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Re: Maven Build Error -cq-social-console - Could not find artifact com.adobe.cq.social:socialcommunities-parent:pom:1.4.3
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Premkarthic​ AEM-6.2-Communities-LiveFyre-Feature-Pack-3 is this one:https://www.adobeaemcloud.com/content/marketplace/marketplaceProxy.html?packagePath=/content/companies/public/adobe/pack… In the details tab of package share, you'll see that it is version 1.10.167. You should also be able to locate that same version of the communities package in package manager of your AEM instance. Declare the build dependencies in the pom using the same version as follows:com.adobe.cq.socialcq-socialcommunit...

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What version of AEM are you using and what version of cq-socialcommunities-pkg is installed in it? the api jar needs to match the pkg version. api 1.9.236 and console 1.3.0 are not compatible.

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Here is the relevant documentation link:Using Maven for Communities

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have you tried https://github.com/eirslett/frontend-maven-plugin(independent of AEM)

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This is not correct - do not use individual communities jars in your dependency list since they are not available in public repos. JK Kendall's advice is correct - use only the cq-socialcommunities-api jar that corresponds to the communities-pkg installed in AEM, and place it just before the AEM uber jar in the dependency list in the pom. Then post your full build log here if you're still having problems.

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social-blog does (did) create ugc in that the blog entries themselves and the comments on the entries are ugc. It is not possible to get social-blog to work on 6.2 since it uses "old style" replicated ugc and 6.2 and beyond only supports SRP style UGC. IIRC 6.1 was the last version to support social-blog. The recommendation is to refactor the application to either use social-journal which is publish-side blogging, or implement blogging on the author node using normal AEM page authoring.

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Are you using AEM Communities 6.1 or later? If yes, this is similar to near-term roadmap features, and it would be worth contacting your sales representative to engage in the featurepack process.

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This should be available now. Sorry for the delayDon

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@brumoona87688495 if you have Communities FP5 or later installed, we've discovered an incompatibility. Please see this suggestion:http://help-forums.adobe.com/content/adobeforums/en/experience-manager-forum/adobe-experience-manager.topic.forum__98y7-im_having_troublere__kcrx-hi_weveconfirmed._s_1_tosp.html/forum__98y7-im_having_troublere.html#forum__98y7-im_having_troublere__kcrx-hi_weveconfirmedIf you do not have a Communities feature pack installed then the problem may be different and that so...

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Hi,We've confirmed that there is an incompatibility between Communities FP5 and FP6 and the Invalidate Caches function. Communities FP5 requires com.adobe.granite.ui.clientlibs.content-1.0.4.zip for some of the admin ui screens. That package introduces a serviceuser "clientlibs-service" for manipulating the /var/clientlibs directory. The dumplibs.rebuild.html script in 6.1 which is in a different package does not use the serviceuser, and is coded to remove the /var/clientlibs directory during in...

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I hadn't read this article until you pointed it out, but its discussing well-known concepts IMORegarding MSRP, the author_display_name field is deprecated and no longer being used. It will likely be removed in a future update. The reason is that architecturally we use the authorizableId as the handle to the user info, and can separately handle PII information that might be in a user profile separate from the UGC which doesn't have PII. The authorizableId is the link between the two, and we do th...

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AEM Communities components are just normal components so they can be put on any AEM page. But they're easiest to manage if you use the Communities wizards. We generally recommend using the wizard to create subsite or sub group areas under your page tree. The pages can be customized with overlays in the /apps directory to achieve whatever custom appearance/layout you like. Perhaps you can share a little more detail about what you're trying to do and we can help moreDon

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As general guidance, I would recommend using the profile tree in JCR only for attributes that change infrequently like passwords, address, possibly site preferences. These are things that are unlikely to change during a given login session and perhaps only change a few times per month or year. This will keep the load on SCD light and avoid an potential bottleneck problems. Other attributes that will change during a login session should be stored through the SRP APIs into the configured SRP stora...

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Re: AEM 6.0 upgrade to AEM 6.2 - com.adobe.cq.social.cq-social-blog Removed
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In AEM 6.0 were you using cloud storage for the blog or local JCR? If cloud storage, then please contact Support and open an RFH ticket and we can provide advice on how to migrate the blog to AEM 6.2 Journal using the ugc migration utility here: https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-ugc-migrationIf you were using JCR storage then please note that replication of UGC including blog/journa is no longer supported as of AEM 6.1. It is not possible to use the 6.0 cq-social-blog comp...

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yes, nested communities are supported in the most recent featurepacks of AEM Communities available from packageshare

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You can use the migration utility here to export ugc that is in AEM into a local file:https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-ugc-migration

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This sounds familiar. I believe it is a bug that has already been fixed. Please verify in packagemanager if you're running cq-socialcommunities-pkg 1.7.197, and if so then apply a hotfix version 1.7.199 available here:https://www.adobeaemcloud.com/content/marketplace/marketplaceProxy.html?packagePath=/content/companies/public/adobe/packages/cq610/social/hotfix/cq-socialcommunities-pkgThis hotfix is necessary to resolve the issue even if you're not using Communities features.Regards,Don

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Hi Seetha,As of AEM 6.2, JSRP is supported for production use but only for a mongodb cluster used on the publish nodes. A tarmk farm cannot use JSRP and must continue to use either MSRP or ASRP. Further information is here:https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-2/deploy/communities/topologies.htmlRegards,Don

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The Communities components including Reviews use AEM user nodes to provide identity and ACL information. Does your integration with Janrain create any user node in AEM, similar to the LDAP connector? If yes, then you should be able to use the Communities component. If not, then indeed it will require a lot of customization.

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There are some code examples on github that might be usefulThe beginnings of an "SRP Browser" tool: https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-srp-browserA tool to migrate UGC from 5.x versions to the "common store" SRP approach in 6.1 and later: https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-ugc-migrationA repo for SRP tools, which currently contains one utility to clear out an ASRP report suite: https://github.com/Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem-communities-srp-toolsCode samp...

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Hi Seetha,The best option to achieve email notifications for activity in a Community is to use the Communities FP1 for 6.2 which is currently available as a buddy drop through your sales representative. Its due out in just a few weeks, and has a much more robust email templating approach than was in 5.x, support for notifications, subscriptions, and email replies, and has a configurable notifications UI for users. It will also be available as FP5 for AEM 6.1. Regards,Don

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Yes, you can create your own components and respective endpoints to respond to your components. You can use handlebars or other ui frameworks such as react or angular, and you can choose to use SCF or create your own backend components. It will be more work because you'll be creating a lot of things from scratch, but if that is what your project needs then it is definitely possible.That said, is there a reason that SCF does not meet your needs? Is there an enhancement you'd like to bring to our ...

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Please be aware that many of the capabilities documented at https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/administer/social-communities/social-plugins.html are for 6.0 and have been deprecated and subsequently removed from AEM. The recommendation is to use facebook and twitter APIs directly. It hasn't been possible for us to thoroughly support integrations such as facebook and twitter since AEM is released only once per year.

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It is recommended that you use MSRP with mongodb for storing UGC. MongoMK is not yet recommended for use on publish nodes for UGC.

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The AEM Communities featurepacks are usually available to all AEM Communities customers. The 6.1 featurepack was temporarily removed from packageshare to address an issue that was found after it was posted. A replacement package is being tested right now and should be available publicly very soon.

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For 6.1 GM unfortunately using the deprecated SocialUtils is the only option. There will be an upcoming Communities FP4 for 6.1 which will offer the new APIs that will also be in 6.2.

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One reason: ACLs on the pages are typically different than ACLs on the UGC itself. Typically UGC can be edited by the original poster as well as privileged users, whereas the corresponding pages cannot.Second, the page nodes are always stored in JCR and only forward replicated. For UGC nodes, in AEM 6.1 and beyond the UGC nodes are stored in a configured SRP "common store". In AEM 6.0 and earlier, UGC nodes were reverse replicated to author and then forward replicated to other publish nodes in t...

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There are no hard-coded limits to the number of forums and comments that are supported in AEM Communities. The limitations will derive from the topologies and storage approaches that are chosen for the project. Millions of posts/comments in thousands of forums would be reasonably achievable using either MSRP or ASRP in typical datacenter environments.

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Integration of AEM with Jive is not a feature at the AEM product level. It could be done through customization since both AEM and Jive provide server endpoints for integration, but it would likely be a lot of work. AEM offers content management and approval workflows as well as community and collaboration features. In addition, AEM Communities 6.1 which is now available provides author-side tools to quickly create communities. A discussion-based community with forums, private messages, activitys...

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When UGC is stored in JCR, it can be inspected by using CRXDE. It is not supported to inspect or operate on the mongomk nodes directly as the format or structure may change in future releases. Beginning with social communities 1.4 which was available in 5.6.1 the recommended API to interact with UGC is to use SCF or the sling resource provider API directly. Using these APIs rather than JCR will allow components and applications to continue to work independent of where UGC is stored. In Communiti...

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