If you are looking for an automated report which XDPs use a specific
fragment - that does not exist. A fragment is an individual XDP file
which is referenced in n layout XDP files. You would have to write
yourself some program which scans your layout XDPs and detect references
to specific fragments.
The problem was that the publishing server was not whitlisted on the
authoring server under [adminui / settings / userManagement /
configuration / settings]. After whitelisting the publishing instance
for allowed references all work fine.Jan
Thank you for the hint. That's the development & test server where we do
have a forms and a processing instance i.e. only author is deployed on
the forms instance. It's about giving testers access to test the forms.
Publish wouldn't have that issue as there is no authentication needed.
It allows you to swap the xdp reference to a completely different one
though e.g. from Test.xdp to ABC.xdp, that would have the same potential
problem of leading to binding errors. I think we both agree that
changing things in the JCR manually is a last resort, but given a lack
of an alternative in the UI it is the workaround I would use.I would
still be keen to get someone from the forms development team's opinion
on whether this is something that should be added to the UI.
As far as I remember, underscore's mapping was never present at that
path, not even in 6.2.This seems like and issue, where you added some
custom underscore client lib code at the wrong path, and that has been
overwritten when you upgraded your server.Cheers,JagjeetAEM Forms Blog
Hi,I think there is another thread for a similar query, the answer
posted By Scott and Kevin is correct(JBoss modules causing LinkageError
).When AEM is deployed on an Application Server then the Day CQ Mail
Service javax.mail bundle needs to be replaced because these Application
Server come with their own javax.mail packages, and AEM should use these
instead of the ones provided by the bundle. To do so one needs to create
a javax.mail fragment bundle as described in: