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Extending the default search in Assets section of AEM - Adobe Experience Manager 23-05-2017
My goal here is to integrate third party images when searching for images in AEM Assets.How can I extend the default search bar to include third party images (getty, istock, etc)?

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Getting jcr in xml format - Adobe Experience Manager 18-04-2017
Is there away to get a specific tree under a node in xml format?Sort of like the xml which maven archetype 10 projects have under projectname.ui.apps?

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Re: Sending large text to servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 13-03-2017
smacdonald2008 wrote... IS your servlet getting the data? Looks like the only thing here is the WARN in the log. Nothing from the form submit is being passed to the servlet due to the the textarea field having a large block of text.When the text is smaller, it get's passed.

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Re: Sending large text to servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 13-03-2017
Any help on this please?

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Re: Sending large text to servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 10-03-2017
smacdonald2008 wrote... This is more of a App server issue as opposed to a AEM issue. For example - see http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22654521/send-large-amount-of-text-to-servlet-via-form Thanks Scott. However this is on my localhost, is there anyway I can change the jetty settings?Thanks!

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Sending large text to servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 09-03-2017
I'm getting the following error whenever passing a large body of text to a servlet:09.03.2017 10:04:28.015 *WARN* [qtp2103505453-6000] org.eclipse.jetty.http.HttpParser URI is too large >16384 09.03.2017 10:04:28.015 *WARN* [qtp2103505453-6000] org.eclipse.jetty.http.HttpParser badMessage: 414 for HttpChannelOverHttp@21df0b1d{r=69,c=false,a=IDLE,uri=} 09.03.2017 10:04:28.015 *WARN* [qtp2103505453-6000] org.eclipse.jetty.http.HttpParser badMessage: java.lang.IllegalStateException: too much data a...

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Re: Launch site programmatically - Adobe Experience Manager 27-02-2017
kautuksahni wrote... TheBigRed wrote... kautuksahni wrote... Just to clear the use-case 1. What is the event that will trigger to open the web page? 2. What do you mean by user screen? Is it any screen that user is on? 3. What exactly you want to achieve? what is that current AEM implementation is not helping out you with? ~kautuk 1) On upload of a file in the DAM (Any folder under under /content/dam) 2) User screen as in current screen on AEM the user is viewing. For this case it'll be whatever...

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Re: Launch site programmatically - Adobe Experience Manager 24-02-2017
kautuksahni wrote... Just to clear the use-case 1. What is the event that will trigger to open the web page? 2. What do you mean by user screen? Is it any screen that user is on? 3. What exactly you want to achieve? what is that current AEM implementation is not helping out you with? ~kautuk 1) On upload of a file in the DAM (Any folder under under /content/dam)2) User screen as in current screen on AEM the user is viewing. For this case it'll be whatever folder the user uploaded to under /conte...

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Launch site programmatically - Adobe Experience Manager 23-02-2017
I want a custom event listener (on adding a file to a folder) to trigger the launching of a site. What I mean by launching is taking the user's screen to a custom built website.Is this possible?

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Re: Error in workflow status - Adobe Experience Manager 23-01-2017
I'm moving only the payload of the workflow using the following package com.adobe.granite.asset.api.AssetManager.I'm strictly using the moveAsset(String, String) method.So I'm guessing this happens because the file is truly moved but the payload hasn't changed to the new location? Thanks

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