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Morgan Patou

Solr Sharding – Concepts & Methods

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A few weeks ago, I published a series of blog on the Alfresco Clustering, including Solr Sharding. At that time, I planned to first explain what is really the Solr Sharding, what are the different concepts and methods around it. Unfortunately, I didn’t get the time to write this blog so I had to post the one related to Solr even before explaining the basics. Today, I’m here to rights my wrong! Obviously, this blog…

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Morgan Patou

Documentum – Large documents in xPlore indexing

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Documentum is using xPlore for the Full Text indexing/search processes. If you aren’t very familiar with how xPlore is working, you might want to know how it is possible to index large documents or you might be confused about some documents not being indexed (and therefore not searchable). In this blog, I will try to explain how xPlore can be configured to be able to index these big documents without causing too much trouble because…

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Morgan Patou

Documentum – Encryption/Decryption of WebTop 6.8 passwords ‘REJECTED’ with recent JDK

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Recently, we had a project to modernize a little bit a pretty old Documentum installation. As part of this project, there were a refresh of the Application Server hosting a WebTop 6.8. In this blog, I will be talking about an issue that we faced in encryption & decryption of passwords in the refresh environment. This new environment was using WebLogic 12.1.3 with the latest PSU in conjunction with the JDK 1.8u192. Since WebTop 6.8…

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco – Share Clustering fail with ‘Ignored XML validation warning’

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In a recent project on Alfresco, I had to setup a Clustering environment. It all went smoothly but I did face one single issue with the setup of the Clustering on the Alfresco Share layer. That’s something I never faced before and you will understand why below. Initially, to setup the Alfresco Share Clustering, I used the sample file packaged in the distribution zip (E.g.: alfresco-content-services-distribution-6.1.0.5.zip): <?xml version=’1.0′ encoding=’UTF-8′?> <beans xmlns=”http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans” xmlns:xsi=”http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance” xmlns:hz=”http://www.hazelcast.com/schema/spring” xsi:schemaLocation=”http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans http://www.springframework.org/schema/beans/spring-beans-2.5.xsd…

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Pierre-Yves Brehier

Feedback on the EMEA Red Hat Partner Conference 2019 in Prague

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A few weeks ago I attended the Red Hat EMEA Partner Conference for the first time. The Red Hat Conference took place in Prague from June 25th to 27th. If you are interested in Open Source technologies and in Red Hat, feel free to read this personal feedback on trends at Red Hat and in the IT sector.

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Clustering – Solr6

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In previous blogs, I talked about some basis and presented some possible architectures for Alfresco, I talked about the Clustering setup for the Alfresco Repository, the Alfresco Share and for ActiveMQ. I also setup an Apache HTTPD as a Load Balancer. In this one, I will talk about the last layer that I wanted to present, which is Solr and more particularly Solr6 (Alfresco Search Services) Sharding. I planned on writing a blog related to…

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Clustering – Apache HTTPD as Load Balancer

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In previous blogs, I talked about some basis and presented some possible architectures for Alfresco, I talked about the Clustering setup for the Alfresco Repository, the Alfresco Share and for ActiveMQ. In this one, I will talk about the Front-end layer, but in a very particular setup because it will also act as a Load Balancer. For an Alfresco solution, you can choose the front-end that you prefer and it can just act as a…

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Clustering – ActiveMQ

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In previous blogs, I talked about some basis and presented some possible architectures for Alfresco, I talked about the Clustering setup for the Alfresco Repository and the Alfresco Share. In this one, I will work on the ActiveMQ layer. I recently posted something related to the setup of ActiveMQ and some initial configuration. I will therefore extend this topic in this blog with what needs to be done to have a simple Cluster for ActiveMQ….

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Morgan Patou

Alfresco Clustering – Share

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In previous blogs, I talked about some basis and presented some possible architectures for Alfresco and I talked about the Clustering setup for the Alfresco Repository. In this one, I will work on the Alfresco Share layer. Therefore, if you are using another client like a CMIS/REST client or an ADF Application, it won’t work that way, but you might or might not need Clustering at that layer, it depends how the Application is working….

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Stephane Biehler

Java JDK12: JEP 325: Switch Expressions

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Eclipse setup In order to test Java JDK12 you will have to download Eclipse 4.11 at least. Then download JDK12 from Oracle’s web site. And configure Eclipse to use this JDK for the project. Also download the JDK12 support with the following repository link: https://download.eclipse.org/eclipse/updates/4.11-P-builds Edit the projects properties to use the “Java Compiler” compliance 12. And “Enable preview features” set to TRUE. Now you should be able to run JDK12 examples. Here a link…

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