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Installing Liferay 6.2 Enterprise Edition on Websphere 8.0

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Preparing Websphere for Liferay When the application server binaries have been installed, start the Websphere application server (WAS) Profile Management Tool to create a profile appropriate for Liferay and follow the instructions as described here in the official Liferay documentation. The instructions are for installing Liferay 6.2 on Websphere 8.5, but I have installed it on Websphere 8.0 successfully following ...

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Writing Just Enough Documentation

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One of the misconception that is often associated with agile software development is that agile teams won’t write any technical documentation. I assume that this misconception is so common because the agile manifesto states that we should value working software over comprehensive documentation. Also, since some of us have experience from writing long technical documents that are not read or ...

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Retry-After HTTP header in practice

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Retry-After is a lesser known HTTP response header. Let me quote relevant part of RFC 2616 (HTTP 1.1 spec): 14.37 Retry-After The Retry-After response-header field can be used with a 503 (Service Unavailable) response to indicate how long the service is expected to be unavailable to the requesting client. This field MAY also be used with any 3xx (Redirection) response ...

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Continuous Integration, Delivery, Deployment and Maturity Model

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Continuous Integration, Continuous Deployment, and Continuous Delivery are all related to each other, and feed into each other. Several articles have been written on these terms. This blog will attempt to explain these terms in an easy-to-understand manner. What is Continuous Integration? Continuous Integration (CI) is a software practice that require developers to commit their code to the main workspace, ...

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NoSQL with Hibernate OGM – Part two: Querying for your data

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After the first final version of Hibernate OGM came out end of January the team has been busy crafting a series of tutorial-style blogs which give you the chance to start over easily with Hibernate OGM. The fist part was all about getting setup and persisting your first entity. In this second part you’re going to learn how to query ...

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I hate bugs (A rant)

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Rant on. In software terms quality does not mean walnut dashboards, it does not mean gold plating, it does not mean polishing to perfection. These things may happen in a development team but they should not. However you define quality for a piece of software I bet it has no place for “bugs.” In fact, I bet anyone who has ...

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Stress testing the OIM web (UI) layer

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The default configuration in Oracle IDM reserves 20 threads dedicated for serving front end (UI) requests. This basically means that the application server has a pool of 20 threads which it can utilize to serve users who are accessing OIM via the web console (/identity or /sysadmin). In case of Weblogic, this is how it is configured:       ...

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Beginner’s Guide to Hazelcast Part 6

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This is the sixth post in a series of posts about Hazelcast.  If one has not read the last five, please go to the table of contents post I have created to catch up. Native Clients After the last post I decided that I am going to go native.  Yep, I am going to demonstrate Hazelcast’s own Java client.  Java ...

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Fault Tolerance in Go

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In distributed systems, failure is inevitable. Eventually, some service will become bogged down and consequently won’t respond quickly enough or, worse, a service will simply die. Services relying on a degraded (or dead!) service will naturally become affected and potentially cascade instability throughout the system, unless all services are properly built with isolation and in mind. Netflix experienced the vexation ...

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