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‎10-12-2019
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Re: Hosting Static HTML in the JCR
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SmashTheGoat
- Adobe Experience Manager
Rob,I don't recall having to change anything else. Did you try checking the "Enable content disposition for all paths" checkbox on that Service?

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Re: Hosting Static HTML in the JCR
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It appears the reason it downloads the files is due to the Apache Sling Content Disposition Filter.Adding the path that contains my static files to the Content Disposition Paths list allows my content to renderThis resolves my issue. Hopefully it helps someone else in the future.

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Hosting Static HTML in the JCR
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Hi, I've got a use case where I need to store and serve static html, js, css, images, flash videos, and etc from the JCR. The only suggestions I could find on how to do this come from this article. http://blogs.adobe.com/dekesmith/2012/05/22/place-simple-html-and-image-files-online-with-crx-and-cq/I've tried all methods of uploading my static content as described in the article and have been able to consistently upload my static content to the JCR. However, the problem that I'm facing is actuall...

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SAML/Okta Integration without storing Users
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I am trying to implement a custom SAML SSO in AEM 5.6.1, possibly moving to 6.2 soon. Usecase: Certain content on the site needs to be behind a paywall, where Okta is the IdP and SAML is the SP. Based on the user’s roles returned by Okta, I can determine what type of paywall content they have access too. Caveat, I cannot store any of the authenticated users to the JCR, due to the high volume of users expected. I have custom login forms that will POST username and password to a Sling Servlet to b...

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