Category Archives: ADEP

Adobe Digital Enterprise Platform (ADEP) for Customer Experience Management (CEM)

Using the i18n Translator

This week a colleague of mine showed me the default i18n translation functionality of CQ5.4 which I wasn’t aware of. And I don’t want to keep this one for myself. It is available via this url : http://localhost:4502/libs/cq/i18n/translator.html (change host … Continue reading

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Beyond String – @TypeHint to the Rescue

Based on some questions from a partner I had to investigate whether it was possible to store values for widgets you define as part of your CQ5 custom component as something else than String. Guess what…. it’s possible (not that … Continue reading

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Extended Authentication Scenarios

This blog describes the following scenarios with respect to customizing the Extended Authentication workflow for Rights Management, in Acrobat 10.1.1: Enabling Extended Authentication with the default ADEP Landing URL Enabling Extended Authentication with the Custom Landing URL Default Extended authentication … Continue reading

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Dynamic Routing of “Thank You” Pages

In CQ you have the form functionality available that allows you to create a form on a page, for each form you can specify a “thank you” page that will be displayed when the form is submitted. In this blogpost … Continue reading

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LiveCycle Business Update

On November 9th Adobe announced our focus on Digital Marketing and Digital Media.   In a recent blog post, our CEO Shantanu Narayen described Adobe’s transformation and plan to focus in these two areas.  I would like to provide some additional … 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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How to Rotate the TarJournal in Shared Nothing Clustering

Problem: Your tar journal is growing and consuming a lot of space. Solution: If you are using shared clustering, Please see this. For ‘Shared Nothing’ Clustering, you need the following configuration (If you want rotation to happen after every 24 … 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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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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