Configuring AEM Maven Archetype for Eclipse Plugin

 

 Once you install AEM Plugin in Eclipse, we need to add AEM archetype and follow the below steps to do the same. Step 1:  click Window > Preferences and Select Archetype under Maven. Click on ‘Add Remote Catalog’ Step 2:  Give the url ‘https://repo.adobe.com/nexus/content/groups/public/archetype-catalog.xml’ and provide description. Click on Verify and say ‘Ok’ If there […]

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AEM – Eclipse Plugin Setup Tutorial

 

 Adobe have released eclipse plugin for developing AEM projects which makes easy to create and develop Adobe CQ / AEM projects. This plugin can be used to develop OSGi bundles, Components , Templates and Content from the scratch. This plugin will seamlessly integrate with the AEM instance and all the changes can be pushed/deployed directly […]

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AEM 6.0 Hotfixes

 

 With AEM 6.0, having architectural and technical changes expected to have many hotfixes released from Adobe. Find the list of all the AEM 6.0 hotfixes below and the same will be updated on new additions. Hotfix Description Install Link Restart Req AEM 6.0 SERVICE PACK 1 AEM 6.0 Service Pack 1 is an important update […]

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About this space

 

 Purpose of this post is to give an idea about why this space and what to expect here… Currently most of the organizations are undergoing ‘Digital Transformation’ and we have tons of platforms to do the same.  Wordpress, Drupal, Sitecore, EPi Server, Magnolia, Alfresco and many more in various technologies like PHP, .NET, Java respectively. ADOBE […]

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OSGI Services without annotation

 

 [code language=”java”] BundleContext bundleContext = FrameworkUtil.getBundle(YourClass.class).getBundleContext(); //alternate to @Reference private ResourceResolverFactory resolverFactory;ServiceReference factoryRef = bundleContext.getServiceReference(ResourceResolverFactory.class.getName()); resolverFactory = (ResourceResolverFactory) bundleContext.getService(factoryRef); //alternate to @Reference private CustomPageManager customPageManager ServiceReference articleRef = bundleContext.getServiceReference(CustomPageManager.class.getName()); customPageManager = (CustomPageManager.) bundleContext.getService(articleRef); [/code]

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