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Re: Ask the AEM Community Experts on Lazybones
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Hi, FYI the link to this on scottsdigitalcommunity is malformed, it points to a funky url on communities.adobe com, whereas the correct href ishttps://communities.adobeconnect.com/pkou4185bxyh/?proto=trueThxPhli

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An update on this. I have managed to get further by stripping out large chunks of the swaggerfile, with only one simple GET operation then AEM accepts the swaggerfile - https://app.swaggerhub.com/apis/pgleghorn/PegaAPI/12.0.4 It seems that AEM does not like the GET paths with parameters, or any PUT/POST operations, from my original swaggerfile. However it is a tricky process through trial and error to find out what specifically is causing the problem. Trace logger on error.log didn't yield any n...

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Nice!For ruby people there is also https://github.com/shinesolutions/ruby_aem which is pretty comprehensive, based on their swagger definition at https://github.com/shinesolutions/swagger-aem Phil

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Hi Folks,I'm getting this NPE in error.log when trying to create a forms Data Integration from a FormDataModel using a Swagger REST service;Caused by: java.lang.NullPointerException: null at com.adobe.aem.dermis.core.rest.service.SwaggerUtils.getDataModel(SwaggerUtils.java:496) at com.adobe.aem.dermis.core.rest.service.SwaggerUtils.getDataModels(SwaggerUtils.java:218) at com.adobe.aem.dermis.core.rest.service.SwaggerUtils.getMetaData(SwaggerUtils.java:102) at com.adobe.aem.dermis.core.rest.servi...

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Standalone install is generally acceptable - it's very quick and efficient, with fewer moving parts. However, application server install may be more appropriate if:your company has a "preference", e.g. you are a customer of a particular application server vendor with extensive dependence on their application server, and lots of in-house knowledge on it.your existing development or deployment methods predominantly deal in WAR/EARs.you have well-established tools to setup, configure and monitor yo...

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