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Re: Policies for Composite Components
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Hi! I'm doing this to maintain some structural order of things. Going with your approach could probably fix my problem, but i would lose a lot of functionality and modularity having everything on one single node.Like this is also easier to extend and in a case of future changes is easy as well to maintain. And now with having the what they call "Core Components" one would have guesses that we could take some and create a compress component using them maintaining all the functionality of the orig...

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Hi guys, i'm having some problems creating a policy for a custom component that i'm creating. I have something like this: And i want to give policies for each component inside of it (image, title and text components), and the component is not going to be static in a template, so i can't just add it to the structure of a component and assigned the policies for each. The component is going to be used as any other components in a container and there will be more than one used in the same page...

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Hi berliant​!I don't know if it's true, because going from the useradmin page i can see that the user can do pretty much everything with the experience fragments. You can see the image bellow: (there are some folders without the read permission but that is expected, i'm just using the fragments where the user has all the permissions for my tests)And i even tried to replicate sunjot16​ administrator permissions on the folder itself and it didn't work either:(the highlighted line is the group that...

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Hi sunjot16​!No, the accounts don't have the same permissions, one is the AEM admin account that or course can do everything everywhere. The other one has permissions to do everything on the experience fragments folder, because the user is part of the experience-fragments-editors group that lets you do everything inside the experience fragments folder.The user has the same permissions in the page where the experience fragment is being used (read, modify, create, delete, replicate).This are the p...

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Hi guys!I'm having some permission problems, i believe, with the Experience Fragment Component (cq/experience-fragments/editor/components/experiencefragment). My admin account when selecting the experience fragment component in a page, has access to the edit button in the fragment, that will redirect me to the experience fragment page.But on another account that has access and all rights to the page, and the experience fragment and it's part of the experience-fragments-editors group i never see ...

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Hi again Santhi!You are correct, i took a look at the files. And indeed it's there that we can control the error message. But like you said it's not recommended to change anything in there. The error message is being populated from the com.day.cq.replication.impl.servlets.CommandServlet, with the response:Santhi SwaroopSo the only way i can see to change the message, is changing the com.day.cq.replication.impl.servlets.CommandServlet or changing the Javascript classes for /libs/cq/gui/components...

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Hi Santhi!Thanks for the info. I will look into it and come back to you.

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I'm using touch ui on AEM 6.5

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Hi Santhi! I already tried to search for something of the sorts, but i can't find the correct one.

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Hi JaideepBrar​, i don't want to create a log with a custom message.I want to change the message that is shown in a pop-up to the user when the ReplicationException is thrown.

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Hi i'm working with AEM 6.5 and i created a Pre-Process for the page activation.When some parameter is not configured i'm throwing a Replication Exception with a message. The message appears correctly for the user but it adds a list with all the paths of content that was not published because of the error.Is there any way i can customize that error message to remove or even filter the paths that can be shown in the error message? And where can i do it?

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