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Re: Custom search in AEM 6.3 - Adobe Experience Manager 31-01-2018
Mayur, Serach Forms can be used for site pages as well.Navigate to Search forms and customize the site Admin Search Rail.Once Search form is updated, it can be used in sites console under Filters section. And it works for site pages as well.

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Re: Custom search in AEM 6.3 - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2018
Have you checked the doc - https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/6-3/assets/usin It's easy to configure search facet mapped to custom property (non-technical people can also do it). However, for any query performance tuning activity for a custom property, technical people will be required to configure the indexes.Regards,Abhishek

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Re: Session timeout event handler - Adobe Experience Manager 28-01-2018
An inactivity based timeout has to be implemented using custom js code.A timer can be started on the load of page, and the same should be reset on "mousemove click keydown" events (or as per requirement).If there is no user activity for a fixed amount of time, then js code can set window.location.href = "/system/sling/logout" and also perform any cleaning up activity, like cookies, browser memory etc.Regards,Abhishek Aggarwal

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Re: Custom search in AEM 6.3 - Adobe Experience Manager 21-01-2018
Hi Mayur,Are you looking for customizing search on author?If yes, please refer: Search Facets Cheers,Abhishek

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Re: Too many request calls - Adobe Experience Manager 21-01-2018
Instead of making individual call per child page, create a custom servlet which will deliver the data (json format -cacheable) for all the child pages with one request.Then use this json data to populate the table data.

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Re: Disable Delete button on sites console - Adobe Experience Manager 11-01-2018
Have you tried custom render conditions? Refer:1. GitHub - nateyolles/aem-granite-rendercondition-demo: AEM Granite Render Condition demo Disable functionality can also be achieved using ACL's as well (button will not get disabled but delete operation will fail). You can set ACL on content node of page or asset (remove delete privilege) via custom Preprocessor when a page/asset is published. When a page is unpublished, you can remove these ACLs.

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Re: Access to AEM Publish Code - Adobe Experience Manager 10-01-2018
De-compiling Adobe code?First refer this - Is decompiling AEM bundles legal?

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Re: RegeX in Querybuilder - Adobe Experience Manager 10-01-2018
As mentioned earlier, regex is not supported for path in the querybuilder.You can do following things:1. Specify multiple paths (if there are not too many folder entries):group.1_path=/content/geometrixx/abc/productsgroup.2_path=/content/geometrixx/def/products2. Query base path, example - /content/geometrixx/ and fine tune your index using lucene indexes. You can also filter the query result sets later using Java 8 stream APIs

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Re: Parallelize download across host name issue - Adobe Experience Manager 05-01-2018
Your first step towards reducing blocking time should be the reducing the number of resources needed to be downloaded (embed js into minimum number of client libraries, use inline svg in CSS file instead of URL call to svg icons/images).Could you analyze the network calls for your site and also make sure to test it on https?

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Re: Show pages (restricted) with lock icon. - Adobe Experience Manager 05-01-2018
Hi,I am assuming that links will get rendered via some component in the page. This component can fetch the link info via JS through some async call using selectors, example:pagelinks.json - For annonymousadvisors.pagelinks.json - For advisorsThe Rest service in AEM can generate JSON with links info as per the user type and access, sample:{ "id": "linkId", "title": "Link Title", "url": "http://url", "islocked": "false", "target": "_blank"}Now since links has info, whether its locked or not, upon ...

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