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Auhtenticating Sencha Web Application Manager wia ForgeRock’s OpenDJ

SeaFile Storage authentication via ForgeRock OpenDJ

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VoLTE in the news!!

T-Mobile Czech Republic started testing VoLTE technology, that is IP telephony over LTE. A nice article was published about it in the Czech news (see [1] for an English summary). VoLTE should be generally available for customers from January!

How to run Liferay with EnterpriseDB’s PPAS as WCM

27/02/2014 1 comment

In case you are evaluating a database for your project(s), you might come across an EnterpriseDB’s Postgres Plus Advanced Server (PPAS). This database is part of an EnterpriseDB (EDB) offering, which is a company providing optimizations, support, performance and security additions and tools (such as Oracle compatibility) for Postgres SQL database.

Lately I had a need to use a database for my Liferay portal other than the one that is bundled within Liferay installation, so I have picked up EnterpriseDB’s PPAS. Read more…

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How to run Engine Yard Local in CentOS 6.5

30/01/2014 Leave a comment

PrintEngine Yard is a platform as a service (PaaS) company that focuses on deployment and management of Ruby on Rails, PHP and Node.js servers in order to provide to customer a quick and simple way to deploy applications. They provide also a local version of Ruby on Rails server on Gentoo Linux so anyone can test how it works. I wanted to run the Engine Yard Local on CentOS 6.5 to test sample a Ruby application without the use of cloud services but I have faced some difficulties during deployment that I’ve been able to resolve and wanted to share it with you. This article shows all the steps to run Engine Yard Local on fresh install of CentOS 6.5 that I used for deployment. Read more…

OpenAM privileges delegation

Recently, I have been exploring administration delegation feature of OpenAM 11 and given that i didn’t find any detailed information about this topic, I decided to write down this blog.  This article is based on existing OpenAM documentation( ) and my investigations of this area.

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Liferay multi-tenant topology using Portal Instances with Amazon S3

30/09/2013 1 comment

Liferay supports multi-tenant configurations via multiple portal instances in a single web container. What is the Portal instance? It is a Liferay’s feature which allows you to have two or more separated user spaces under one physical installation. It simplifies the deployment and administration. Liferay also provides a Properties Override capability to override default properties file so each Portal Instance can have it’s own properties file. As you might know, settings for Documents and Media are put in properties file.

In this article we will look at options to setup multi-tenant deployment (using Portal Instances) for document management system with repository at Amazon S3 and Read more…

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