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Re: Using Jquery functions on a ClientLibrary - Adobe Experience Manager 01-03-2016
Thank you for your responses.For thejQuery('.storeLocatorFormSubmit')I am trying to bind a click function to a button once the form is being submitted. I gave another shot to use the keyword "jQuery" rather than "$" and it now works as expected.

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Re: Using Jquery functions on a ClientLibrary - Adobe Experience Manager 29-02-2016
I think that the $ is valid if the Jquery code is located inside the script tag () but AEM does not recognized it if the code is on its external javascript file. Please correct me on this one.

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Re: Using Jquery functions on a ClientLibrary - Adobe Experience Manager 29-02-2016
Thank you for the quick response, yes I tried the tutorial based on the given article. But for clarification the jquery code is located on an external file. The way I setup my Client Library Folder is that I declared a dependency on the jquery library that is already present on AEM.

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Using Jquery functions on a ClientLibrary - Adobe Experience Manager 29-02-2016
I am having some trouble on using a Jquery function my js file inside my clientLib folder. Inside my js file the code that I used was:$(document).ready(function(){ alert("test") $('.storeLocatorFormSubmit').click(function(){ alert("Hello world"); }); });and then stumbled on a question on Stackoverflow where it suggest that instead of using the "$" I replaced it the word "jQuery" so after changing the code into this:jQuery(document).ready(function(){ alert("test") jQuery('.storeLocatorFormSubmit'...

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JSON Parser for Sling Servlet - Adobe Experience Manager 25-02-2016
What is the preferred library to be used for a Sling Servlet to parse a JSON data coming from a POST method? I tried to use the recommended answer based on this Stackoverflow question but I was getting an error of 405 but everything is ok when I just append the data as a request parameter like this "userName=&password=.

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Re: Creating Custom Action Type in Form Component AEM 6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 22-02-2016
Yes, I am aware that I have to edit the logic for the my custom form action but right now I still don't know why does the POST.jsp file is not being used during the form submission? As per this link that in order to create the custom action type a node has to be created and inside that node there should be a post.POST.jsp. I followed the instructions given and my customFormAction is available on the form component (Please see the image)but the form is not being passed to the post.POST.jsp.

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Re: Creating Custom Action Type in Form Component AEM 6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 22-02-2016
Thank you for the response, I checked the OOB implementation from libs/foundation/components/form/actions and I even tried to copy and paste the post.POST.jsp on my custom form action node, but the post.POST.jsp is not being called during the submission of the form component.

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Re: Creating Custom Action Type in Form Component AEM 6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 22-02-2016
Thank you for the response but right now the forms that we are using is not the adaptive forms but the form component.

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Creating Custom Action Type in Form Component AEM 6.1 - Adobe Experience Manager 22-02-2016
I am trying to do a custom action type for my component form, I have been following the tutorial based on the documents : https://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-1/develop/components/developing-forms.html but to no luck every time I submit the form the post.POST.jsp is not being called. I tried to use the sling servlet based on the question i found on Stackoverflow: http://stackoverflow.com/questions/22344470/how-do-i-configure-built-in-form-component-in-cq-5 but still no luck happened. Is there so...

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Re: Avaiable article on Custom Product Importer - Adobe Experience Manager 14-02-2016
Thank you for the response, I would like to confirm by means of creating the OSGI Services does that mean I don't have to use the base classes like ProductImporter.java? If my understanding is right the end result of this custom importer is like an AEM Component that calls an OSGI service to parse the csv file and store it to jcr and the stored data on the jcr should match the Product class of AEM so there might be no conflicts, right?

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