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Re: Assets HTTP API with Content Fragments on 6.4
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Okay, will be exploring other options based on what I have available. Thanks!

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Re: Assets HTTP API with Content Fragments on 6.4
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Thanks gauravb10066713, that is correct and I'm aware of this initial support.What I'm trying to figure out is if we'll get the enhanced Content Fragment support for the Assets HTTP API in 6.4 in future updates.To dig into some specific details:When I create a CF on 6.4 and access it through the Assets API, I get high-level details of the CF like title and description, but none of the actual properties inside the CF itself.When I create a CF on 6.5 and access it through the Assets API, it also p...

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Assets HTTP API with Content Fragments on 6.4
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Hopefully I haven't missed any relevant documentation, but had a question regarding the Assets HTTP API with Content Fragments on 6.4.It's my current understanding that AEM 6.5 introduces better support for Content Fragments via the Assets HTTP API:Adobe Experience Manager Help | Using HTTP API with AEM Content FragmentsIs there any intention of bringing this support to AEM 6.4 via a service pack or cumulative fix pack?Just exploring my options for an upcoming project.

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Re: Style System Without Editable Templates
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Thanks, Arun.There's probably not much else to discuss here, so I'll mark your answer as correct.

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Style System Without Editable Templates
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I hope this is a topical question that hasn't already been asked (I didn't find anything directly related to this by searching).Is it possible to leverage the Style System without using Editable Templates?I'm not familiar enough with both of these features to know for sure, and wanted to see if we can at least "try out" the Style System in an existing project that uses traditional templates (not Editable).Thanks in advance for your responses.

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