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Stephane Biehler

Documentum story – HA configuration best practice

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We went to a performance issue and some failed failover regarding the content server and the JMS. Thus we asked EMC for recommendations and it seems that the configuration can be slightly different than the official documentation. Here are the steps for the High Availability configuration for the content server and JMS. At this point you must already have a Primary Content Server (CS1) with its own JMS (JMS1) and a Remote Content Server (CS2)…

 
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Arnaud Berbier

Documentum story – Disable FIPS-140 on a CS 7.2 P05 in order to connect to a 6.7 SP2 repository

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In this blog and for a customer’s requirement (Data Migration), I had to temporarily disable the FIPS on a Content Server 7.2 P05 in order to connect to a repository 6.7 SP2. In fact after adding the 6.7 repository to the docbroker projection list of the CS 7.2, the customer was not able to login and had the following error message: [dmadmin@content_server_01 ~]$ idql repo67 Please enter a user (dmadmin): aberbier Please enter password for…

 
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Matthieu Munch

QlikView – Load data in QlikView / QlikSence – Best practice and trick

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In this blog, I will give you some best practices and tricks when you are loading table to generate your data. But before, I will review the different ways to load data in a QlikView or QlikSense report. 1.How to retrieve data in QlikView You have 2 different possibilities to load your data in your report: Database connector File connector a) Database connector: If your data are located in a database, you must use this…

 
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Matthieu Munch

QlikSense – The easy way to create a QlikView report

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Today, one of the most used Business Intelligence products is undoubtedly QlikView. This Swedish product is one of the best positioned in the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms matrix and has been for a number of years. To make Business Intelligence even more accessible to Business users, the Qlik Company decided to add an additional product in its range. This product should be more accessible and easier to use to create…

 
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Matthieu Munch

Birst: an attractive “all-in-one” Business Intelligence solution

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The review of the Gartner Magic Quadrant for Business Intelligence and Analytics Platforms has revealed a new challenger that could become one of the leader of this market: Birst – an interesting “all-in-one” BI solution. Birst is an american company based in the Silicon Valley near San Francisco. Its SaaS (Software as a Service) BI solution mixes simplicity and power. Just a little reminder before going forward: a complete Business Intelligence solution has two kind…

 
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