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QlikView Tips & Tricks – part II

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In a previous blog entry, I started to share some Tips & Tricks about the installation and configuration of some QlikView components/software. I will try to complete this list with some other interesting things to know. On this blog entry, I will try to explain how to enable the Task Performance Summary, to debug or at least enable the Communication with Salesforce and how to install the QlikView Management Console Connector (QlikView Management API). For…

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Morgan Patou

QlikView Tips & Tricks – part I

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For several months now, I’ve been working on some QlikView projects which is a quite interesting discovery for me. Generally, these projects are limited to the management of QlikView at the administrator level (installation, upgrade, configuration of the QlikView Management Console, aso…) but I was still able to accumulate some knowledge that I want to share with you today. In this blog entry, I will try to explain how to debug the QlikView Offline Service,…

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Morgan Patou

Exception from executeScript in Alfresco Share

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I didn’t have the opportunity to post a new entry about Alfresco in this blog for a long time now, so I will fix this! In this blog entry, I will talk about a bug I encountered a few months ago. I resolved it but I, so far, not had the time to share my knowledge with you. I. Description of the issue This bug appears no matter what the version of Alfresco is used,…

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Summit 2014 – Conferences, Day 2 – Best Practices & Monitoring

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As I said in my last blog, the Alfresco Summit 2014 took place in London from October 7 to 9. So yeah, unfortunately yesterday was the last day of this amazing event. It’s the first time I had the chance to participate in an Alfresco Summit but I’m quite sure it will not be the last! I can’t tell what moment I preferred during this event because the Keynote (presentation of Alfresco One 5.0) was very…

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Summit 2014 – Conferences, Day 1 – Status & New version!

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Today, I have the chance to be in London for the amazing Alfresco Summit 2014 (7-9 October 2014)! Two weeks ago, the Alfresco Summit took place in San Francisco but unfortunately I wasn’t available at that time. This year, the Alfresco Summit in London is a three day event: the first day is, as often, a training day with a complete day course and the two other days are composed of conferences (General, Business, Technical…

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Kerberos SSO with Liferay 6.1

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In my previous blog, I described the process to install a Kerberos Client and how to Kerberized Alfresco. In this blog, I will continue in the same way and present another application that could be configured to use the Kerberos MIT KDC: Liferay. Liferay is a very popular and a leader in Open Source solution for enterprise web platform (Intranet/Extranet/Internet web sites). Liferay could be bundled with several application servers like Tomcat, JBoss, Glassfish, but…

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Morgan Patou

Configure a Kerberos Client and Alfresco as a Kerberized application

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In the previous blog, I described How to install and manage a Kerberos Server but that’s useless if there are no clients and if no application have been kerberized! That’s why in this blog I will explain in the first part how to install a kerberos client in linux. The second part will be dedicated to the configuration of a browser to use Kerberos tickets and the last part will explain how to configure a…

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How to install and manage a Kerberos Server

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For some time now, I have been working on how to set up a Single Sign-On (SSO) solution in my company. As a big fan of Open Source solutions, I have obviously proposed the implementation of a solution based on Kerberos. What I mean by that is a solution based on the true Kerberos, i. e. MIT Kerberos. Indeed, Kerberos was originally a research project at the Massachusetts Institute for Technology (MIT) in the early…

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Morgan Patou

Kerberos SSO with Documentum D2 3.1 SP1

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Last week, when I was working on how to setup the Kerberos SSO for D2 3.1 SP1, I faced some issues due to a documentation that doesn’t seem to be up to date… In fact, our version is D2 3.1 SP1 and there is no specific documentation for SP1. In consequence, I read the D2 3.1 Installation Guide and the D2 4.0 Installation Guide. The first time I read the D2 3.1 documentation, I found…

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Morgan Patou

Developing an archive action for Alfresco Share (2 of 2)

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In my last article, I presented the first part of setting up a new action for Alfresco Share, which is an archive action. I advise you to read the first part if you have not read it yet since it is a prerequisite for the proper functioning of the action: Developping an archive action for Alfresco Share (1 of 2). The purpose of this part is to extend the user interface with the creation of an…

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