CAConfig Editor not working in AEMaaCS
The caconfig editor isn't working in AEM as a Cloud Service. More specifically, there seems to be a problem with the clientlibs for the editor.
I've discovered that it works when you delete the longCacheKey property from the two clientlibs, as can be seen here: https://github.com/jdelannoy/wcm-io-caconfig/commit/0f5fd0fded9abc451bb611f1e6b05ade8fc135ed. AEMaaCS seems to create its own hashed cache key then. However, I guess this is not a solution for on-premise AEM installations, so not sure what the best solution would be...
sounds good! next regular release is planned in this week or early next week
Tested it with the latest 1.7.3-SNAPSHOT on AEMaaCS 2020.7.3831.20200702T194958Z and I can confirm that it works. Thanks!
I’m on the same version (2020.7.3831.20200702T194958Z), not entirely sure if I tested if with 2020.6.3800.20200626T210738Z as well…. In any case, indeed I would expect it to work with a longCacheKey set as well, as it should take precedence over the other configuration. Anyway, I will create a pull request then for that small fix.
which AEM cloud version do you have in use? i've just retested it with 2020.7.3831.20200702T194958Z and i can reproduce the that the display is broken - last time it tested it was a few days ago.
i'm aware that setting a longCacheKey is no longer required in aem cloud service, but last time i tested it worked also if one was set.
anyway it think it's not required to have a longCacheKey set for a clientlib that is only used on the author, and we can just remove it also for onprem installations.