The sling authentication service (org.apache.sling.engine.impl.auth.SlingAuthenticator) controls a bunch of different functions but the most critical is that it determines what an anonymous user can access. Why do you care? A number of the different default behaviors between author and publish mode servers come from changes to the default configuration to this service. In Author mode, anonymous […]
AEM bloggers has a good post on this: http://aembloggers.blogspot.in/2015/10/aem-6x-predictive-search-and-spell-check.html I’ve been slammed with my current project and haven’t had much chance to add new content myself. Good for them for putting this together.
Nate Yolles has a great post about the inner workings of how you can programmatically update OSGI services in AEM: http://www.nateyolles.com/blog/2015/10/updating-osgi-configurations-in-aem-and-sling As a general rule, I prefer configurations to be static, so they can be tracked in a version control system and targeted at sling runmodes, but there may be circumstances where updating configs […]
Actually, you can’t. Worse, there isn’t any way in the classic UI GUI to reach the screen in the granite user manager where the admin password can be updated. So, here is the direct url/path: /libs/granite/security/content/useradmin.html This should save you some time!
See 6D’s chart here: http://labs.6dglobal.com/blog/2015-09-14/felix-scr-plugin-compatibility-chart/ I’ve taken a helpful screenshot: The actual post goes into more detail.
It’s a simple script but very useful to people using sublime text on the mac who want to upload files (like JS/CSS, or dialog.xml files) into AEM. https://packagecontrol.io/packages/CQ5Saver I hope this saves people some time!
This is a great post so I wanted to share it: http://blogs.adobe.com/experiencedelivers/experience-management/event_handling_incq/
Before I dive in I want to clarify that to my mind there is a large difference between leadership and management. As a team lead I have both duties – but they are different duties even if related. This post is about the more management side of things. The goals How can you know if […]
This is a new feature in AEM6 I hadn’t seen before now: build in front-end testing with hobbes.js http://docs.adobe.com/docs/en/aem/6-0/develop/components/hobbes.html
Another post going into the workings of the default OSGI services that ship with Adobe AEM. This one is important to know for customers making heavy use of the DAM and and asset metadata, especially if those assets are used across other systems. First, let’s talk about XMP XMP stands for eXtensible Metadata Platform and is […]