Hi @Nikita_Mazire,Have you tried creating index for the query mentioned in logs. You can use this tool https://oakutils.appspot.com/generate/index to generate index and put this in AEM to test it further.Regards,Arpit Varshney
Hi @Nikita_Mazire Could you please check the logs and shared the detail logs. Also, could you please confirm if there is overlayed functionality in CFM. If yes, please disable it and check if that is causing the issue.Regards,Arpit Varshney
Hi Team,We are trying to use AIO SDK to connect to AEP from our node JS application but the library is throwing an error.SDK Reference: https://github.com/adobe/aio-lib-customer-profile/blob/master/README.mdCode Snippet:
const http = require('http');
const sdk = require('@adobe/aio-lib-customer-p...
Hi @monish7 AEM Repo is the best open-source tool to achieve this sync.If you are setting up in Windows follow this blog by my colleague: https://www.tothenew.com/blog/step-by-step-tutorial-on-setting-up-aem-repo-tool-for-syncing-aem-with-intellij-on-windows/ If setting up in Linux or Mac, follow th...
Hi @arkive1 I can only see a warning in the logs shared, no error. However, I tried running the same command in my locally and found that it requires Python to be installed and set in an environment variable "gyp ERR! find Python Python is not set from the command line or npm ". Please re-check if y...
Hi @subnaik You should create a POJO class according to the required JSON object and populate value from multifield object to newly created POJO. After that, you can convert the populated POJO class into JSON.