Thursday, October 21, 2021

Microsoft Translator Service - Issue while fetching the Access Token | AEM(Adobe Experience Manager)

Microsoft Translator - Issue while fetching the Access Token | AEM(Adobe Experience Manager) Translation

I was getting a "Failed To connect" message while trying to enable the configuration for MS Translator from AEM

Creating a Translation Integration Configuration - Tools -> Cloud Services -> Translation Cloud Services.

AEM Content Translation

AEM Content Translation

Receiving "Failed to Connect" error while the connector trying to establish the connection with the Azure Translator service.

The below error was displayed in the error.log but the error was not providing the real root cause

21.10.2021 11:06:02.390 *ERROR* [[0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] [1634832361866] POST /services/accesstoken/verify HTTP/1.1] org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingRequestProcessorImpl service: Uncaught Throwable
java.lang.NullPointerException: null
21.10.2021 11:06:02.391 *WARN* [[0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] [1634832361866] POST /services/accesstoken/verify HTTP/1.1] com.day.cq.wcm.core.impl.components.ComponentCacheImpl Requested Path /services/accesstoken/verify.servlet is not in available search paths

Enabled a logger to capture the MS Translation Connector logs with Trace level - the error messages are printed in Trace level.

AEM Logger

The below error was displayed  in the log file

21.10.2021 11:35:04.769 *TRACE* [[0:0:0:0:0:0:0:1] [1634834104174] POST /services/accesstoken/verify HTTP/1.1] com.adobe.granite.translation.connector.msft.core.impl.util.AccessTokenImpl Error while accessing token -->{"error":{"code":"401","message": "Access denied due to invalid subscription key or wrong API endpoint. Make sure to provide a valid key for an active subscription and use a correct regional API endpoint for your resource."}}   - Tarce Log

The correct Token was configured also the API endpoint is enabled from the MS Translation Connector.

The request to get the access token to the following API was failing with a 401 error —  https://api.cognitive.microsoft.com/sts/v1.0/issueToken

The actual root cause was the region configured while creating the translation service in the Azure portal, I have selected the region as East US

AEM Content Translation

But the region  for the Microsoft Translator should be enabled as global instead of selecting the local regions - the MS Translator API only works with global regions

The issue is resolved after enabling Translator service with the global region

MS Translator


AEM Content Translation




Wednesday, October 20, 2021

How to identify/handle duplicate assets in AEM(Adobe Experience Manager) Assets?

How to identify/handle duplicate assets in AEM(Adobe Experience Manager) Assets?


In this blog post, let us explore how to identify/handle the duplicate assets in Adobe Experience Manager Assets.

The default behavior is while uploading the asset if the asset already exists with the same name under the same folder, the popup will be displayed - you should be able to keep both files or replace the existing one or create a new version for the existing files, this will not check the binary to identify the duplicate files.

AEM assets

Duplicate Detection:


The duplicate detection feature(binary level) can be enabled if required, Duplicate detection is disabled by default. If you attempt to upload an asset that exists in Adobe Experience Manager Assets, the duplicate detection feature reports the asset as duplicate.

The duplicate detection feature can be enabled through the "Day CQ DAM Create Asset" OSGI config - http://localhost:4502/system/console/configMgr/com.day.cq.dam.core.impl.servlet.CreateAssetServlet(ensure the OSGI configuration changes are enabled through code)

AEM assets

 When a user attempts to upload an asset that exists in AEM, the system checks for conflict and indicates it. The assets are identified using SHA-1 hash stored at jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1, which means duplicate assets are detected irrespective of the filenames.

The SHA-1 hash is generated during the asset creation and stored under jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1 - the SHA-1 hash is generated based on the asset binary

AEM Assets

Now while you upload the same image, the duplicate detection feature reports the asset as a duplicate asset - the duplicate detection feature verifies the assets across the DAM repository irrespective of the name.

AEM assets

The duplicate asset can be kept or skipped from upload(Delete)

The duplicate detection feature helps us to avoid duplicate uploads of the same files if the same file already exists in the system.

MSM for Assets:


The MSM for Assets can be used to reuse the same assets within different websites by customizing the required metadata.

Using MSM for Assets, you can:
  • Create assets once and then make copies of these assets to reuse in other areas of the site.
  • Keep multiple copies in synchronization and update the original primary copy once to push the changes to the child copies.
  • Make local changes by temporarily or permanently suspending the linking between parent and child assets.
MSM maintains a live relationship between the source asset and its live copies so that:
  • Changes to the source assets are applied (rolled out) to live copies as well, that is the live copies are synchronized with the source.
  • You can update the live copies by suspending the live relationship or removing the inheritance for a few limited fields. The modifications to the source are no longer applied to the live copy.
To create the live copy, select the asset, Create, Live Copy

AEM Assets


Select the destination folder, where the live copy asset should be stored

AEM Assets

Enter title, change the Name if required, select the rollout config

AEM Assets


AEM assets

If required, the inheritance can be broken on the copied asset the local changes can be enabled, the source changes will be reflected on the copied assets on rollout/synchronization

AEM Assets

You can completely remove the relationship between a source and a live copy using Detach action. The live copy becomes a stand-alone asset or folder after it is detached. You can undo all the local modifications and revert the asset to the state of its source

AEM Assets


Please note, the live copy asset is also considered duplicate and reported.

Identify the Existing Duplicate:


The below steps can be followed to identify the existing duplicate assets.

Get all the asset files under a specific folder with the SHA1 value through Query Builder.

http://localhost:4502/bin/querybuilder.json?p.hits=selective&path=/content/dam&p.properties=jcr:path%20jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1&p.limit=-1&property=jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1&property.operation=exists

Use the below query to identify if the asset is a live copy

http://localhost:4502/bin/querybuilder.json?p.hits=selective&path=/content/dam&p.properties=jcr:path%20/jcr:content/cq:LiveSyncConfig/cq:master%20jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1&p.limit=-1&property=jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1&property.operation=exists

This will provide the output in JSON

AEM Assets

Convert JSON to CSV - use any JSON to CSV converter, I am using https://konklone.io/json/

AEM Assets

Download the CSV and open it in Excel

Now let’s highlight the cells with duplicate values. Select column "jcr:content/metadata/dam:sha1",Click Home/Conditional-formatting/Highlighted Cells Rules/Duplicate-Values. Then click ok on the next populated window

AEM Assets

AEM Assets


Apply the filter by selected cells color, select the one of the duplicated SHA1 value - Right-Click - Filter - Filter By Selected cell color

AEM Assets

Now you should be able to see all the files which are duplicates
AEM Assets



Now you should be able to perform required operations on the duplicated assets

e.g Delete the duplicated asset or delete and create live copy asset etc

 Delete specific asset - curl -u admin:admin -k -X DELETE http://localhost:4502/content/dam/email/hibernate4-2.png


Create Live Copy -  curl 'http://localhost:4502/bin/wcmcommand' --data-raw '_charset_=utf-8&cmd=createLiveCopy&destPath=%2Fcontent%2Fdam%2Femail&title=test5&label=hibernate4-sc1.png&srcPath=%2Fcontent%2Fdam%2Ftest%2Fhibernate4.png'

You can create a script file with multiple curl commands to delete the duplicate assets and/or to create the live copies if required, even you write a groovy script to delete the assets and or to create live copies for the assets.

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Friday, October 15, 2021

How to deliver headless content through GraphQL API and Content Fragments? | AEM(Adobe Experience Manager)

How to deliver headless content through GraphQL API and Content Fragments? | AEM(Adobe Experience Manager)

Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) Content Fragments allow you to design, create, curate and publish page-independent content. They allow you to prepare content ready for use in multiple locations/over multiple channels.

GraphQL is a query language and server-side runtime for application programming interfaces (APIs) that prioritizes giving clients exactly the data they request and no more. GraphQL is designed to make APIs fast, flexible, and developer-friendly.

AEM as a Cloud Service and AEM 6.5.10.0+ version supports GraphQL API to expose the Content Fragment to enable the headless content experience. AEM as a Cloud Service and AEM 6.5.10.0 versions enable the GraphQL runtime platform to expose the Content Fragments through GraphQL API.

Using the GraphQL API in AEM enables the efficient delivery of Content Fragments to JavaScript clients in headless CMS implementations:
  • Avoiding iterative API requests as with REST,
  • Ensuring that delivery is limited to the specific requirements,
  • Allowing for bulk delivery of exactly what is needed for rendering as the response to a single API query.

AEM GraphQL API


GraphiQL Interface:


AEM GraphQL implementation provides a standard GraphQL interface to directly input, and test queries. The interface should be installed separately, the interface can be downloaded from Adobe software-distribution - https://experience.adobe.com/#/downloads/content/software-distribution/en/aemcloud.html?package=/content/software-distribution/en/details.html/content/dam/aemcloud/public/aem-graphql/graphiql-0.0.6.zip, install the latest version of the interface

AEM GraphQL API

GraphiQL interface is bound to the global endpoint (and does not work with other endpoints for specific Sites configurations) - the global endpoint includes all the site-specific configurations(the models created under site-specific conf folders).


AEM GraphQL API


You may receive the below error while executing the API's in the AEM Author

{
  "message": "Failed to execute 'text' on 'Response': body stream already read",
  "stack": "TypeError: Failed to execute 'text' on 'Response': body stream already read\n    at http://localhost:4502/content/graphiql.html:81:33\n    at async Object.onRun (https://unpkg.com/graphiql/graphiql.min.js:1:533801)"
}

AEM GraphQL API

The actual root cause was the CSRF filter blocking the requests in AEM Author, the path white listing looks to be not enabled while upgrading from 6.5.8.0 to 6.5.10.0(but it worked for me while upgrading from 6.5.0.0 to 6.5.10.0), the whitelisting is already enabled in AEM as a Cloud Service, ensure the blow paths are whitelisted in the CSRF filter.

AEM graphql API

Configuration Browsers - Enable Content Fragment Model/GraphQL Persistent Queries:


Enable the Content Fragment Model/GraphQL Persistent Queries through configuration browser for the global sites configurations and the site-specific configurations.

Tools -- General -- Configuration Browser -- Select Global folder -- Properties, ensure Content Fragment Models and GraphQL Persistent Queries are selected

AEM GraphQL API


Enable Content Fragment Model(Model your content):

Model your content structure using AEM Content Fragment Models and Content Fragments.

Let us now enable the content fragment model that should be used to generate Content Fragments that will be exposed to the external system through GraphQL API for consuming the content.

Tools -- Assets -- Content Fragment Models, Select the global or Site-Specific folder(I am creating under the site-specific folder) and create a new Model. Ensure the model is enabled, GraphQL schema will be generated only for the models that are enabled

AEM GraphQL API

GraphQL tab displays the API details

AEM GraphQL API

Open the model and enable the required fields - additional data types e.g Content Reference, Fragment Reference, JSON Object and etc can be used if required while structuring the Content Fragment Model. The referenced Model(Fragment) data can also be fetched through the parent GraphQL API e.g. if Employee Model references Person Model, the associated Person data can be fetched through Employee GraphQL API.

AEM GraphQL API

The default Cache configurations can be modified if required through Content Fragment Model properties

AEM GraphQL API

GraphQL Endpoints:


AEM endpoint helps to access the GraphQL schema, also send GraphQL queries and receive the response.

Define the API endpoint by going to Tools -- Assets -- GraphQL

The global endpoint will be defined by default(enable if missing), define the site-specific endpoints if required 
(global endpoint expose all the models if required site-specific endpoints can be enabled but the whitelisting and other configurations should be enabled for site-specific endpoints)

AEM GraphQL API

AEM GraphQL API


The endpoint should be published to make it available to the publisher. Ensure the appropriate security permissions are set up while enabling the GraphQL API endpoints in publishers. 

GraphQL Schema:


GraphQL is a strongly typed API, which means that data must be clearly structured and organized by type.

The GraphQL specification provides a series of guidelines on how to create a robust API for interrogating data on a certain instance. To do this, a client needs to fetch the Schema, which contains all the types necessary for a query.

In AEM, the schema is generated based on the Content Fragment Model, the schema is flexible. This means that it is auto-generated each and every time a Content Fragment Model is created, updated, or deleted. The data schema caches are also refreshed when you update a Content Fragment Model.

The schema can be accessed through endpoint API - http://localhost:4502/content/cq:graphql/global/endpoint.GQLschema

Also, schema and schema docs can be fetched through the GraphQL interface(additional fields can be added if required)

{
  __schema {
    types {
      name
      description
    }
  }
}

AEM GraphQL API


Create Content Fragments:


Now create the required Content Fragments under the appropriate asset folder(e.g mysite) with the required data, select the Content Fragment Model created in the earlier step.

Ensure the Content Fragment Models are enabled for the asset folders(e.g mysite)

AEM GraphQL API


AEM GraphQL API

Enter the required data and save it, the model should be published to enable the access with publish server.

AEM GraphQL API


Content Fragments now enables preview for GrapQL data, the preview will work only if the site-specific endpoint is registered.

AEM GraphQL API

Register the site-specific endpoint to preview the content

AEM GraphQL API

Now you should be able to preview the data

AEM GraphQL API

You should be able to copy the direct GraphQL data URL - http://localhost:4502/content/dam/mysite/person1.cfm.gql.json ( this will expose the Content Fragment Data as JSON)

Fetching the Data:


Now the data can be queried based on the GraphQL API's defined in the schema - http://localhost:4502/content/cq:graphql/global/endpoint.GQLschema

"""
Get a single `PersonModel`, specified by its path and optional variation
"""
personByPath(_path: String!, variation: String): PersonModelResult! @fetcher(name : "sites/default", source : "personByPath")
"""

"""
Get multiple `PersonModel` objects
"""
personList(filter: PersonModelFilter, variation: String, _locale: String): PersonModelResults! @fetcher(name : "sites/default", source : "personList")
"""
Fetch the person details by path:

The personByPath API can be used to fetch content fragment specific data(the Content Fragment created based on Person Model) by specifying the content fragment path, modify the attributes(I am fetching firstName, lastName, and email) based on your needs

query{
  personByPath(_path:"/content/dam/mysite/person1"){
   item {      
      firstName
      lastName
      email
    }
  }
}

AEM GraphQL API


Fetch Person Lists:

The personList API can be used to fetch a list of Content Fragments created using the Person Model.

query{
  personList{
    items {
      _path
      firstName
      lastName
      email      
      
    }
  }
}

AEM GraphQL API


Filter based on expression:

The filters can be specified to fetch specific content fragments from the list of content fragments by specifying filter expressions.

query {
  personList(filter: {
    firstName: {
     _expressions: [
        {
          value: "Test1"
          _operator: EQUALS_NOT
        }
    ]
    }
  }) {
    items {
      firstName
      lastName
      email
    }
  }
}

AEM GraphQL API

For the Multiline Text fields, the below properties can be used to fectch the different format data

html
plaintext
markdown
json

query{
  personByPath(_path:"/content/dam/mysite/person1"){
   item {      
      firstName
      lastName
      email
      additionalDetails
     {
      html
      markdown
      plaintext
      json
     }
    }
  }
}

AEM GraphQL API


The metadata and variation details can also be fetched, also other expressions can be used to filter the data - refer to https://github.com/AdobeDocs/experience-manager-cloud-service.en/blob/master/help/assets/content-fragments/content-fragments-graphql-samples.md#content-fragment-structure-graphql for more query operations and fields.

The GraphQL variables and Directives can be used to filter the data, refer https://experienceleague.adobe.com/docs/experience-manager-cloud-service/assets/admin/graphql-api-content-fragments.html?lang=en for more details.

Persisted Queries (Caching):


Prepare query with a POST request, it can be executed with a GET request and the responses can be cached by HTTP caches or a CDN. The Persisted queries help to improve the overall performance and also reduce the load on AEM servers.

Create Persisted Query(PUT) - may be the easy option is to copy the curl command from the GraphQL interface and modify 

AEM GraphQL API

The persisted query can be created by sending the PUT request to http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/<Site Name>/<Query Name>

I am using the basic authentication for the demo but the token-based authentication should be used for AEM as a Cloud Service.

curl -u admin:admin -X PUT 'http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/mysite/person' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{"query":"query{\n  personByPath(_path:\"/content/dam/mysite/person1\"){\n   item {      \n      firstName\n      lastName\n      email\n    }\n  }\n}","variables":null}'

The output will provide a short path that can be used to execute the query e.g /mysite/person

Execute Persisted Query - the persisted query can be executed by sending get request to 
http://localhost:4502/graphql/execute.json/<Query Shortname>

curl -u admin:admin -X GET http://localhost:4502/graphql/execute.json/mysite/person

The existing persisted queries can be modified by sending the POST request to http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/<Site Name>/<Query Name>

curl -u admin:admin -X POST 'http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/mysite/persion' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{"query":"query{\n  personByPath(_path:\"/content/dam/mysite/person1\"){\n   item {      \n      firstName\n      lastName\n      email\n    }\n  }\n}","variables":null}'

The max cache header value can be specified while creating the persisted queries - this will help us to cache the query result for an extended time

curl -u admin:admin -X PUT 'http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/mysite/persion' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
  --data-raw '{"query":"query{\n  personByPath(_path:\"/content/dam/mysite/person1\"){\n   item {      \n      firstName\n      lastName\n      email\n    }\n  }\n}","variables":null,"cache-control":{"max-age":300}}'

The persisted  queries are stored under /conf/<Site Name>/settings/graphql/persistedQueries

AEM GraphQL API

The list of Persisted queries can be fetched through /graphql/list.json endpoint - curl -u admin:admin -X GET   http://localhost:4502/graphql/list.json

To delete the existing query, send the DELETE request to the /graphql/persist.json/<Short Path> -  curl -u admin:admin -X DELETE   http://localhost:4502/graphql/persist.json/mysite/test



Consume GraphQL API Data from External System:


The external system can retrieve the Content Fragment data by sending the POST request to /content/_cq_graphql/global/endpoint.json GraphQL API endpoint(copy the curl request from GraphQL interface UI)

I am using the basic authentication for the demo but the token-based authentication should be used for AEM as a Cloud Service(Let me explore and share this later). Every Content Fragment model can be accessed through a global endpoint but individual endpoints can be enabled if required.

  curl -u admin:admin 'http://localhost:4502/content/_cq_graphql/global/endpoint.json' \
  -H 'Content-Type: application/json' \
   --data-raw '{"query":"query{\n  personByPath(_path:\"/content/dam/mysite/person1\"){\n   item {      \n      firstName\n      lastName\n      email\n    }\n  }\n}","variables":null}'


The CORS and  Referrer filter should be configured to enable the access for external systems(for the demo I am showing the OSGI console but enable through code - AEM as a Cloud service won't provide access to OSGi console, ready only view is provided through Developer console - refer https://www.albinsblog.com/2021/10/developer-console-and-adobe-io-cli-for-cloud-manager-to-debug-aem-as-a-cloud-service.html for more details)

Enable the external domains as Allowed Origins and the below paths as Allowed Paths  through Adobe Granite Cross-Origin Resource Sharing Policy
/content/_cq_graphql/global/endpoint.json // everything should be accessible through global, individual endpoints can be enabled if required
 /graphql/execute.json/.* // endpoint to execute the persisted queries

AEM GraphQL API

Referrer filter must be configured to allow access from external hosts.

AEM GraphQL API

Now the external system will be able to fetch the Content Fragment data from AEM through GraphQL API queries.

The GraphQL API of AEM provides a powerful query language to expose data of Content Fragments to downstream applications to support headless content sharing with external systems. Content Fragment models define the data schema that is used by Content Fragments. Whenever a Content Fragment Model is created or updated, the schema is translated and added to the “graph” that makes up the GraphQL API.

The GraphiQL IDE allows you to quickly test and refine the queries and data returned. GraphiQL also provides easy access to the documentation, making it easy to learn and understand what methods are available.

The AEM GraphQL API currently not supporting some of the GraphQL API features such as Mutations, Subscriptions, and Paging/Sorting, the API is read-only and the Asset API should be used to perform the data management operations.

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Tuesday, October 12, 2021

Developer Console and Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager to Debug AEM as a Cloud Service (AEMaaCS)

Developer Console and Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager to Debug AEM as a Cloud Service (AEMaaCS)

AEM as a Cloud Service provides a Developer Console for each environment that exposes various details of the running AEM service that are helpful in debugging. Each AEM as a Cloud Service environment has its own Developer Console. 

Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager provides commands to download/tail the logs from AEM as a Cloud Service environment.

Some of the below Adobe documents provides the required details on this topic, thought of sharing my learning for reference

Debugging AEM as a Cloud Service | Adobe Experience Manager

The Developer console can be accessed through Cloud Manager or Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager

Log in to CM, select the appropriate Program(Select the Program enabled for AEM as a Cloud - the AMS customers participating in AEM as a Cloud will have two different programs)

AEM as a Cloud Service

Click on the three dots for the specific environment, and select “Developer Console”, the same can be accessed through the Environment tab. You will be able to see the Developer Console with the environment details.

AEM as a Cloud Service

AEM as a Cloud Service

Change the value in the pod dropdown list to view the different server details on the environment.

To access and use the Developer Consol, the developer must be a member of the Cloud Manager Product’s Developer - Cloud Service Product Profile. Also, the developer must be a member of the AEM Users or AEM Administrators Product Profile on AEM Author and/or Publish. The exception being for Sandbox Programs, where any user with access to the Cloud Manager Sandbox Program will have access to Developer Console.

The Developer Console provides similar information as the AEM SDK’s local quickstart’s OSGi Web console, with the marked difference that the Developer Console is read-only.

As illustrated above, available statuses information includes the state of bundles, components, OSGI configurations, oak indexes, OSGI services, and Sling jobs.

Also, the Query Performance tool can be accessed from the Queries tab - /libs/granite/operations/content/diagnosistools/queryPerformance.html.

Sandbox Program environments enter a hibernation mode if no activity is detected for a certain period of time. Hibernation is unique to Sandbox Program environments. Production program environments do not hibernate.

Hibernation is categorized as:

Automatic Sandbox Program environments are automatically hibernated after eight hours of inactivity, meaning that neither the author nor preview or publish services receive requests.

Manual: As a user, you may manually hibernate a Sandbox Program environment, although there is no requirement to do so since hibernation will occur automatically after a certain period (eight hours) of inactivity.

You will see the below screen if the Sandbox environment is Hibernated while accessing the instances

AEM as a Cloud Service

The Environment can be De-Hibernated through Developer Console

AEM as a Cloud Service


AEM as a Cloud Service

AEM as a Cloud Service

The Developer Console can be also accessed through Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager

aio cloudmanager:open-developer-console <ENVIRONMENTID> --programId <PROGRAMID>

The Environment ID and Program ID can be retrieved by accessing the environment through Cloud Manager.

AEM as a Cloud Service

The Program and Environment ID's can be also retrieved through Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager 

npm install -g @adobe/aio-cli
aio plugins:install @adobe/aio-cli-plugin-cloudmanager

aio auth:login
aio cloudmanager:org:select

aio cloudmanager:list-programs
aio config:set cloudmanager_programid <<Program ID>>
aio cloudmanager:list-environments

Executing the below command opens the Developer Console

aio cloudmanager:open-developer-console <ENVIRONMENTID> --programId <PROGRAMID>


The AEM server logs can also be accessed through Cloud Manager or Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager

AEM as a Cloud Service

AEM as a Cloud Service


Logs can be tailed/downloaded through CLI commands

aio cloudmanager:environment:list-available-log-options <<Environment ID>> - this will list out all the avilable log services and names

Adobe I/O CLI for Cloud Manager


aio cloudmanager:environment:download-logs <<Environment ID>> <<Service>> <<Name>> [Number of days-default 1]

aio cloudmanager:environment:download-logs 22222 author aemerror 2

This will download the log file to the current folder - use the command parameters to change the location if required 

aio cloudmanager:environment:download-logs 22222 dispatcher aemdispatcher --outputDirectory=C:\test

The log can be tailed if required

aio cloudmanager:environment:tail-log <<Environment ID>> <<Service>> <<Name>>

aio cloudmanager:environment:tail-log 22222 author aemerror


The CRXDE Lite is only accessible on Local SDK instances and AEM as a Cloud Service Development environments but not available on Stage or Production environments.

Deployed OSGi configurations cannot be reviewed via CRXDE Lite. OSGi configurations are maintained in the AEM Project’s ui.apps code package at /apps/example/config.xxx, however upon deployment to AEM as a Cloud Service environments, the OSGi configurations resources are not persisted to the JCR, therefore not visible via CRXDE Lite. The OSGI configurations can be reviewed through the Developer console.

AEM as a Cloud Service

Oservervation while using the Adobe I/O CLI - I was getting 401 Unautorized exception while executing the CLI command, even aio auth:login not helped, the issue is resolved first by clearing the configurations(aio config:clear) then execute the aio auth:login and other commands