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Re: The first node in a transient workflow must be of type: PROCESS but was of type: PARTICIPANT - Adobe Experience Manager 07-01-2019
@here,I was reading this doc: Developing and Extending Workflowsis there any benefit to marking a workflow as transient, if it does have a participant step, or it has an AND split (or any other condition that makes the workflow non-transient) ?We are trying to decide if it's worth the hassle.Additionally, it seems like no matter what, the initiator of a transient workflow will always be "workflow-service", is that the case? always?Thanks.

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Re: AEM 6.4.3 | Not able to edit any component - Adobe Experience Manager 31-12-2018
I already did, thanks for your reply

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Re: AEM 6.4.3 | Not able to edit any component - Adobe Experience Manager 28-12-2018
smacdonald2008​ this is probably one of the worst upgrades I have had to deal with with regards to SP's...I am seeing the same issue reported here, and it is only happening if you install SP2 (6.4.2.0) and THEN install SP3 (6.4.3.0)If you install SP3 on a base AEM instance (6.4.0.0) then editing dialogs works fine.The error is very clear, the file `/libs/cq/gui/components/siteadmin/admin/properties/FilteringResourceWrapper.jsp` is not in the repository. If I copy the file from a clean AEM 6.3 SP...

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Deferring contexthub.kernel.js - Adobe Experience Manager 18-06-2018
AEM version: 6.3.2.0 We are in the middle of making performance optimization on our site, as such we are deferring any and all JS scripts with `defer` attributes to prevent scripts from render-blocking. We are using contexthub so naturally, we see the following script:We want to add the `defer` attribute to that script; looking at the JSP the renders this script: /libs/granite/contexthub/components/contexthub/contexthub.jsp we see that the only option is to overlay that JSP, which is not a great...

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Re: Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Code Contest 2018 - Adobe Experience Manager 19-04-2018
Thank you for putting this contest together, really appreciate the thought, but as an honest feedback, I find a few things really confusing about this post:It was really difficult to find a link to the questions, it's almost like it was hidden on purpose. it should be a CTA so it grabs users attention. This was frustrating, to say the least. The second part, was only a form that required a component name/description/comment and then the code needed to be sent by email? I find that quite un-intui...

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Adobe public repo (repo.adobe.com) is down - Adobe Experience Cloud 30-01-2018
Hi,It looks like the Adobe public repo is currently down, a few questions about that:1. Is there an ETA on when it will be back up?2. is there a status page to track the status of the repo?3. is there a mirror of this repo somewhere else ?Thanks

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Re: Sling POST servlet HTTP 500 error. POST parameters are being scrambled. - Adobe Experience Manager 30-01-2018
You dont have to re-write the default servlet, assuming it is working properly and the issue is related to something else. You can use request dispatcher to forward the request from your custom servlet to the default sling servlet, see this: Apache Sling :: Dispatching Requests you can even use this approach to debug the request before it's handled by the default servlet.

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Re: Sling POST servlet HTTP 500 error. POST parameters are being scrambled. - Adobe Experience Manager 30-01-2018
It's really hard to diagnose what's happening here without logs. You can use Apache Sling :: Log Tracer to trace the request logs for your specific path and it provides fine control over request logging. It might help give you an idea of what is happening. You can also use Apache Sling :: Request Processing Analyzer (reqanalyzer) to analyze the requests and see if there are any filters that modify the request before it reaches the default sling servlet. hope this helps!

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Re: Does filters tab(package mnager) have any precedence concept - Adobe Experience Manager Forms 29-01-2018
If you're looking for documentation on the filters for filter.xml, you can refere to this: Jackrabbit Filevault - Workspace Filter

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Re: Using AEM with Eclipse and CRXDE - Adobe Experience Manager 23-01-2018
It seems like you are talking about a shared "development" environment. It's hard to achieve what you are talking about since there will be no communication between team members on what changed. The best way to do this is to use Git + Continuous Deployment (CD) (example: jenkins) where changes are deployed to dev as soon as they are committed to git and commit history serves as communication between team members so everyone always has the latest source-code.As far as good Git branching models, I...

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