Ravi KS wrote... Thanks a lot for the quick replies. Is there any other
way other than consulting Adobe team. I mean any quick references that
can help us? Where you able to find out how to implement this
integration. I have exact same requirement and would be great to get any
We are using AWS with AEM 5.6.1. We would like to cache some of the data
that we get from 3rd parties and DBs/Legacy systems. AWS comes with
ElasticCache and we are thinking of using that. Is there any object
caching that AEM provides out of box? Are there any recommendations
around how to do object caching in AEM?
Thank you for the details very helpful. What I am not clear on is when
someone on publish searches (end user facing public site) for something
how do I make it fetch data from SOLR? I understand that I cannot bypass
LUCENE so every time I search it will hit Lucene?The requirement is: I
have to ensure that the data is being searched in SOLR engine as I need
to be search and mashup data that is being pushed to SOLR from another
system (outside of CQ) as well. So basically, I have to search through...
When you say "But: You cannot replace the builtin Lucene by Solr. The
JCR query language always uses the builtin Lucene." --> I don't want the
search to happen in CQ I need it to happen on the external SOLR
server...how does that happen? How does one bypass Lucene?
In our project we need to have AEM use a standalone SOLR search server
and index all the AEM content in this server. Has anyone implemented
this? How do we configure AEM to not use built in Lucene but search and
fetch results from an external search engine?