Hi all,I have a servlet that I am trying to register at the /feed path.
It will be a servlet that takes GET requests and returns out some data.
My servlet has this path at the top when registering it.
@SlingServlet(paths = "/feed", methods = "GET", metatype = true)I also
went into the Apache Sling Servlet/Script Resolver and Error Handler and
added the /feed/ path as one of the allowed scripts.However, whenever I
visit localhost:4502/feed, I get a 403 forbidden error. I see that it
gets to my cl...
It's definitely inside my Maven build - looks like its caching files
from somewhere.I managed to use Notepad ++ file in files to find where
it was being cached and taht solved my issue.Thanks for your help and
Thanks for the suggestion - that works until I upload a new Maven build.
Every time I upload a maven build they come back. I'm going to have to
see if I can find inside Maven if they are cached somewhere. Its either
that or the JCR.
I deleted from the JCR using CRXDE, rebuild the package and uploaded a
new maven build but no luck. The files still keep appearing.For
reference, these files keep popping up even after I delete them.And my
source looks like this - No reference to them whatsoeverBut somehow
every time I build and push my package it comes back up. It added them
back in for some reason with that A next to it. Could this be a maven
Hey all,I had a question about the AEM package manager + Maven buildsWe
have a Maven build that we use as our source code which places
everything into our AEM instance - specifically lots of stuff in the
apps and the etc folder. I deleted some old images, css, and js from a
specific folder in our /etc/designs folder on source as well as in
CRXDE. Somehow, these items keep getting added in package manager
despite not being in source and at the time, not being in CRXDE.How do I
stop the package ma...
Hey all,I had a question about AEM/CRXDE. Let's say that I want to
change the name of a template from design-b to design c. For
organizational purposes I would also change the path of this template.So
the template would move from /apps/myproject/templates/design-b to
/apps/myproject/template/design-c.My question is about a bunch of
existing sites that currently use this template. I have a ton of pages
that have their cq:template set to this
/apps/myproject/templates/design-b template, and moving...
No modifying java code really - I can't even view it in CRXDE. I was
mostly asking if there was a way to modify components and such from
CRXDE that would auto update the source code on my file system.For my
screenshots below, those two folders (eclipse and crxde), have different
files if you make changes to one but not the other. Is it possible for
CRXDE to use the same source code from my local disk?
Hey all,I was wondering if there was a way to connect CRXDE to our
source code that we actively develop on using eclipse.Our team has an
maven build for our AEM source code that we build and upload to package
managed to use with our localhost AEM instance. However, if someone was
developing using CRXDE and the source code gets built/uploaded without
their changes, their changes in CRXDE will get overwritten.We're
fine-tuning our development process to try to ensure this doesn't
happen, but I am ...