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gauravm29742313 ' s solution worked for me, but I almost skipped over it because I didn't understand. Make sure your js file does not match the same of the component folder it sits in. for example, I changed:.../blank-page/blank-page.jsto .../blank-page/blankPage.js

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Does the package install nodes under /content?

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Re: How to integrate an existing jsp - servlet website with adobe experience manager?
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Hi,so you want your old site appear in-line in AEM (and hopefully avoiding the iframe)? One solution I can think of are serverside includes on webserver level; your AEM components render the proper SSI statements so the webserver can fetch the pages from the old site.Jörg

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