This issue was reported to the AEM engineering team. The solution
provided was to add cq.shared dependency on
"/etc/clientlibs/foundation/main". Check if this helps. Also I would
suggest you to recompile all JSPs, invalidate Cache and rebuild the
You should be able to achieve this use-case by overlaying the
node and adding the below property. You can do this for other options as
well.name: granite:hidetype: Booleanvalue: true
Caused by: javax.jcr.RepositoryException: java.io.IOException:
org.apache.jackrabbit.core.data.DataStoreException: Could not add record
I have seen this message getting logged when permissions are not set
correctly at linux level.Can you check if some of the repository file
permissions are being being owned the user that runs AEM service?
This is due to the OAK behavior which gives you a view on a certain
state within the repository, when a change is performed on the
repository, the change is performed against this base state and is
applied (merged) to the HEAD state.In case the state of the session
differs too much from the HEAD state the merge fails, and an OakMerge
exception is raised. This is due to other changes happening in the
repository, which could affect also the areas where your session wants
to perform its changes. Th...
Thanks for your request. I am assuming you are using IMS integration.
Could you confirm you AEM version? For AEM 6.5.1, as documented in ,
the customers should follow approach as mentioned in . AEM 6.5.2
onwards customers can choose to use . It seems like you have followed
 in your AEM 6.5.1 environment.
The session passed to the WorkflowProcess is backed by the service user
for the workflow process service,Please check document :
If you want to have new filter or modify existing one to list more
document types, we can modify it as mentioned below. Please follow
below:1. Create an overlay of the documents filter as
Add the mimetype to list of types that should be allowed.3. Please edit
the below line in the js file so that it will allow to list "zip" file
in the Assets finder.'mimeType':