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‎25-11-2020
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AEM6.4 Content Fragment Include all Elements
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pavanr6387218
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Hi Team,I have created a content fragment with multiple elements on AEM6.4. I want to include the entire content fragment with all elements available on the page. This, however, seems not possible on the instance. From the articles and videos from the community, including all elements in a content fragment model is possible. Am I missing any configurations on my end?Attaching the content fragments created.

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Re: What's the best way to expose and consume a content fragment
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pavanr6387218
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I ended up creating an API which exposes the content fragment based on Content Fragment name

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Re: What's the best way to expose and consume a content fragment
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pavanr6387218
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Hi Edubey, Thank you for the article reference. It is helpful but they are using multiple content-fragments onto a page which is then exposed. Are there any alternative ways in which we can expose this content-fragment data?

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Re: What's the best way to expose and consume a content fragment
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Hi Sam, We have multiple channels where the content has to be shared. The content which is created via the content-fragments has to be consumed by the particular channel to apply the style(CSS) to achieve the look and feel.

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What's the best way to expose and consume a content fragment
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Hi Team, The scenario is that the content authors are going to create several content-fragments. These content-fragments will have to be then consumed by AEM and Mobile App, to apply appropriate styling to be published to the end customer. I have gone through several documents where a content-fragment is associated with a page and then exposed as a JSON. Are there any better ways in which we can expose the content-fragment?What's the best way to expose and consume content fragments within AEM an...

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Sharing User Data across Publishers
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Hi Team,We have a requirement where we have to capture the user likes/dislikes for a given article. We are able to capture these details under /content cq:Page publisher level.At a architecture perspective we have multiple publishers configured, so I wanted to understand how we can keep the data(likes/dislikes) synchronized across publishers. There are no users maintained within AEM. These likes/dislikes are by anonymous end users.

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Re: Dispatcher Configuration to Cache Servlet Requests
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pavanr6387218
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If the article changes(data changes from servlet changes), We are exposing another servlet which will be used to invalidate the cache.

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Re: Dispatcher Configuration to Cache Servlet Requests
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pavanr6387218
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We are fetching articles from 3rd party system via REST API calls. The frequency of this content getting modified is very less. Within AEM, content author would then author the component with the Article API call. This API is forwarded to dispatcher as apiurl in below url./bin/servletpathaname/apiurl/a.html. We have a rewrite rule at dispatcher to send the servlet as /bin/servletpathname?queryParam=apiurl. Servlet would then make the call to thirdparty system( we are trying to minimize these cal...

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Re: Dispatcher Configuration to Cache Servlet Requests
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I will try implementing resourcemapping and validate if dispatcher caches the request.

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Re: Dispatcher Configuration to Cache Servlet Requests
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Resoruce Type would not be an option as the apiurl will be authored.

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Dispatcher Configuration to Cache Servlet Requests
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pavanr6387218
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Hi,We have a requirement where in we want to cache the servlet(AEM) response.Servlet is making a REST call to third party to fetch a response which is constant(response remains same)Response of the servlet to be cached:Servlet : /bin/servletpathname?queryParam=apiurl.From clientside, we are making an ajax call to /bin/servletpathaname/apiurl/a.html (a.html is being appended so that the request has an extension.).At Dispatcher Weare using internal redirect to redirect /bin/servletpathaname/apiurl...

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