Friday, 14 August 2015

Creating an AEM Sling Post Processor

You can develop a custom Sling Post Processer for Adobe Experience Manager (AEM) that is invoked after a Sling Post Servlet operation occurs. For example, assume that an AEM page posts data to AEM by using a Sling Post Servlet operation. That is, once the Sling Post Servlet operation makes changes to the AEM JCR, but before the changes are persistet, the custom Sling Post Processer is invoked. Using a Sling Post Processer, you can perform tasks such as creating a log of JCR node changes. A Sling Post Processer is as an OSGi bundle that implements SlingPostProcessor.

The article walks you through how to create a Sling Post Processer that is invoked when an AEM mobile form submits data to AEM by using a Sling Post Servlet operation.

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