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I'd like my team to make/use a Java equivalent to the Tridion Cookbook's Ambient Data Framework Test page, some nice functonality from Peter Kjaer.

  • Does anyone know if there is a Java version available?
  • If not, do we just need to change the references and replace ASP.NET controls with the matching tags? Would the JavaScript be roughly the same?

Edit: pointed link to Github instead of Google Code.

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    A JSP version has been on my TODO list for ages (not enough time!). I've got one that's a work in progress that I can try to find if nobody else has one. Commented Jun 30, 2015 at 15:49
  • That'd be great. I don't necessarily need all the claims, just enough to point the devs in the right direction. Commented Jun 30, 2015 at 16:47

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There is now a JSP version available on the tridion-practice GitHub repository: https://github.com/TridionPractice/tridion-practice/blob/master/AmbientDataFramework/ClaimStore.jsp

Unless you are planning to use it without an internet connection, you only need to download the JSP file and the json-smart library it depends on. The rest of the files are loaded from CDNs.

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  • Thanks, Peter. I shared this with the devs on my project. I'll ask they consider sharing any updates they do with this. Commented Jul 4, 2015 at 12:30
  • Sounds good. I've since converted the ASP.NET version to use knockout (with the javascript and CSS hosted on GitHub Pages) with the plan to create a JSP version as well. That way they will both have the same features and look - with the only difference being how they create the source JSON with the ADF claims. Stay tuned :) Commented Jul 6, 2015 at 9:13
  • Updated my answer as the new Knockout versions are now on GitHub. Commented Jul 6, 2015 at 11:59

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