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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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How to Ensure that JVM Arguments Required by LiveCycle Cluster are Picked up by JBoss

I came across an interesting customer situation recently where the IDP Scheduler Service was not starting in cluster mode. Please refer here to learn more on the IDP Scheduler service cluster mode. The customer was using a 2-node JBoss cluster … Continue reading

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Using IBM FileNet Connector with LiveCycle ES2

Here are couple of things we’ve found based on recent use cases from customers – IBM FileNet Connector Configuration: While configuring IBM FileNet Connector,  LC Admin documentation provides an option to use “IBM FileNet Repository Provider” as documented on http://help.adobe.com/en_US/livecycle/9.0/adminHelp/admin.htm?content=000087.html … Continue reading

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Fixing XStream ObjectAccessException in LiveCycle ES2 on WebLogic 10.x.x

Problem: If you encounter an exception of the form “com.thoughtworks.xstream.converters.reflection.ObjectAccessException” on Weblogic 10.x.x during LC ES2 operations; it’s due to JVM vendor name changes by Oracle in later releases (Oracle JRockit build R28.0.0) of JRockit. Oracle changed JVM vendor name … Continue reading

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