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Rights Management – How to Get Windows 7 to Trust a Self-Signed Server Certificate

During the proof-of-concept, development, and testing phases of a LiveCycle Rights Management project, HTTP over SSL is usually configured with self-signed server certificates. ¬†For instructions on configuring your appserver with such a certificate, see this and this. When you try … 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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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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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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Managing Rights Management Event Data

By default, Rights Management logs data related to all events (Document, Policy, User, Policy Set and System events). You can customize that behavior in the AdminUI. See below: In a heavily used system, these events can come to occupy a … Continue reading

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Configuring the JDK for Rights Management Encryption Using AES 256-bit Keys

The default length of the Advanced Encryption Standard (AES) key used to encrypt the contents of a document to which a Rights Management policy is applied is 128 bits. To use a key that is 256 bits, you have to … 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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WEM – PowerShell Script to Edit Multiple Apache conf Files

A typical Web Experience Management (WEM, formerly CQ5) solution deployment involves the Apache HTTP Server as a load-balancer as well as a caching proxy for the “publish” instance(s). Configuration is typically spread across multiple configuration files, in addition to the … Continue reading

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How to Avoid Missing xfasubset.js Error in ADEP Forms

If you try to render an XFA form as HTML, chances are that you will encounter the following error: ERROR [com.adobe.livecycle.formsservice.exception.FormServerException] (http-0.0.0.0-8080-97) ALC-FRM-001-006: URI not found: /scripts/xfasubset.js Cause: \scripts\xfasubset.js (The system cannot find the path specified) xfasubset.js is a BLOB … Continue reading

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