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bio website robert.muntea.nu
location Bucharest, Romania
age 32
visits member for 2 years, 10 months
seen Jun 28 '13 at 9:26

Summary

In one life, I am Robert Munteanu, software engineer for a respectable software company. I write clean Java code, I maintain application builds ... help my colleagues discover bugs with automated analysis tools. The other life is lived in open source, where I go by the developer alias "Rombert" and try go get my code in virtually every open source software I have an use for.


Feb
13
comment Listing values for managed properties
I've tried to search for a single whitespace character. Do you have a better idea for searching for everything?
Feb
13
comment Listing values for managed properties
yes, I want to find out all the values before running a query.
Feb
13
comment Listing values for managed properties
Thanks for your reply. I am actually using refinements, but don't they apply to the current query only? E.g. if I search for the text 'management', only the refinements applicable for documents matching that query will be returned.
Feb
12
revised Listing values for managed properties
corrected tags
Feb
12
asked Listing values for managed properties
Feb
5
awarded  Custodian
Feb
5
reviewed Satisfactory Visitors can't view the final situation of the site
Feb
5
reviewed Satisfactory Incoming E-mail settings - with Exchange - what to do next?
Feb
5
reviewed Excellent How to edit ModerationStatus in content approval
Feb
5
reviewed Excellent Porting Web Parts to Office365 (SharePoint 2013 )
Feb
5
reviewed Needs Improvement Google Map Visual WebPart
Jul
23
revised Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
Progress, more questions
Jun
20
comment Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
@Mikael-SharePointMVP - I've seen those examples ; Java is not that well integrated with the Windows keystore ,so a thumbprint is not enough . I've managed to make it work by exporting the Java application's keystore as a PFX ( PKCS12 ) file and importing it into the server keystore of the server running FAST. I'll post this as an answer when I have the process documented.
Jun
19
comment Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
@Mikael-SharePointMVP I have the Java API working just fine or HTTP but not HTTPS. The Java API is bundled with the Fast search server installation and the old FAST ESP API definitely does not work. I've followed the old FAST ESP SSL guide, but after generating my old certificate signing request I am not sure how to sign it.
Jun
18
comment Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
@Mikael-SharePointMVP - that's correct
Jun
18
comment Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
if I understand correctly ( I'm using Java in my client calls ) this allows the client to not validate the Server's certificate. But in my case the server requires that the client present a SSL certificate.
Jun
18
asked Using SSL with the FAST 2010 Content API
Jun
15
accepted Specifying ACLs using the FAST Content API
May
7
awarded  Tumbleweed
Apr
30
asked Specifying ACLs using the FAST Content API