Thanks. I am trying to understand why it behaves the way it does. And a
programmatic fix rather than having to ask Template Authors to go
through the work of putting content in, just to remove the component
they just added to the template.
Perhaps I have to elaborate on the issue. Here is how to reproduce:1.
Lets say we have two components - Component A and Component B.2.
Component A has simple HTL, sayThis is Component A3. Component
B has following HTLThis is Component B4. As
"Template Author", edit a blank template and add Component A and
Component B to the template in "Structure" mode.5. As "Template Author",
try to delete Component A and Component B from the Template.Result:1. As
Template Author, you will see "Delete" option f...
We have a component with a coded in responsive grid (code below). When
we add this component to the editable template, template author could
not delete any more. Search on forums turned up something that vaguely
referenced Synthetic Resource and need to create content using
cq:template.Appreciate if anyone can explain WHY this type of component,
once added to the template, cannot be deleted. And any workaround
without having to ask template authors to add content (to satisfy
responsive grid) bef...
Figured it out. The solution was quite obvious (and silly). Agents
(specially the ones used for flushing activity) on publish need "On
Receive" checked on the Trigger tab of the agent configuration. And it
also needs "Ignore Default" checked. Looking back, it makes complete
Thanks. I did review the other thread. That issue was result of space in
the agent name (and on Author instance).In our case, I can confirm that
there are no spaces in the agent name (akamai).Following scenario with
works . on Author instance:1. New agent created with name "akamai"2.
Content published3. QueueTopic gets created (from OSGI Jobs screen)4.
Custom Transport Handler for the custom agent gets calledFollowing
scenario does not work on Publish instance:1. New agent created with
We have need to flush akamai cache on replication and built a custom
agent following an (older) project on Github. GitHub -
nateyolles/aem-akamai-replication-agent: How to create custom
replication agents in AEM using Akamai as an exam… Then we created agent
under "Agents on author". UI shows up, we can set configuration etc and
agent makes calls to Akmai, all good. However, same configuration when
created on Publish instance, under "Agents on publish", does not work.
UI shows up, we can set con...
AEM Cluster documentation mentions that only slave nodes does not delete
the clustered.txt when shutdown normally.However, my observation with
AEM/CQ 5.5 (and 5.6) is that master node will not delete the
clustered.txt even if its shutdown normally (stop script)IF other slave
nodes in that cluster are running.Is my understanding correct ?
Appreciate clarification (and updates to documentation as appropriate).