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Multiple client context in a single instance - Adobe Experience Manager 19-10-2015
I have created multiple client context's (clientcontext_one, clientcontext_two ; by extending the default clientcontext and have made corresponding changes in /libs/cq/personalization/components by extending the respective components) in a single instance to map it to different websites(Geometrixx Outdoors, Geometrixx Media) and have included respective client context's in the body.jsp of those two websites. I want to display data in the client context through jsonPstore. I've provided an absolu...

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Multiple client context in a single instance - Adobe Experience Manager 19-10-2015
I have created multiple client context's (clientcontext_one, clientcontext_two ; by extending the default clientcontext and have made corresponding changes in /libs/cq/personalization/components by extending the respective components) in a single instance to map it to different websites(Geometrixx Outdoors, Geometrixx Media) and have included respective client context's in the body.jsp of those two websites. I want to display data in the client context through jsonPstore. I've provided an absolu...

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Re: HashMaps in Sightly - Adobe Experience Manager 15-10-2015
When working with Collections - why not use the Java part of a Sightly component? In this use case - the HashMap. Java has far better control reading a HashMap. Read the HashMap in Java and pass the values back in JSON. See this community article to learn how to use Java and Sightly together: https://helpx.adobe.com/experience-manager/using/creating-sightly-component.htmlSee the Java class that extends WCMUse

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