Posts by Author : tgugnani

This post shows the steps to configure Auto Suggest Feature on the Solr Search in Broadleaf Commerce Framework. If your Solr Configuration is embedded in the broadleaf framework instead of being an...
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Starting the solr server. You can cd to /path/to/solr-5.0.0/bin and execute the following command: ./solr -p 8983 -s /path/to/solr/home path/to/solr/home is the path where you store your ind...
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BroadLeaf DemoSite comes with a embedded Solr, which is basically to have the ease of demonstration. But Ideally you should be using a separate Solr Instance with your web application for obvious perf...
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SQL

Mar 11, 2016

tgugnani

mysql -h host.address.for.rds.server -u rdsusername -p rdsdatabase < backupfile.sql host.address.for.rds.server = this will be what is referred to as the "end point" in your RDS descripti...
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The reason this occurs is because bash actually expands the asterisk to every matching file, producing a very long command line. Solution find Path/to/source-folder/ -name '*.*' -exec mv {} Path/...
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Install AWS Command line Tool if you haven't already pip install awscli To have this command running, you must have Python installed in your system. Command to bulk upload a folder into a S3...
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This post give details on how you can host the opensource ecommerce framework Broadleaf Commerce on Amazon cloud hosting. Broadleaf is based on Spring and Hibernate. Following are the steps to depl...
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AWS

Dec 17, 2015

tgugnani

This post shows how you can configure Tomcat for JDBC Connection to MySQl through JNDI connection pooling. This post assumes that you have already created a site on Amazon Beanstalk and you have an...
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AWS

Dec 16, 2015

tgugnani

This post shows how to add a Amazon RDS MySQL instance to your Beanstalk Application. Adding new RDS Instance Login to your Amazon AWS console and navigate to Beanstalk Dashboard Select th...
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AWS

Dec 16, 2015

tgugnani

This post goes through the steps of creating a new Amazon Elastic Beanstalk Tomcat instance and once it is created we will SSH into it via Terminal. Step 1: Creating New Beanstalk Application...
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