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LiveCycle – Application Server Clustering Verification

When running Adobe LiveCycle in cluster mode, it is important to verify that the cluster is configured and started successfully. LiveCycle deployment has has two clustering layers Application Server Clustering LiveCycle Clustering LiveCycle runs on J2EE stack. J2EE level clustering should … Continue reading

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LiveCycle Cluster Verification

On top of J2EE clustering, LiveCycle is clustered using Gemfire Distributed Cache. In cluster deployments, it is important that all the members of a LiveCycle cluster are able to find each other so that they can keep their individual caches … Continue reading

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LiveCycle Cluster – TCP based JBoss Clustering

Adobe LiveCycle comes with pre-configured JBoss (Community Edition only) . The preconfigured JBoss has both standalone and cluster-enabled configurations. All cluster-enabled configurations are based on UDP by default. Various enterprise organizations have very restrictive network policy and don’t allow multicasting … Continue reading

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How to Ensure that TCP Locators are Using Correct Version of Gemfire Used by LiveCycle ES2 Cluster

LiveCycle uses Gemfire technology provided by GemStone systems (now VMware) for maintaining the cluster cache. LiveCycle can be configured to use either multicast (UDP) based caching mechanism or TCP caching mechanism using TCP locators. TCP locators are recommended for production … Continue reading

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How to Avoid LiveCycle Content Services Cluster Deployment Problem When Content Store is on a Shared Drive

LiveCycle Content Services is based on the Alfresco Content Management system. For a successful installation of LC Content Services in a cluster, you need to have a shared location for content storage. All nodes of a cluster should be able … Continue reading

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