to configure Layouting is below...Configuring Layout Container
and Layout Mode Is there some kind of component cq:editConfig (or
something??) where layout could be configured at the component level?
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