One quick thing you can do to eliminate whether it is an AEM issue or a
network issue, is to login to the AEM server's shell and execute a curl
to consume the webservice and see whether you get a response back. If
you do get a response, then the issue is with AEM. If you don't then,
then it is most probably a Network issue.
Is this for use of a design component?Usually, the design is in the form
of the following /jcr:content///In some patterns of
implementation, there is also a clientlibs folder in the design
path.Usually, these are all versioned in the CVS (eg git or svn). If you
keep a filter to include this path, it will be persisted in your local
filesystem.Hope this helps.
I have not been involved in such an implementation. However, my thoughts
are that you store a value in the profile to check whether it is the
user's first login/first visit to a specific page. If yes, then trigger
the overlays. You will have to customize the existing core UI, and that
would be a bit risky. Probably have a specific clientlib and call the
clientlib on the check, or else the js files will be loaded on each
visit. Checkout  for a framework that supports what I think you need.
The below link explains a good example on how to write js for events,
such as a validator. It explains the concept of the
I don't think there would be any OOTB feature that allows this. The one
closest is an OOTB option that allows users to add HTML via a component.
You can, technically, have a template without any code, and then read
the HTML that was added by an author and render the page. Checkout the
Have you tried using design components? Site level values can be stored
there, and editors / authors can update those values via the Design
context. You can specify a template's designPath as the Global path (eg.
home page template), and any design level updates to that design path
can be used across any template by accessing the value via code.
Greetings forum members,I was following the steps provided in  to
create multiple inline editors. The problem I face, is that all of these
give the RTE interface, and considers the text as rich, and adds
tag.Does any one have advice on how to create multiple inplace editing
option for non-RTE text fields in touch UI. I am using
In my experience, design dialogs and touch UI don't go very well.The
only way to get a design dialog to open in Touch UI is if you embed it
into the page component via data-sly-resource with the path as a
parameter. Dragging and dropping into the par will not work in Touch UI,
but will work in Classic UI. Try and see if this works for you. This
works for me in 6.2, so not sure if there is an issue, it may be a 6.1
Sure, in crx/de click on var/clientlibs, and then "Access control" tab
where it show the "properties", and then add Principal "Everyone", and
privileges "jcr:all". That was what I did to solve the problem. However,
I later found out that principal should be "clientlib-service" with read
write privileges. Hope this helps. Please let me know if this works.
Stumbled upon this while troubleshooting similar issue of deleting the
/var/clientlibs. Recreating the folder did not work. After adding
permissions to everyone jcr:all, it worked. Hope this will help someone