Depends on which component on your page is asking for this. If you're
unsure, try deleting all components on a local system and see if the
prompt goes away after a specific component is deleted.It could also be
because of something in your Analytics/Target code. You can find out by
removing the cloud service configs from that page to confirm if it goes
away. If it is indeed the Analytics/Target integration, then you would
need to debug those scripts.It could be also context hub if you're using
What kind of session do you mean? Is it an AEM user session? If so, this
is going to depend on how your React app is integrated with AEM. Is it
being served by AEM ? If so, it should be able to access the session
easily since the browser holds the session.
From the AEM point of view, no extra monitoring/integration
functionality is made available whether you use SolarWinds or Dynatrace.
The decision on which tool to use depends on what features that specific
Please take a look at this document for a start:AEM 6.x | Performance
Tuning Tips If you still notice performance degradation, please see this
document on how to debug these issues:Common critical AEM issues
Regarding this error, it is likely that your bundle is not started.
Check it in /system/console/bundles"Process implementation not found:
com.aem.community.core.CustomStep"You can terminate running workflows by
going to host:port/workflow and go to the "Instances" tab. Right click
the instance to terminate it
To add to my previous reply, basically you need to search for the
cq:cloudserviceconfigs nodes and that will give you a list of nodes that
are not inheriting from their parents, and instead using their own
This is not stored as a property in the JCR, rather it's a calculated
field depending on whether the node has a valid config or not. If it has
a valid config then the calculation figures that it's not inheriting. If
it has no valid config then it ascends the tree (to the parent then
grandparent, etc...) until it finds a valid config and it inherits from
it.The logic for this can be found in this jsp
function of imp...
You need to make sure that you have placed the dll file at the location
you specified in your configuration:C:\inetpub\Scripts\disp_iis.dllThen
make sure that the user running the w3wp.exe process has full access to
the .dll file.Also, important to note that the link you used to download
the disaptcher is an old version of the dispatcher (4.2.3) The latest
version (4.3.2) can be found here:AEM Dispatcher Release Notes
Not sure if this will help, but you can start a GUI to explore the
repository using the oak-run tool and it actually shows you the size
used by each node.java -jar oak-run-1.2.16.jar explore
One method you can use to try:- Clone your current AEM server to a
separate server.- Delete crx-quickstart/repository/index folder.- Run
offline compaction, but use the rm-all flag, instead of rm-unreferenced.
This will cause all indexes to be deleted.- Start your server. Upon
server startup, all indexes will be rebuilt and it will be a slow
startup. Wait until the server is fully up.- Run datastore GC.- Run the
disk usage report and compare its result with the actual disk size.If
you have corru...
If you want to figure out what those 1-6GB files are, you can run the
Linux/Unix command "file" on those files, and it will identify what type
of file it is.for example, when I run it on a blob in my datastore, I
get the following, which indicates it is a JPEG:$ file
image data, JFIF standard 1.01, resolution (DPI), density 300x300,
segment length 16, Exif Stand...
If you request
http://localhost:4502/libs/cq/workflow/content/inbox/list.json as an
admin, you get a list of all pending inbox items and their assignees.
The code for how that list is generated is available in crx/de under
/libs/cq/workflow/components/inbox/list/json.jspSo you can model your
code after the code used in that page and retrieve the results as an
InboxItem array and send your notifications.Refer to the code in crx/de
for the details on retrieving the data