DS Annotations – Sling Filter

Sling supports filter processing by applying filter chains to the requests before actually dispatching to the servlet or script for processing. They can be used to call a servlet, to redirect to another page, to authenticate request, preprocessing, post-processing of mark up, logging, measuring, decoration or adding/removing request parameters. Filters to be used in such … Continue reading DS Annotations – Sling Filter

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Connecting AEM from remote AEM instance (via JCR API)

The best way to allow communication between two AEM instance is by: Exposing a service from the AEM instance which acts a source of information  (say Source-AEM) Consuming the exported service in the required remote AEM (Consumer-AEM).   In case, you have a use-case where: A Service cannot be exposed via source AEM A utility … Continue reading Connecting AEM from remote AEM instance (via JCR API)

DS Annotations – dependency updates

With AEM 6.2, we can use the new Declarative Service annotations. These are improvements over Felix annotations. Adding the recommendation excerpt from Apache Felix website: While the Apache Felix Maven SCR Plugin is a great tool (see below), for developing OSGi components using Declarative Services you should use the official annotations from the OSGi R6 … Continue reading DS Annotations – dependency updates

DS Annotations – Component, property and configurations

@Component Annotation An component is a piece of code that is managed by OSGi container. The container would be responsible for its instantiation and management. Attributes of a component:  The above table have been noted from: https://www.knopflerfish.org/releases/5.2.0/docs/javadoc/org/osgi/service/component/annotations/Component.html configurationPolicy: The attribute can hold following values of ConfigurationPolicy IGNORE: Always allow the component configuration to be satisfied and do … Continue reading DS Annotations – Component, property and configurations