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New CQ best practice articles now live!

We’ve just published the following three CQ best practice articles: Migrating DITA XML data to Adobe CQ Integrating custom CQ widgets with third-party libraries Back up CQ authoring servers with no downtime These articles are the first few in the CQ best practices series. In the days to come, we’ll post more best practices, tips, […]

Integrating custom CQ widgets with third-party libraries

Have you ever wondered how to create a custom CQ widget that performs tasks not available with out of the box CQ components. In this situation, you can create a CQ widget that uses third-party libraries that lets your CQ application perform custom task…

Basic CQ5 code examples

- Feike Visser, Technical Architect @Adobe In this blogpost I will go through some sample code that you can use in your components, all samples are available out of the box. So there is no need to write custom code in OSGi bundles for these samples. Make sure you have this line at the beginning […]

Viewing CQ server logs for a system hosted on Cloud Manager

To understand how you can view logs for a CQ Cloud Manager authoring server, look no further than this useful forum topic.
For more top issues and FAQ related to Adobe CQ Cloud Manager, see this documentation article.

CQ5 – Command Line Admin

It’s so rare that I post here, it’s almost criminal. While researching how to best automate cloud-based installations of CQ5, I ran across these sweet command line tools to change passwords and setup replication agents. I figured they&#8217…

Cloud Manager: How are Pause and Stop operations different?

When you pause a cloud, the cloud provider doesn’t charge for CPU cycles anymore. However, you are still charged for the allocated storage (for example, Amazon EBS volumes). Paused clouds are displayed in the Clouds dashboard with a yellow status. However, when you stop a cloud, no memory, EBS storage, or instances remain allocated to it […]

CQ Cloud Manager is here!

Adobe has announced the general availability of CQ Cloud Manager, Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) that enables reduced time and costs for provisioning, managing, and metering Web Experience Management (WEM) solutions supporting digital marketing initiatives. Cloud Manager takes advantage of cloud computing technology, such the Amazon Web Services (AWS) public cloud, to start up CQ clusters quickly and […]

Using JSONWriter objects to display Adobe CQ OSGi data

You can create an org.apache.sling.commons.json.io.JSONWriter instance to invoke Adobe CQ OSGi bundle operations and display data within a JSP. A JSONWriter instance lets you define value and key methods to retrieve data. You can create an Adobe CQ com…

Logging Activates, Deactivates and Deletes

To keep a log of who has activated or deactivated a page, add this to your logging :- Log Level: DebugLogger: com.day.cq.replication.impl.queue.ReplicationJob You will then get entries like this in your log file :- 01.05.2012 13:58:07.460 *DEBUG* [123….

Creating an Adobe CQ web application that uses MySQL

You can create an Adobe CQ web application that performs database operations on a relational database. For example, you can create an Adobe CQ web application that retrieves data from MySQL and displays the data in a JSP. The following illustration sho…


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