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Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $5 - Posted
[Budget amount is not correct] [Section "3 Functional Requirements" is updated] Please provide your best reasonable quote for this custom portlet development for Liferay 6.2 Portal also provide estimated total time with breakdowns. We would need a timeline in terms of : 1. Technical Specification Document 2. New Application to Test Site 3. New Application to Live Site 4. Review Final Application and Documentation 5. Post-Deployment Support policy and period Project Specification and Requirements: 1 Architecture: The DRPA shall utilize the following platform and integration: 1.1 Platform: Liferay Portal 6.2 Enterprise and Community Edition, Tomcat, MySQL, running on RedHat Enterprise Linux 1.2 Provide integration with Liferay’s search index and Application Program Interfaces (API) 1.3 Section 508 and Accessibility Standards 2 Web Application Security 2.1 The DRPA and development shall follow best practices (OWASP & SWAT) for web application security and user security. 3 Functional Requirements 3.1 User Functionality: the DRPA shall provide users with the following: 3.1.1 Listview of publications with sortable columns for Title, Authors, and Date. (Screenshot attached from existing php application), would need an option to add/remove columns from Listview. 3.1.2.1 Listview should allow Search by publication number, author, series (dropdown), category (dropdown) and keywords on all columns (existing and new custom columns). (Screenshot attached from existing php application) 3.1.2.2 Search functionality need to be within Lucene search index and search result should be shown with Portlet name as Category to choose from on search result page. (Screenshot attached from example Liferay portlet) 3.1.3 View publication record, print and download full report file in pdf (Screenshot attached from existing php application) 3.1.4 One publication entry can have multiple pdf files associated with it from 3.2.2 (below). 3.1.5 Audit Trail Log DB Table or Activity History Table should be maintained to record each action (view, edit, delete, disable) taken with Liferay userid (when updating old data must be saved in the log table) 3.2 Administrator Functionality: the DRPA shall allow administrators to: 3.2.1.1 Add/update/delete/disable publication records, including adding custom new fields/column (single or multi-value with dropdown) to the records. 3.2.1.2 Manage (Add/update/delete/disable) values for existing or new custom multi-value fields/columns (existing fields: series and category). 3.2.2 Attach full-text PDF files to publication record. 3.2.3 Export publication records to Excel with link to pdf on portal 3.2.4 Import publication records from Excel. 3.2.5 Option to Upload and store publication PDFs to Liferay individually or multiple PDFs at a time. Once uploaded, the individual PDFs (named same as Report_Number_#1 in the screenshot) shall be linked to the publication record and the link shall be maintained. 3.2.6 Specify the Liferay site specific to each Publication: Portlet must be usable for multiple Liferay sites by keeping the data separate for each site. 3.2.7 Uploaded PDFs are stored within data/document_library folder of Liferay and all handling should be done thru Liferay API. But files should not be visible via Document and Media Portlet. Separate Folders should be maintained by GroupId within Liferay to store files for that groupid. 4 Documentation 4.1 Prepare a detailed and precise technical specification (application blueprint) document 4.2 Technical documentation shall include: 4.2.1 List of areas where passwords are used. 4.2.2 List of each source code file, functionality and how it relates to other files 4.2.3 List of libraries used and where and their source site URL's 4.2.4 Build files (How to build and compile the project) 4.3 Database documentation: List of Data structures and tables. Minimum meta and configuration data required for the site to run. 4.4 Inline code documentation: Each class, function should have documentation of what the function is used for and some basic pseudo code steps describing what the function does 4.5 User Documentation with screenshots to walk them thru. 4.6 Provide status updates to and align goals with us weekly. 5 Acceptance Testing: The DRPA should be fit for purpose and mistakes shall be eliminated. DRPA must be populated with the existing report and repository data, users and other data during and all areas should be validated and tested, without bugs. 5.1 Quality Assurance Plan. 5.1.1 100% Performance Expected. 5.1.2 Commit new application code to a test site. 5.1.3 Complete testing, evaluations, troubleshoot and correct errors. 5.1.4 Test Application on the Test Server 5.1.5 Test Application on the Live Server 5.1.6 Errors/bugs resolved within 24 hours. 5.1.7 Review Liferay Repository Plug-in Application Code and Documentation with us. 5.1.8 Support and Maintain application, troubleshoot and correct errors / bugs for a minimum 2 years period.
Skills: Apache Tomcat CSS3 Hibernate HTML5
Fixed Price Budget - Expert ($$$) - $2,000 to $5,000 - Posted
We need high-quality articles that help Java developers set up and use Docker from development through production. English-speaking is a must, as well as experience with using Docker on Java apps. THE PROCESS We'll negotiate a fixed cost per article. In order to be considered for this job, please: 1. Send us a brief outline of the articles you’d like to write. We need articles ranging from “Creating a usable Java Dockerfile”, to specific build and run errors that are encountered when dockerizing a Java app and how to fix them. (We want your articles to really help developers! Include using Java-specific tools like Hibernate, Tomcat, etc.) 2. If we like your outline and price, we’ll accept the job and be in contact with you to negotiate final deliverable expectations. REQUIREMENTS - Fluent in written English - Experience with using Docker - Experience with writing Java applications - Passion for writing - Markdown preferred - Bonus if you can write like a native English speaker *OUTLINE EXAMPLE* - When should I use Docker containers? - Creating a Java Dockerfile - Debugging build issues - Running multiple processes - Running containers
Skills: Apache Tomcat Docker English Grammar Hibernate
Fixed-Price - Intermediate ($$) - Est. Budget: $100 - Posted
We have a solution which run on tomcat. But we are having lots of issue with it and we are not sure if this is related to how the tomcat has been configured. We like to have someone to look at it and advise what can be done to improve the performance.
Skills: Apache Tomcat
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,000 - Posted
For a prestigious IT project we are looking for Configuration Java Engineer Place of work: Warszawa Duties: - Design and develop infrastructure management interfaces and operations portals and the associated databases models. - Design and develop web service abstraction layers for the orchestrator and other infrastructure systems. - Work independently to solve complex technical problems and provide solutions and designs. - Work to project schedules and provide accurate and timely feedback for any assigned tasks. - Produce high-quality documentation related to solution design, operations, governance and end-users. - Developing and maintaining the custom components and eco-system required by the orchestration platform. This presents a unique opportunity to develop back-end components of an already established global system with very broad impact. This is not typical GUI application; this is a complex high availability system, a great environment for an experienced senior specialist. Requirements: - Program in Java (J2EE standard). - Web service development (keywords: Tomcat, Jetty, SOAP). - Multi-threaded development. - General web development (any common language and framework). - Database modeling and development (Oracle preferred). You offer: - Experience of infrastructure products and concepts. - Experience of programming infrastructure applications. - Experience of development in a large corporate environment. - General web development (any common language and framework). - Database modeling and development (Oracle preferred). - Excellent written and spoken communication in English language. We offer: - Constant improvement of professional qualifications. - Stable employment in a professional environment. - Diverse scope of executed projects. - Nice atmosphere in an ambitious and professional team. - Training, orientation trips. - Private medical care.
Skills: Apache Tomcat J2EE Java SOAP
Hourly - Entry Level ($) - Est. Time: 3 to 6 months, Less than 10 hrs/week - Posted
Looking for an experienced Java developer to improve an existing website: 1. Make minor changes to the html and the javascripts 2. Develop jsps and work along-side the Front end developer to incorporate front end changes (html, css, image edits) into the jsp. 3. Manage action flows from one jsp page/servlet to another. 4. Should be able to write sql queries to insert/update/delete database entries. Proficient in : java, jsp ,Servlets, MySQL, jdbc Should have knowledge of https, Tomcat 7.0 and Digital Ocean cloud, SSL certificates
Skills: Apache Tomcat CSS Digital Ocean HTML
Fixed-Price - Expert ($$$) - Est. Budget: $3,900 - Posted
Our company name is Hapi Networks, this is our logo-> :) We believe our product and team are incredible and will help many people. We're seeking a beyond awesome developer(s) that has expertise and can quickly build the following: 1. JHipster Java Backend Spring Boot/MVC/Security/Data, Postgres, Hazelcast, elastic cloud, AngularJS 2 Admin Panel 2. Ionic 2 Mobile App (~15 screens) GPS, Camera, Payment, Internationalization 3. AngularJS 2 Customer Website (~4 static, ~2 dynamic pages) Industry best practices (e.g. self documenting code, unit, itest, end-to-end tests) are required. The mockups and JHipster core are nearly complete and good enough to get started on the project right away. Our coders are busy with other things but can help out if needed (you should be able to handle 95%+ of the work).
Skills: Apache Tomcat Amazon EC2 Android AngularJS