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Starting with the 7u40 release (version 1.7.0_40), Oracle has started packaging the JRockit (deprecated) JDK’s famous low-impact, PRODUCTION-capable code profiler “Flight Recorder" with the HotSpot JDK.
It is a commercial feature that has to be explicitly enabled with the following two JVM init…
I’m pretty sure you’re supposed to count ‘em not snort ‘em…
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If you happen to use timewarp on a page that has never been published before (i.e. a page with no version history, yet) you can run into an interesting problem - no Sidekick! Suddenly, your Author instance looks a lot like a Publish instance. Only, you are sort of stuck…
The simple way to get the Sidekick back, so that you can turn off timewarp, is to add “?timewarp=anything”. That will bring the sidekick back and you can get back to business… Or you can ‘do the timewarp again’ (sorry, couldn’t resist)
I recently switched from CQ 5.6 to 5.6.1. Next thing I know, my java code won’t compile. I get some really long stack trace that seems to have nothing to do with anything… Well, after a bit of searching around, I came across the following:
and, for further information on the specific Java issue at hand, came across this:
Adding: “-XX:-UseSplitVerifier” to the CQ start script resolved the issue.
Hope this saves you some time!
If you need to write a servlet in CQ5, say to handle form submission or something, you will undoubtedly have turned to your CQ5 Advanced Training guide (right?) or used your favorite search engine to find how-to help on the interweb… You may have noticed that almost every tutorial has an example servlet path that looks like one of the following:
<form action="/services/mycompany/ShippingDetailsServlet" method="post">
<form action="/bin/some/example" method="post">
Then, when you try to create one yourself, you use something like:
<form action="/mycompany/myservlet/" method="post">
(i.e. something other than ‘bin’ or ‘service’) only to get a 404 resource not found error… Here’s how you add custom servlet paths in CQ:
That’s it! Enjoy…
Sometimes you have a lot of content in your CQ5 and want to find the places where one CQ5 component is used. This can be done via the Query tool in CRXDE Lite.
Open CRXDE Lite and select ‘Tools’ -> ‘Query…’ from the menu bar. The Query tool should open in a new tab. Select the query type ‘XPath’….