I am using AEM as a cloud service and want to use reverse proxy but I am running into an issue and was wondering is anyone else doing this?
So I want everything under /shop to service up another website for example
https://www.aem-website.com <-- AEM as cloud service
So working through all these CORS issues. I was able to fix all the issues on my local box but when I get to dev (cloud), I am getting a 204 on my preflight. Then after that, I get a 404
1) (preflight call) endpoint.json?operationName=getFooter&variables=%7B%7D&query=query%20getFooter%2...
This was the final one that I got to work:
<?xml version="1.0" encoding="UTF-8"?>
That doesn't work....I get even more errors like:
"jackrabbit-filter: Node '/oak:index/experienceFragmentsIndex-3-custom-1/aggregates/cq:Page' is not contained in any of the filter rules"
"jackrabbit-filter: Node '/oak:index/experienceFragmentsIndex-3-custom-1/aggregates/cq:Page/in...
I am trying to add a couple of fields to experienceFragmentsIndex-3 .. I did all of the instructions and didn't even change the code I got from dev server on cloud:
We noticed that when we have advanced networking turned on, calls to Magento fail sometimes. When we turn off advanced networking, everything is fast and always resolves, but then we turn on and we get timeouts. We are making assumptions from an outside point. Maybe they can help.
Just to let you ...
yes mklink does work. I have done both wsl and mklink. making symlinks with wsl was a little easier then mklink....but I just created a symlink using mklink and everything was great. The only issue was I had to use git commands to upload as gitkraken was giving me issues