Adobe Experience Manager
After updating the local SDK and modifying the
> of the
pom.xml at the root of the project, you may experience issues with the pipeline.
During the build image step, the pipeline fails.
In the build logs, messages similar to
] are present.
] , the
] checks if all OSGI bundles have their Import-Package declarations satisfied by the Export-package declaration of other included bundles in the Maven project.
To troubleshoot, see if the bundle providing the package is included in the deployment. Alternatively, look at the manifest of the bundle that you would expect to be exporting to determine if the wrong name or wrong version was used.
However, in your case, the most plausible explanation for this could be that your AEM instance is still running the slightly outdated version
cq.wcm.core.components bundle, which is exporting an older version of
But since the
aem-sdk-api version has been updated in the code-base to a newer version, it references a newer version of those packages.
In order to fix this issue, downgrade
aem-sdk-apito a previous version.
For more information, refer to AEM as a Cloud Service SDK Build Analyzer Maven Plugin.