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Member since: 29/06/2004

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eZ Comments vs. comments via eZ content model

Wednesday 23 March 2011 06:10

by Mavko Žmak - Žmale  | 9 comments

The eZ Comments extension is a very simple and easy to use solution if you want to setup an article commenting system quickly. But in my experience it's a bad idea to use it if you need any advanced commenting functionalities. So read further if you want to find about it...

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eZPublish vs. Drupal

Monday 14 March 2011 07:26

by Mavko Žmak - Žmale  | 23 comments

I have encountered a big deal of discussions abut eZP vs. Drupal, all of them stating different facts and opinions. So I hope this will shed some light on the topic...

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When ezsi doesn't do it

Wednesday 09 February 2011 06:05

by Mavko Žmak - Žmale  | 4 comments

The ezsi extension is a pretty good one, but there are situations where it doesn't do the job. It lacks a "fragmented" caching mechanism.

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running eZ Publish daemons in virtual host environment

Wednesday 05 January 2011 04:08

by Mavko Žmak - Žmale  | 3 comments

The recommended way of using the ezfind and ezodf extensions on a server with multiple eZP installations is to have only one instance of Solr server and one instance of OO conversion server for all the eZP installations.

Running single instances of this servers for multiple eZP installations is not a problem if you have full access to your server, but if you happen to have many eZP installation in a limited virtual hosting environment, setting this two servers can be a little bit tricky. So here is how you'll do it...

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loading external libraries in extensions

Wednesday 06 October 2010 01:38

by Mavko Žmak - Žmale  | 10 comments

Often you need to include external 3rd party libraries or your own libraries in the extensions (like for example a SOAP library). The problem comes when you have to include the same library in several extensions.

Here is how to do it without having to copy the same library in every extension directory.

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