Category Archives: Experience Services

ADEP Experience Services

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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Integrating twitter4j and CQ/WEM

Sometimes on a project you know that you just have to write a blogpost, because you struggled too long with an issue to get it resolved. The goal : We wanted to use the twitter4j api inside on our Java-classes … 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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Configuring WEM to Use a Shared Datastore

If you use the “shared nothing” deployment model, each instance of the WEM content repository has it’s own set of data that is duplicated across all instances. The data storage is divided into three sections, Workspace Store, Journal and Data … 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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Configuring LiveCycle/ADEP for Profiling by YourKit

The YourKit Java Profiler has become the Java profiler of choice within many of Adobe’s ADEP engineering groups. Once it is downloaded, installed and configured, it is just a matter of editing the startup scripts of the J2EE appserver (Document … 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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A Predictor for CRX Performance

CRX, Adobe’s new Java Content Repository (JCR) is used as the persistence mechanism in ADEP Experience Services. By default, it is a file-based, hierarchical repository using what is called the Tar Persistence Manager (TarPM). More information is available here. A … Continue reading

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Evaluate Data Services for Java EE version 4.6 and provide feedback

I want to share some updates on what’s happening with LiveCycle Data Services. The next major release of Data Services following LiveCycle Data Services 3.1 is called ADEP Data Services for Java EE 4.6. The version number is aligned with … Continue reading

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Troubleshooting Experience Server – Logging

During development we sometime face issues where system/application does not work in expected way. And then we need some help from the system to troubleshoot the issue. Hallmark of a good system/framework is how it helps a developer to nail … Continue reading

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