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How to configure cq login default page - OSGI root mapping configuration

jiaBai
Level 4
Level 4

Hello,

It is always forwarded to /welcome.html page automatically when I login (admin) to CQ author instance.

But I saw the root mapping of osgi configuration that is “/projects.html”.

I would like to know why the root mapping is invalidation. Did something block the login page?

 

Thanks for any help!

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aheim02
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Employee
Employee

Thanks for the info - and just to let you know - I've tried on a straight-out-of-the-box installation, but I can't reproduce any of the issues.

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aheim02
Employee
Employee

Hello,

In AEM 6.0 the root mapping indicates the UI to be used as the default (i.e. touch-optimized or classic).

You can read more about this, and how to configure the setting, at:

The following page might help too:

If you have more questions, please let us know.

jiaBai
Level 4
Level 4

Thanks for your input and I have read the url pages.

But I mean that it always forwarded to classic UI no matter the ogsi root mapping is and even it is "/projects.html".

example: I put http://localhost:4502 on browser and it will jump to classic UI(see screenshot).

Do you know where can we configure the default UI except root mapping?

jiaBai
Level 4
Level 4

It seems like the URL issue and maybe it is url rewrite problem.

If url is http://localhost:4502 or http://localhost:4502/ and it will forward to classic UI.

If url is http://localhost:4502// and it will forward to touch-optimized UI.

aheim02
Employee
Employee

Can we ask you to confirm which version of AEM/CQ you are using?

Also, just to check - is this happening for every user account?

Thanks for the information

jiaBai
Level 4
Level 4

It is CQ5.6.1 version and happening for every one.

aheim02
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Employee
Employee

Thanks for the info - and just to let you know - I've tried on a straight-out-of-the-box installation, but I can't reproduce any of the issues.

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