What's the benfit here of gzipping on AEM? If Apache takes care of
gzipping everything - what's the value here of doing it on AEM as well?
My colleague is suggesting that gzipping stuff on AEM is actually
providing zero benefit since Dispatcher will decompress the response
from AEM anyway... So what's the point?
HI Arun, I think you missed the point here a bit. The bundle you
mentioned will work ok on AEM as a Cloud. BUT! There is Apache bit to it
- a dedicated module needs to be enabled on Apache to get Server Side
Includes to work (or alternatively ESI could be turned on in Fastly).
None of those currently works on AEM SaaS - which effectively means that
it's IMPOSSIBLE right now to do ESI/SSI on what Adobe provides for AEM
SaaS. The only option to achieve this right now from what I understand
is to s...
I wouldn't have a problem to do it on CDN layer at all. BUT! With ZERO
access to fastly configs in AEM SaaS this becomes impossible task.
Suddenly you need to consider putting your own CDN in front of it to do
the redirects.... Which is bad least to say...
I fully agree that the whole redirect management space is completely
missed in AEM as a Cloud Service. Naturally you do this kind of thing
either on Apache or CDN. In AEM Cloud - we have ZERO influence over
Varnish setup. Now when it comes to Dispatcher - it's severely limited -
not allowing for things like redirects map management in a sensible way
(by sensible I mean not requiring a deployment - managing redirects is a
marketers' excercise - not developers' excercise...)
Reading through the docs for AEM as a Cloud Service for Dispatcher.
Obviously there are a lot of limitations imposed there (still working
through the "this won't be possible anymore" effects of it. One thing
that struck me was
seems that the Cloud's Dispatcher doesn't include BASIC! things like
support for Server Side Includes... Are there any plans in...
Hi,is it possible to programatically log in to
want to automate download/upgrade to latest SDK version for local
developers (to avoid asking n-number of people to download the SDKs,
unpack them etc).Is this possible somehow now?
First thing I would check is if your invalidation is happening properly
- once you publish the page, open it up and see if you have a new
version of the file created on the hard drive on ApacheOnce you confirm
that a new file is getting created I would then check if the calls hit
your server - there might be another caching layer in front of it,
e.g.:1. CDN / Varnish - I assume you would know about this one?2. Proxy
- sometimes in corporates there are proxies which might hold something
for a whi...
Hi Salvador,Few things to validate:1. Do you have seperate cache set up
for each domain on Dispatcher level (you will need it).2. Secondly
what's your real requirement? Every link on a page that you display
should have an url containing domain instead of just /page.html ->
absolute url?3. You should utilize Sling mapping to have a flexible
connection from content to domain. Once you have that, write your own
Hi Rui,Did you ever bump upon this
one:https://github.com/Cognifide/Sling-Dynamic-IncludeThis library is
doing exactly the thing that you are trying to implement, so maybe
instead of reinventing the wheel... 😉
Hi, to be honest cannot see much of a solution for the copy-pasting
issues from your Word documents, as the problem actually lies in the
richness of the documents you've been provided with. In regards to
repeatable footer on every page - Couldn't you just create a sample page
with all the repeatable content filled in, and treat it as a starting
point for every other page (just copy-paste your sample page in
site-admin instead of creating brand new one each time). To be honest I
completely don't ...