Category Archives: Customer Experience Solutions

ADEP Customer Experience Solutions, formerly called “Solution Accelerators”

Developer’s FAQ on CQ5.5

As you are aware the new cq5.5 has been released and below blog is reference to solutions of most frequently asked questions. Upgrade Path Paths for moving from an older version of CQ to CQ 5.5 is available at http://dev.day.com/docs/en/cq/current/deploying/upgrading.html API … Continue reading

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ADEP/LiveCycle v10 SP1 Now Available

I’m pleased to announce that the first service pack for ADEP/LiveCycle v10 is now available. It is made up of two parts; Document Services SP1 for the LiveCycle Modules (Forms, Output, Reader Extensions, Process management …) and Experience Services SP1 … Continue reading

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Protocol to Configure a Basic “Shared-Nothing” Experience Server Cluster

In the ADEP release, the Experience Server “Quickstarts” come with a Java Content Repository (JCR) called CRX. This is horizontally scalable by clustering multiple nodes and putting a load balancer in the front. TERMINOLOGY ———– You can have a farm … Continue reading

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Various Index files in CQ / WEM (CQ5.4)

> /repository/repository/index Lucene Search Index for jcr:system (includes jcr:versionStorage) > /repository/workspace/crx.default/index Lucene Search Index for crx.default workspace > /repository/workspace/crx.default/index*.tar Tar PM Index for crx.default workspace > /version/index Tar PM Index for version workspace > /tarJournal/index*.tar Tar PM Index for the … Continue reading

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Export CQ5.4/WEM Reports to Comma Separated Values (CSV)

The new Reporting Framework in CQ5.4 allows to generate customized reports on all available information. Example to help you monitor and analyze the state of your instance, CQ provides a selection of default reports, which can be configured for your … Continue reading

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Bringing Geo-Location to Web Experience Management

Written by Lars Trieloff An undisputed goal of Web Experience Management is the ability to provide meaningful experiences to web site visitors. The definition of “meaningful” is closely related to the context the vistor is operating in. With CQ5’s ClickstreamCloud, marketers and … Continue reading

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MAX 2011 Sessions With a LiveCycle or ADEP Flavor

Adobe has posted videos of many of the sessions at MAX 2011 (Oct 2-5, 2011 in Los Angeles) to Adobe TV. Those with a strong LiveCycle or ADEP flavor are listed below: 1) The Experience Architecture by Craig Randall and … Continue reading

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WEM – PowerShell Script to Edit Multiple Apache conf Files

A typical Web Experience Management (WEM, formerly CQ5) solution deployment involves the Apache HTTP Server as a load-balancer as well as a caching proxy for the “publish” instance(s). Configuration is typically spread across multiple configuration files, in addition to the … Continue reading

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ICR: Adding Custom Asset Attributes

Integrated Content Review lets you define custom asset attributes that are listed in the solution interface Asset Details pod as well as the Task Details area in the Adobe Creative Suite Task List Extension for ICR. In this blog post, we’ll … Continue reading

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Changing Skins and Styles of ICR UX Components

The look and feel of a UX component in the Integrated Content Review (ICR) solution can be customized to suit your business needs. You can choose to apply specific formatting and coloring styles, or even change the skin of the component. … Continue reading

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