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Simulating Data with the Splunk Event Generator

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Simulating Data with the Splunk Event Generator

While installing a new app to your Splunk search head can usually be considered a rather benign action, sometimes the introduction of a TA on your forwarders and indexers requires more attention.  This is commonly the case, especially if your production environment is guarded by change control.   The problem is that without the data generated

WebCenter Sites CSDT tip: Recommended Order of @ALL_ASSETS for Error-free Imports

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WebCenter Sites CSDT tip: Recommended Order of @ALL_ASSETS for Error-free Imports

As anyone who has worked with Oracle WebCenter Sites “Content Server Development Tools” (CSDT) already knows, the import process can get a little “tricky”, especially when trying to import “@ALL_ASSETS”. Regardless if you’re operating from the command line or via Eclipse’s CSDT plug-in, there are inevitable errors that occur because of the complexity of certain

Setting Up a Development Environment in Oracle WebCenter Sites

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Setting Up a Development Environment in Oracle WebCenter Sites

Function1 would like to take this opportunity to welcome Mike Field (co-author of this blog) to our Web Experience Management team.  Mike joins us from Metastratus Web Solutions and brings in-depth expertise in all aspects of Oracle WebCenter Sites.  Mike and I worked together on creating a development environment in Oracle WebCenter Sites for a

Security Hardening Open Source Projects

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Security Hardening Open Source Projects

A client recently had a stream of attacks on several of their online applications. Thanks to excellent monitoring, solid architecture and nice, clean installations, the attacks were easily rebuffed. Cheers to all involved. Just the same, the attacks gave me some insights on what a typical attack vector looks like to an online intruder. There

Oracle WebCenter Sites 11gR1: Displaying an Asset via a Template

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Oracle WebCenter Sites 11gR1: Displaying an Asset via a Template

Hello everyone! Welcome to a simple tutorial that will demonstrate, in Oracle WebCenter Sites 11gR1, how to create an Asset Definition for an asset called “Tutorial Press Release” and then display Press Release assets via a Template. First, let’s create the Flex Family for our tutorial content: Then, specify the external names for each member

I, for one, Welcome our new JavaScript Overlords

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I, for one, Welcome our new JavaScript Overlords

You are probably most familiar with JavaScript as that sometimes useful, often quirky, client-side scripting language used on websites to enhance user interfaces and enable dynamic content. Wikipedia describes JavaScript as “dynamic, weakly typed and has first-class functions … a multi-paradigm language, supporting object-oriented, imperative, and functional programming styles.” Fairly generic technical description there. Wikipedia

Ext GWT Basics

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Over the past couple months, I have had the opportunity to have somewhat of a crash course in Ext GWT while helping to develop Function1’s new product FormBuilder.  Thus, I thought it prudent to write about some of the basics of Ext GWT and pass on the knowledge. As you all may know, GWT (Google

When is a user not who they seem?

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The phone rings. It is your credit card company. They’ve had some ‘suspicious’ charges show up on your credit card, and would like you to verify them. However, they first need to confirm you are the credit card holder, so they ask you to verify the credit card number, the security code from the back

Cool Tools Part XVII: Heroku

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You know that we at Function1 can help you out with all of your Plumtree/AquaLogic/WebCenter needs. That’s not all we do though, and we hope to show you some of that on this blog. Recently, we were building an employee review site for a client. We made the decision to build it in Ruby on

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