To fix this, below were the changed that were done:Changed Link checker
override patterns to ‘^system/’ (OOTB config)Changed Jetty config to
load balancing (2) ‘Enable Proxy/Load Balancer Connection’(1) :
Prod Author Environment: AEM 6.2Yes, I am using dynamic media. Turning
it off is not an option. Works perfectly fine in our stage environment.
All images are uploading to our author environment. However, when I go
to our pages and edit a component by adding the new image. Nothing
appears. Then when I inspect the image, I get a 403 Forbidden error.
This is not happening on our stage environment. We are migrating from
6.1 to 6.2 and one thing I noticed. If I upload the image in 6.1 package
This looks like a bug - somewhere a Java NULL is being thrown. I would
recommend opening a ticket so ENg can fix this. You have another option
too. To publish a video located in the DAM to YouTube, you can write a
custom workflow step that uses the YouTube APIs to publish a video. Java
Code Samples | YouTube Data API | Google Developers This would work!
Worked with Adobe Daycare team to resolve the issue.The issue was the
result of the lucene index not starting. After restarting our author
instance, the lucene index started working.Thanks to all that replied to
Patrick, The daycare portal is for AEM support.For Analytics, you can
reach out to support by calling to 800-497-0335 or emailing to
firstname.lastname@example.orgRemember you need to be a supported user for your
organization. If you are not sure about who is supported, you can call
in and ask for that information.-Hyder
You can have a look at this community article :-
https://devpost.com/software/bamboo-aem-plugin#updates// Bamboo AEM
plugin with short documentations as well. Download link:-
https://code.tricode.nl/svbeek/bamboo-crx-pluginAslo check this
Both Jenkins and Bamboo will get the job done. If cost is concern
Jenkins is open source. However,...