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Why exposing administrative interfaces is a bad idea — Via Documentum in a (nuts)HELL

After Alvaro’s blogpost I wanted to write something like: “Hey, you have missed something: you can create c6_method_return object, execute D2GetAdminTicketMethod, get encrypted admin’s ticket and use it as a password  […] via Why exposing administrative interfaces is a bad … Continue reading

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D2-Config DQL Editor — Via Alvaro de Andres’ Blog

D2-Config (at least in D2 4.5) has a servlet (/GetData) that is used internally to run DQLs. I though when I saw it that, in the same way the REST query service is limited to run read queries, this won’t … Continue reading

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The Value of a Business Analyst in your AEM Implementation

Source: The Value of a Business Analyst in your AEM Implementation A very useful post about one of the most important role in a Adobe AEM complex project.

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ESA-2014-023: EMC Documentum JBOSS Remote Code Execution Vulnerability

Today EMC published two security bulletins. The first one, the ESA-2014-026, is a vulnerability I discovered. The second one is related to a standard Jboss vulnerability. Jboss is used for some Documentum component like Documentum Java Method Server and xPlore. Below … Continue reading

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What’s New in EMC Documentum xCP 2.1, D2 4.2 and more

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Feature story about EMC Momentum Developer Conference 2013

My feature story about the EMC Momentum Developer Conference 2013 has been published today, from page 59 to page 65, on IGED the most important document and process management magazine in Italian language. Click on the image below to read … Continue reading

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Sign out from a EMC Documentum xCP 2.0 Application

My company, Next 2U Consulting, released one of the firsts xCP 2.0 application for an Italian customer. One of the requirements was to implement “a custom action to sign out from a xCP 2.0 application because the standard User Session Control widget … Continue reading

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Things and numbers from the EMC IIG Q4 2011 earnings release

Last week, EMC announced and published his Q4 2011 earning. I am interested on IIG (Information Intelligence Group) numbers: let’s see the year over year earning (data in thousands US$) : From the earnings call transcript the board reported that: (…) … Continue reading

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What’s new in Documentum Content Server 6.7 Sp1 (and xPlore)

1) Thesaurus support xPlore 1.2 (released with Documentum 6.7 Sp1) now support thesaurus. Administrators can import a thesaurus in SKOS format in the xPlore Administrator. As defined by Wikipedia, Simple Knowledge Organization System (SKOS) is a family of formal languages designed for representation … Continue reading

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The ECM Market as viewed by Gartner

The $3.9 billion ECM market is consolidating with just five vendors competing globally: EMC, (market share 12%) IBM, (market share 20%) Microsoft, OpenText Oracle And many niche players that are increasing their market share. It is interesting to note that … Continue reading

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