Category Archives: ADEP

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

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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Configuring a Custom Location For The WEM Repository

When you install the CQ quickstart, or the ADEP Solutions Quickstart, the repository file structure (and initial repository contents) is created by default under drive:\quickstart installation directory\crx-quickstart\repository\ You can override this behaviour and have the repository created in a custom … Continue reading

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LiveCycle Category Management – Category Deletion

Scenario Described: I recently worked on an escalation where customer was not able to remove “samples” category using LiveCycle Admin UI -> Services > Applications and Services > Category Management. Error message was: ALC-DSC-115-000: com.adobe.idp.dsc.registry.EndpointCategoryInUseException: Cannot delete Samples endpoint category … Continue reading

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Debugging Form Rendering Issues Related to XMLForm Native Process

Scenario: Often times we run into situations where form rendering or flattening (via Forms Service or Output Service) fails and server log shows a high level error message like – —— <Error> <com.adobe.formServer.PA.XMLFormAgentWrapper> <BEA-000000> <ALC-OUT-002-004: Unable to find service: XMLFormService, … 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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What Happens When You Click on WEM / CQ Quickstart JAR File for the First Time (till CQ5.4)

1. The Quickstart is unpacked to the /crx-quickstart directory 2. CQSE is started (this can be accessed using host:port/admin) 3. CQSE starts the CRX webapp (this can be accessed using host:port/crx) 4. The CRX webapp starts the repository 5. During … Continue reading

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List of Quick Fixes for LiveCycle and ADEP Document Services

We have list of all patches issued for LiveCycle and ADEP Document services.  This is a good way to check if you have bumped into a known issue.  If you find one that seems to match your issue, please contact … Continue reading

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Some WEM Clustering Q&A

Assumption: The questions below assume that you are using CRX2.2 with Hotfix 2.2.0.36 or greater. Question: Where does the crx.xxx file get created? Answer: On a slave node when it is first joined to the cluster. And this is current … 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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JVM Adaptive Optimizations and their Effect on Performance Test Results

Modern JVMs perform many so-called ‘adaptive’ optimizations based on current workload. This means that performance test data for short tests (1 hr or less) tend to be unreliable as predictors for long-term application behavior. The solution consists of longer duration … Continue reading

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