Did you tried editable template?I am this should work because we are
using it for header and footer. and whatever we are changing is changing
in each pages.Also, if you want to work with specific components, then
you can use style-system in AEM 6.4.for example, you can check V2
versions of core components.
In single page application, are you storing or generating the react js
code in clientlib using front-end maven plugin? if not then I am not
sure how you will use other components.If I am not wrong, like in SPA
the HTML generates from react developers and whatever they give you, you
paste it to index.html.if this is the case, using parsys is difficult.
if not, you can use parsys in your spa page and then drag n drop the
Yes, we can use the HTL and JSP component in same page.make sure to
check the parsys, which you have included is a JSP or HTL.For both, you
will have to go in design mode and add the component.~ Prince
Fill up the form and you will receive the link to download jar and trail
license key which you can use while starting AEM.I am not sure, if you
are not a solution partner and will still receive the email.if you are
facing any issue then visit: Adobe Help Center ~ Prince
Yes, you can learn the AEM in your local machine.please signup to adobe
solution partner website. if your corporate company is a partner with
Adobe then you will get the trial AEM jar which you can work locally.if
you want to download the AEM: please fill the form below:AEM Download
Request Form ~ Prince
I am currently working on a react and AEM integration, few things to
share-- we are using AEM as an authoring experience and generating the
content as a service.- In a component HTML, we are only defining the
Java model call and JSON model.- we are using sling models to generate
the JSON of the component.- so if any additional field is added in
dialog or if you want to add any new property key-value pair in JSON
then you will have to modify the component dialog as well as sling
models.- here the...
If you are using template editor, then have you added your component in
template policy?Also check if component is in page and you are not able
to see it then check your code is present in DOM or not?if you are
generating the front end from react. make sure your clientlibs are
as per my understanding it should not be archetype issue.because I am
working in AEM 6.3 and archetype 17. and we are able to work in sling
models properly with core components.Also I am not able to find the
dependency of sling models here:org.apache.sling.models.impl:In core
For a specific page, please go to /content and your page path.1. click
on jcr:content and find the sling:resourceType. check the path which is
given in this property.2. under the page component you will find the
property "sling:resourceSuperType" which will tell you from where the
page is inheriting from. * if you don't have custom page component which
is having all scripts, then probably it will inheriting from:for
Sightly: /libs/wcm/foundation/components/pagefor JSP:
Could you please check this:Why am I getting the error
SlingAuthenticator handleLoginFailure There could be a couple of reasons
causing this issue. Kindly check for the below details:1. Check to see
if the user is correctly mapped in AEM.2. See if correct Active
Directory attributes are mapped in AEM. 3. See if it is happening for
one user or all the users. 4. See the crx/quickstart logs for any
to check the logs - please configure the log under system/console click
on a sling and then sling log.create a new log and provide your workflow
class. select the log as Debug.that file will be created in your log
folder under quickstart.if still, the logs are coming then something is
a problem with your workflow class. then try to put the logs in initial
level and see if the logs are coming in a file.try to set it to info and
error as well. and check whats happening.Different custom workflows:1...
:import packages means including a existing jar. you can
include the third party jar using it. suppose you have a another
different project (like web service calls) in your complete project.
then you can include it using import packages. plugins generates the
Import-Package bundle manifest header based on the contents of the
bundle. : It downloads the jar at run time.
I am hoping you have created a component successfully. then afterAs the
template is an editor, have you added a component using template policy.
then only you will be able to add the component to parsys and then drag
drop.please let know if you are able to add it.
So this is a concept of dependency management in Maven multi-module
project. In Dependency management, your parent pom defines dependencies
and their versions then reference these dependencies in your submodules
where needed. When you require other sub-modules in your project (ie.
core) then the dependencies will be found transitively.to maintain the
versions, we specify the version in parent pom which is then inherited
by child pom. if you change the version you will have to build the
please go with below article and you will understand the
match a parent POM, Maven uses two rules:Reference from child POM file
contains the same coordinates as stated in the parent POM file.Child POM
needs to refer the parent POM using parent tag and specifying
groupId/artifactId/version attributes.This pom file will inherit ...