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You are not the only one who doesn’t understand the role of the DXA Resolver. The keywords here are “Dynamic Expansion” and “Data Presentations”. Try searching for those terms on Stack Exchange and i …
answered Aug 13 by Rick Pannekoek
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DXA uses an MVC architecture; the data coming from CM is represented by a (Data) Model. These Data Models are expected to be in a certain (JSON) format. DXA 2.0 supports either DXA R2 format or DD4T f …
answered Jun 9 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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What is meant by that statement is that the DXA 2.0 Model Service should not be considered a Public API. That means that you should not communicate with the DXA Model Service directly in your impleme …
answered Jun 26 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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Instead of directly accessing the DXA Model Service, you can let your DXA Web Application act as a REST Service. Any DXA Web Application can serve raw View Model data as JSON OOTB (try suffixing your …
answered Jun 26 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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Assuming that in your scenario, your View Model represents a Component Presentation which is part of a Page, we can focus on the Page Model JSON (which is correctly DD4T JSON). There is a problem wit …
answered Mar 22 by Rick Pannekoek
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The Website Base URL confugured in Topology Manager is used in several places, including the “View On Site” Feature in the CME. For that purpose, you want to set the Base URL to the actual (remotely …
answered May 31 '18 by Rick Pannekoek
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Please note that the DXA Model Service is not a public API, so I presume this Question is just out of curiosity. As @Velmurugan mentioned, the Model Service URL contains both the Publication ID and t …
answered Jul 11 '18 by Rick Pannekoek