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Re: LiveRelationshipManagerImpl StarResource : no parent: no LiveCopy errors for content that does not exist
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Hi Marcelo,Did you get any response on this? We are also getting the same errors which using Launches to auto promote the content.ThanksNitin

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Hi,Please check error.logs when you drag & drop the component. It might be possible that the component is breaking and thereby rendering as blank.ThanksNitin

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Thanks for your response Peter. Yes It's not yet added in the AEM's list of Script Engines. That's the reason I am trying to load it directly from JDK considering nashorn.jar is already in the classpath.ScriptEngineManager engineManager = new ScriptEngineManager();ScriptEngine engine = engineManager.getEngineByName("nashorn");It looks like I will have to create a new NashornScriptEngine in AEM using nashorn.jar.ThanksNitin

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Hi All,I am currently working on AEM SP2 with JDK8 & trying to build a Handlebar Script Engine in AEM. For the Handlebar Compilation & processing we were loading the Nashorn Script Engine inside AEM & the Nashorn will be used to evaluate handlebars.js & other processing. I am loading the Nashorn engine as per instructions on http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/articles/java/jf14-nashorn-2126515.html with below lines of code. But the nashorn Engine is not initializing.ScriptEngineManager engineMana...

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Hi Justin,The engine @ http://svn.apache.org/repos/asf/sling/whiteboard/ieb/handlebars/ use jknack which is a java based implementation of handlebars. We have already used it for our Server Side Java based Execution. What we are trying to do here is Server Side JS Based Execution.ThanksNitin

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Hi Justin,This cast is from JDK docs it seems AEM hasn't implemented it in the same way as JDK has done.http://docs.oracle.com/javase/7/docs/technotes/guides/scripting/programmer_guide/ThanksNitin

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Sorry I didn't pasted code in the issue itself. So, We are trying to execute handlebar templates inside AEM. We want to render these templates using a JS Engine, so if tomorrow we need to replace handlebar with other templating language as dust etc, we can do the same. I am able to load the Rhino script Engine successfully and also able to evaluate the handlebar.js file using the engine. However when I am trying to obtain a"javax.script.Invocable" object from "org.apache.sling.scripting.javascri...

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We don't want to do it using a Java bundle for handlebar as we want to have the flexibility of replacing handlebars with dust or react in future & although we have a Java based Processor for Handlebars (jknack) , not sure if we will have for other templating languages or not. We wanted to use Nashorn as the Script Engine for the same, but some I am even not able to get Nashorn working inside AEM (Please see http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experi...

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Hi All We are trying to execute handlebar templates via a Script Engine Inside AEM. This Handlebar Execution needs to done using the Rhino Script Engine as we don't want to go to with Java based execution in order to be flexible in future to replace handlebars with any other client side templating language. I am able to load the Rhino script Engine successfully and also able to evaluate the handlebar.js file using the engine. However when I am trying to obtain a"javax.script.Invocable" object fr...

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