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01.22.2021

MuseKnowledge™ Application 8.0

MuseKnowledge™ Application 8.0 is our latest web interface that brings all improvements and functionalities we implemented over the last 3 years. It continues the older and well known MuseSearch Application series, used for more than a decade to search thousands of e-resources on the Internet.

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05.29.2020

Configure the Muse® Proxy Service with NGINX Front-end

Configure the Muse Proxy service with NGINX front-end NGINX is an HTTP and reverse proxy server that can be placed in front of web applications to achieve custom workflows and provide solutions where multiple web applications cannot co-exist with similar specifications. Specifically the NGINX server can be configured as...

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10.21.2015

An insight into the latest developed MuseSearch™ Application 4.0

In this article we are revealing some of the new features introduced in the MuseSearch™ Application (version 4.0) that will be available in the next release of the Muse™ Platform. The latest MuseSearch™ Application (version 4.0) can be also deployed and run in the current version of the Muse™...

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10.7.2015

Muse® Proxy Source Profiling: Transparent Navigation Scenario

In this current article we are describing a new feature introduced with Muse Proxy 4.1: the ability to perform actions transparently, behind the scene. For example change the default language in the remote website, get the end-user in different sections of the website like an advanced search form, etc....

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10.6.2015

Muse® Proxy Source Profiling: A Complex Username/Password Authentication Scenario

Username/Password authentication is the second most popular authentication type after IP authentication. There are many cases when content providers offer only Username/Password for the institutional subscriptions. The subscribers are starting to prefer Username/Password type of authentication too over IP due to IPs shortage, as it is becoming an issue...

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11.27.2014

MuseSearch™ Widget Demo #4 – The widget with Bootstrap.js

A new MuseSearch™ widget based on the Responsive CSS Bootstrap technology and jQuery is available. The widget works with Muse version 2.7.0.0 and with the MuseSearch™ Application version 3.9. In the below example the widget was included in an iFrame element because the EduLib website uses the jQuery UI...

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10.22.2014

MuseSearch™ Integration in SharePoint

Besides the dedicated SharePoint MuseSearch™ WebPart, available since Muse 2.3.0.0, starting with Muse version 2.7.0.0, MuseSearch™ Application 3.9 version, in this post we describe two other simple ways to integrate the MuseSearch™ Application into a SharePoint site. 1. Insert a MuseSearch™ Application into a SharePoint 2013 Site Using the...

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01.27.2014

Feature Comparison for GUI KeyStore Managers

We have made a comparison of the features between CERTivity® KeyStores Manager and the most relevant similar products. The features are organized in categories, each category initially showing all features. Although this comparison was made by EduLib, the creator of CERTivity, we tried to be as objective and fair...

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12.19.2013

A Peek at Documentation Building Process in Muse Federated Search

The Muse manuals are written in DocBook and a build process generates the PDF files which are actually the documents for the end users. We have improved the building process of Muse manuals so that it does not hang up forever. We used a workaround, more details about this and what...

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12.12.2013

Muse® Federated Search and Muse Proxy Applications on the Same Server

The Muse™ Federated Search (MuseSearch™) and the Standalone Muse™ Proxy for Muse™ Proxy Applications are two client oriented services powered by Muse™ Technology. Being two separate services it is recommended to run them on separate servers (either physical or virtual machine) to have a clear separation of them from management and technical point...

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