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Re: [AEM Meetup] [Networking][08-Sep-17] Folks, introduce yourselves and get to know your peers!! - Adobe Experience Manager 04-09-2017
Hi GuysThis is Dipti, working as Manager Technology in TO THE NEW. I started my career around 10 years back in Sapient, with PHP based CMS 'Drupal'. Then I moved on to Java with Fatwire CMS and finally started working with CQ. After being around 6 years in my comfort zone in Sapient, I decided to join a start-up, where I explored and worked on IBM WCM and Websphere Portal.After 2.5 years, I figured out that AEM is the only CMS which is in talks and hence I started working on AEM again. Now I am ...

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Re: AEM integrate with SDL TMS Translation Connect issue - Adobe Experience Manager 12-07-2017
Hi MajidI am assuming that you are able to get the translated XML from your server. Now once the XML is there, you can follow two approaches:1. If you are using Translation API (similar to bootstrap translation framework), then you can retrieve TranslatedDocument object and then use TranslationObject's available methods to set the xml. Reference service file:aem-translation-framework-bootstrap-connector/BootstrapTranslationServiceImpl.java at master · Adobe-Marketing-Cloud/aem… 2. You can extrac...

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Re: AEM integrate with SDL TMS Translation Connect issue - Adobe Experience Manager 12-07-2017
Hi SonalThese TMS are generally paid. You would need to reach out to SDL sales team.ThanksDipti

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Re: How to integrate AEM 6.1 communities with an existing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 14-06-2017
Understood Souvik. Though I haven't done this in AEM 6.2 but I faced similar issue in CQ5.4 (approx 5 years back). If I remember correctly, giving relevant access rights to Anonymous user should resolve this issue. Where is your UGC getting stored? In our case we were storing it in JCR repository, so giving write access to '/content/usergenerated/.....' node helped. We were using reverse replication and hence ran into many issues but we could test it on Author too. Though as I mentioned before, ...

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Re: How to integrate AEM 6.1 communities with an existing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 13-06-2017
So the architecture of Communities or any UGC content revolves around Publish instance only. It also depends on which SRP you are using, though it is recommended not to use JSRP for sure.Anyhow for enabling content entry for anonymous users for any communities component, there is a setting available in OOTB AEM Communities framework (screenshot attached). This removes the need for login to AEM. But to access Publish server as anonymous user, please give Read rights to 'anonymous' user too.In all...

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Re: How to integrate AEM 6.1 communities with an existing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 13-06-2017
So we recently did a POC where we integrated OOTB communities components into existing templates. This is easy, because these components are same as other OOTB components. You just need to customize as per your requirements and handle the look and feel.We tried this out with Blogs and Comments but never customized Login component. But this should be doable, as login also exists as a component: /libs/social/console/components/hbs/login/Though using communities sites provides all these components ...

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Re: How to integrate AEM 6.1 communities with an existing site? - Adobe Experience Manager 13-06-2017
Hi SouvikThe rating and review components, are these existing custom components or are you planning to use the ones provided OOTB with AEM communities?ThanksDipti

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Re: How to prevent BOT Attacks in Form - Adobe Experience Manager 11-06-2017
Hi SambasivarajaWe are also working on defining a solution for Bot attacks on forms, here is what we are doing:1. Honeypot technique: http://jennamolby.com/how-to-prevent-form-spam-by-using-the-honeypot-technique/ 2. CSRF: The CSRF Protection Framework (but this doesn't work for anonymous users and hence it is of no use to us)There are other ways to implement captcha too but Google's Recaptcha is the best bet. Recommendations for java captcha libraries - Stack OverflowAnother good read: Captchas...

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Re: csrf enabled but empty through /libs/granite/csrf/token.json - Adobe Experience Manager 05-06-2017
Hi RajeevDid you get any solution for this? We are also working on a similar issue where bot attacks are happening on our application's public forms. We are planning to contact Security team but would be great to know if AEM provides any OOTB solution for the same.ThanksDipti

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