My computer crashed and on restart my local instance was not working property (blank pages). Looking at the error.log there was
org.apache.sling.engine.impl.SlingHttpContext handleSecurity: AuthenticationSupport service missing. Cannot authenticate request.
After a quick look at the felix console and having seen all the bundles up and running I went to reading backwards the error.log. I saw that during the start-up Lucene was failing to start and therefore the repository was not initialized correctly.
I managed to have my local instace back to work by having CQ fully regenerate my Lucene indexes.
See How to check and repair search index inconsistencies (Completely rebuild the index)
By ~ Erebos via flickr
It seems there’s a bug into the CQ5.3 CRX. Sometimes if something fail in the package manager you get the “internal server error” message. It should be enough to open the crx explorer and delete the /etc/packages.
During these weeks I was too busy for contributing the weekly link. Here it is one for this week 🙂
Maven is good, but needs some love
…But Maven needs a proper and clean environment…
Functional Programming Concepts in JDK 7 | Javalobby
Kent Beck’s Test Driven Development Screencasts
Following the recommendations of Corey Haines, Michael Guterl, James Martin and Michael Hunger I decided to get Kent Beck’s screencasts on Test Driven Development which have been published by the Pragmatic Programmers.
Testing REST Web Services With JPA and Spring
REST Web Services can be particularly difficult to test, with the need for networking, a web container, multiple threads and transaction management creating extra complexity beyond your standard unit test. In this article I demonstrate patterns designed to address this complexity while enabling complete testing of your REST web service stack.
Oracle shuts down open source test servers
No One Nos: Learning to Say No to Bad Ideas
No. One word, a complete sentence. We all learned to say it around our first birthday, so why do we have such a hard time saying it now when it comes to our work?
Kick Ass Kickoff Meetings
Every meeting is an opportunity. Why waste your first one?
5 things you didn’t know about … Java Database Connectivity
JDBC is more than a background player in database connectivity. The more you know about it, the more efficient your RDBMS interactions will be.
Have you upgraded your Java 1.6_21 to Java 1.6_21?
Selenium 2/Web Driver – the land where Page Objects are king!
12 Things A Programmer Really Needs To Know
Spring Reading – Getting Started with Spring Framework
Just after installing eclipse from lenny repository, it crashed me up with the error JVM terminated. Exit code=127. After a bit of searching and watching at what a console execution told me, I tried execute eclipse from command line with a simple java -jar /usr/lib/eclipse/startup.jar. Well, in this way it starts up successfully without any problem. Then I tried again a startup from gnome menu and everything worked fine.
Now there is still the failing about integrated browser and the fact that eclipse shipped with lenny is the very obsolete 3.2.