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Tip: View document permissions in MarkLogic

MarkLogic is uber secure. So secure it doesn’t let you see role names when viewing document permissions. This tip shows you how to resolve this foible…

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Using MarkLogic code execute privileges

Some tips when implementing find grained code execution security in MarkLogic Server…

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MarkLogic, huh, what is it good for?…

…tonnes! In this my 100th blog post on NoSQL I thought I’d write up a few reasons you’d want to consider MarkLogic, specifically, over other NoSQL solutions…

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MarkLogic 7 available on GCloud IV CloudStore…

MarkLogic 7 has been accepted in to GCloud IV, allowing it to be easily purchased by UK Government customers. Read on for details…

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A year of MarkLogic blogging…

It’s hard to believe, but I’ve been at MarkLogic for 13 months and had this blog going for a year! What’s been achieved with NoSQL, how has the market changed, and what does the future hold? I discuss these issues in this post…

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Data Modelling in MarkLogic, and how my mate Norm can help you!…

Data modelling in an aggregate/document NoSQL database can be unfamiliar to most. In this post I mention a couple of techniques and how they can help…

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Passing data from a Roxy app to a JavaScript widget…

This is a quick post to show how to pass information in to a JavaScript widget from a Roxy application…

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