Prince Shivhare wrote... you can also try. In the parent pom.xml:
Wouldn't they need to manually install the unobfuscated JARs into their
local .m2 repo if they used this dependency?
BjornEricsson wrote... I Think that I used the wrong wording in my
original post. I want to detect server type in a Workbench Process. Is
that doable with this approach? What do you mean by "server type" if not
author vs. publisher? or dev/testing environment vs PROD
environment?Both of these scenarios can be covered by checking run
modes, you would just need to include a few extra run modes for each
environment (integration, staging, production).
smacdonald2008 wrote... See this community article --
wordpress is blocked by anyone else's corporate proxy (like ours),
object meant to be used within a CQ development to understand on a
your clientlib * 2) Reference it in your js.txt * * You can now use it
as it will automatically create a...
In ClassicUI's SiteAdmin panel, there was a column for Template. Does
nothing like this exist in TouchUI?I honestly can't seem to find a
single way to determine what template a specific page is using in
TouchUI. I'm considering overlaying
so that when you select a page, you can at least get the information
there, but that seems so stupid that I've got to do that.Anyone else
done this? Or come up with another solution for sh...
Any chance that Adobe will implement a hotfix for this? I know it's just
a warning but seeing it pop up all the time bothers me.I honestly don't
know enough about Oak to know for sure, but it seems this was addressed
with OAK-4139? https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/OAK-4139
smacdonald2008 wrote... I would go the @Service approach. Any idea if
there is any sort of performance degradation* from doing this simply to
provide the @Reference capability to a class/interface? Couldn't tell
just from looking at the documentation.* other than a couple extra
declaration lines in the META-INF file.
ptK wrote... Gdubz wrote... Hi ptK, Firstly, WCMUse is deprecated,
use WCMUsePojo instead. Secondly, is there any particular reason
you're using a ModifiableValueMap to READ values? You should really
just be using a regular ValueMap instead, if you can help it. In the
event that you can't help but use the ModifiableValueMap, you may need
to utilize a Service Resolver that has sufficient privileges to read
and write content, in lieu of the user's (possibly unprivileged)
PuzanovsP wrote... Apologies if I don't understand something in your
question, Why not define an API where each user write action is Service
function with it's own logic and related references? This AWESOME
feature is available in 6.2 !!!  Then, you would not need to do this
OSGi framework level magic(even through ThreadSafe). As per OSGi the
reason why it provides Service and Reference annotations, is to take
care of the more complicated stuff, which you are trying to solve
here(which they s...