Context-Aware Configurations (Context Aware Configs) in Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) provide a way to manage configurations for an AEM application in a flexible and context-aware manner. They allow developers to define and manage configuration settings that can vary depending on different countries or regions. Here’s a more detailed explanation of Context Aware Configs in AEM:Continue reading
A 3rd party jar is one which is not present as a bundle in AEM OSgI. If you want to use API’s from a 3rd party jar in AEM then it needs to be added to AEM OSGI.
If you try to upload a 3rd party jar in osgi then it won’t, get uploaded. To upload it in osgi it needs to be osgi specific with MANIFEST.MF file. OSGI bundle is nothing but jar with MANIFEST.mf file.Continue reading
In 6.2 if you create a project with archetype 10 and deploy it on aem the bundle remains in installed state coz.
javax.inject,version=[0.0,1) — Cannot be resolvedContinue reading