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Suddenly, when restarting Liferay, the ROOT webapp was not anymore the first one that got started (it was the 4th or 5th). Because of this, all the portlets that make use of Liferay’s main services did not start correctly also. These portlets were started before ROOT.

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During my experience with Liferay Portal I had this problem several times. When uploading a portlet (new or a new version of an existing one) Liferay says the following: Copying 1 file.. Copying 1 file.. ……. ………war copied successfully. Deployment will start in a few seconds. and then nothing happens.

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Hi there, As my journey with Liferay continues I thought it would be a good idea to write down some.. let’s say, miscellaneous stuff that were apparently trivial, but turned out to consume much more time than expected. So, there is one for today (actually happened last week) and I will keep updating this blog […]

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This is an issue that I have tried to find answers on the internet because it is a big problem that I had. So the problem is in Liferay Portlet development. When you work on the JSP files, make minor modifications and want to upload them into Liferay to see them. To be recompiled

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I’ve seen this problem around from the first versions of Apache Jackrabbit. The problem is straightforward and just. If you perform a WebDAV Lock command on an item in Jackrabbit the resulting lock token is available only in that command’s session. In other words, if you do not save the lock token that is provided […]

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Two weeks ago I preferred the sleeping wagon of CFR instead of the driver seat of my car so I could travel to Bucharest where the AI-MAS Winter Olympics event took place and where Ropardo was one of the invitees. The reason I’m writing this so late is because just yesterday I came back from […]

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Version 1.6.5 of File Tracking Client was released containing bug fixes that are meant to smooth up the whole application. First of all the windows and dialogs were fixed so if they are rescaled, all their inner components change their size correspondingly. This creates a smooth look and feel on both Windows and Linux platforms […]

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The Linux version of our File Tracking Client application is now available for download from the project’s website or from its SourceForge repository. So, now there are three application downloads available: A Demo version for Windows platform A Demo version for Linux platform The production version that runs both on Windows and Linux (This requires […]

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After several months of development the Document Data-Tracking Client was released last week. It is an open-source desktop client application for the TraSer server and it is build upon the GUI4j framework. Also, it is available for download on Source Forge.

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