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Re: AEM 6.2 - Oak Lucene Indexes -  Configuring Composing Analyzer maximen66097493 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi,Thanks a lot for your help, meanwhile i found a part of my answer in the Jackrabbit Oak – Lucene Index documentation where they wrote:@Note that currently only one analyzer can be configured per index. Its not possible to specify separate analyzer for query and index time currently.https://jackrabbit.apache.org/oak/docs/query/lucene.htmlBut i still want to understand difference between default and pathText .
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AEM 6.2 - Oak Lucene Indexes - Configuring Composing Analyzer maximen66097493 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hello,I'm looking for a way to have a configuration using Composing Analyzer in order to have a different filters between the analyzer used for the index and the query.On the Oak Lucene Documentation ( Jackrabbit Oak – Lucene Index ​) i see that we can configure default or pathText analyzers and maybe others due to the ... but i can't find the documentation related to the exhaustive list of the analyzers we can use.Oak Lucene documentation+ sampleIndex - jcr:primaryType = "oak:QueryIndexDefiniti...
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Re: Adobe Granite HTML Library Manager - Long term client side cache key maximen66097493 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi and thanks for your answer,What i'm looking for is how to make those parameters works on the OSGI Configuration to be ableto generate my CSS and JS with a cache key.the Apache configuration for the TTL will be done a second time once i achieved the first part.If they backport the ACS Common feature for Versioned ClientLibs into AEM there must be a documentation somewhere.Using a 6.2 Instance with the configuration below and after restarting the instance my CSS/JS doesn't have any cache key.
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Adobe Granite HTML Library Manager - Long term client side cache key maximen66097493 - Adobe Experience Manager
Hi,I try to find the documentation related to the Adobe Granite HTML Library Manager OSGI Configuration for the following parameters:- Long term client side cache key- Long term cache key formatThis seems to be related to the ACS commons feature Versioned ClientLibs but when looking on the documentation or on internet i can't find any explanation on those parameters.Best regards,Maxime NougaredeDigitasLbi
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