To gain maximum from this blog and be fully prepared for any AEM/ CQ5 interview you may follow the approach I have mentioned in the subsequent steps :
1. Go through the Basic Question bank under the Interview Tab. Be familiar and aware of each and every topic discussed there in details.
2. Go through the Developer and Sr Developer Question Bank . In depth understanding is required for the topics discussed there based on the role your are applying for in a firm.
3. Read the admin questions quickly and be aware of them too , if you have time. You might also be interested for Scenario based questions.
4. If you are done and confident about all the steps above , hit Certification questions and go through them once. Just a read will do. CQ5.6 CQ6.0
You are now completely ready for a technical round. I am sure you will do very well.
Good luck !!
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Hi. I am preparing for the AEM 6.0 architecture certification . Can you please provide me your guidance?
How are you? I remember you from an Indigo interview which I gave sometime back.
Regarding the architect exam, there is a link which is helpful:
For the developer exam , you may refer to the links I have shared at
https://hashimkhan.in/aem-adobecq5-certification-question-bank/cq-5-6/. Those will cover all the topics which you need to study for the certification exam. Also you can read a few sample questions at https://hashimkhan.in/ask-me/ .
You may go through them for an insight.
Hi Hashim, I am fine thanks.
Yes, I do remember. How are you doing?
I am doing fine , thank you . I am working in Bangalore these days .
Do let me know if I would be of any help.
I have a question, could you please help me to understand the option D, what does it means and why caching will stopped?
Question. What are three causes if Dispatcher stopped updating cache files in the cache directory on
the Webserver? (Choose three).
A. The request to the page in question contain query string parameters.
B. The request to the page in question has authorization headers and dispatcher.any does not contain \\allowAuthorized.
C. Dispatcher Flush agent is disabled on publish instance.
D. The request URI of the page in question should always start with /content.
For option D , I think they have considered that Dispatcher is configured by default settings , so the docroot wont match if the URL is not starting with /content , Although if the path exist Sling would resolve it directly from Publish, but dispatcher wont be able to cache. Thats my guess though.
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