Solving a Common Problem with AEM and Windows Services

    January 31, 2017 10:19 AM by Scott Ross

    You decided to take the plunge and invested in a full stack AEM development environment.  To keep things compact, AEM author, publisher, and dispatcher are installed on a single server.  Because you care, you have taken the extra time to set AEM to run as Windows services. 

     

    Great job.

     

    Everything is working as expected.  Development workflow has improved and best of all your team can finally test client libraries and caching behaviour in a real world setting.

     

    But something isn’t quite right. One day, after restarting the AEM Author service you get an error message that looks like this:

     

     

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    AEM Security User Onboarding Decisions (Part II)

    December 6, 2016 9:19 AM by Frank Preston

    Configuring The Authentication and Directory Models

     

    As we had shown in our previous blog entry, making the decisions on who we want to share protected documents with is critical in understanding how we need to configure the Authentication and Directory Models.

     

    AEM allows us to setup multiple or single Domains. In the context of AEM a Domain is any environment that we connect with to gather user information and perform authentication.

     

     

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    AEM Security User Onboarding Decisions

    November 29, 2016 3:22 PM by Frank Preston

    AEM Security is used in a wide variety of scenarios. You may be distributing coupons where you want to restrict the ability to print the coupon and given the distribution, you may want to use Anonymous Policies. You could be a manufacturing company and want to protect you intellectual property where only internal authorized staff can access the material. Or you’re organization is a bank and you have a need to control internal access but you also want to allow your clients to access their own documents in a secure manner.

     

     

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    That’s a wrap: A cost-effective alternative to replacing your legacy system (Part II)

    November 14, 2016 2:12 PM by 4Point

    To continue discussing the Adobe AEM wrapper let's take a "technology view" on the problem.

    The AEM wrapper approach involves three elements:

    • An AEM Forms or AEM Sites user interface, which supports desktop, tablet and mobile devices
    • An AEM web service-based middleware layer that serves data as well as business rules
    • An application programming interface (API) that allows the legacy system to communicate with the Web using TCP/IP

     

     

     

     

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    That’s a wrap: A cost-effective alternative to replacing your legacy system

    November 2, 2016 11:05 AM by 4Point

    With all the recent advances in technology, we may discount the value of our legacy systems. Based on old technology, these systems are considered incapable of meeting today’s business needs, and many argue they should be replaced. In some cases, that’s true. Most of the time, however, it’s possible to get much more out of an existing legacy system—and yet provide richer, more effective experiences for your users.

     

     

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