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This blog is intended for software system engineers, architects and managers or people generally interested in development, testing and integration of software systems. It is part of profiq’s community effort that has the objective of sharing knowledge and ideas about software system integration, testing and development. In addition to this technical content, we share updates about life at profiq.

How to run Liferay with EnterpriseDB’s PPAS as WCM

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

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 […]

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How to run Engine Yard Local in CentOS 6.5

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

Engine 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 […]

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Liferay multi-tenant topology using Portal Instances with Amazon S3

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

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 […]

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How to run Sencha.io examples

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

Although deploying and executing Sencha.io examples should be a basic operation, I faced some difficulties, when setting them up according to the existing documentation. There is a couple of details that I had to do in addition to complete the process successfully. Hence, I decided to summarize my findings in this articles. I hope, they […]

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Document versioning in Liferay and Amazon S3

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

Liferay Portal is an enterprise collaboration platform with document management system. It supports multiple users to have access to the same files. Making a mistake, while editing a file represents a risk for all the users. What if someone deletes an important part of a text? Is it definitely lost? No, it isn’t. We can […]

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How to reuse existing Amazon S3 structure in Liferay

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

I described the way how to migrate data from Liferay out to Amazon S3 in a previous article. This article is about the opposite case. Are you using file storage solution with Amazon S3 and want to import documents to Liferay? Is it possible to move existing files and folders from Amazon S3 to Liferay […]

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Setup Amazon S3 to Liferay with data migration

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

We slightly introduced Amazon S3 and its basic integration with a clean Liferay installation in a previous article. What should you do, if you have already uploaded files in Liferay and you want to move them from local storage to Amazon S3? Files that are uploaded to Liferay’s local storage will become inaccessible, if you […]

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Introducing Liferay and Amazon S3

Posted 9 years ago by janhaj

As cloud computing is a popular buzz word these days, I thought about setting up Liferay with cloud storage services such as Amazon S3. Liferay has built-in capability to integrate with Amazon S3 for some time, I’m providing a particular example how to get it running quickly so anyone can explore it’s capabilities.

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