Has anyone been able to create a Mobile App for students so they can check their grades and other important links?
After much searching and collaboration with the team, we have Luminis 53 up and running in our test environment.
I am executing the lp5_mqinit.sh script and am encountering the following error:
Cannot read the bind response from the server. The port you are using may require a secured communication (--useSSL). The connection to the Directory Server was closed before the bind response could be read (id=10748693)
This is on Step 2 of lp5_mqinit.sh. Any suggestions on how to get around this?
We have gotten past this issue and have Luminis 5.3 installed and running in our test environment.
I am a total rookie when it comes to sys admin stuff. I am trying to upgrade to Luminis 5.3/LMG 4.1.1 and I am at the point where you execute the lp5_mqinit.sh script. However it fails with the error "Unable to connect to the server xxxxxxx.xxxxx.edu on port 4444." I do not see any instructions / commands etc for the openDS stuff. Am I missing something or am I making this more difficult that was it should be?
Does anyone have a check list type document for installing and implementing Luminis 5? The admin book is a bit hard to follow! I've got Luminis 5.3 built but I'm sort of struggling with what my next step should be!
Hello Lumdev'ers! Sadly my portal developer relocated with her family and I am once again looking for someone to lead the direction of our portal. We did successfully migrate to Luminis 5.2 about 18 months ago, so if anyone is still fighting Luminis 4 and wants to be on Luminis 5.... well come at work at Lehigh University! I'm also wanting the ideal candidate to be able to pick up and work with Drupal. We do a lot of web development on campus using Drupal and we've also tied some portal content in via SSO and Drupal.
I'm still working on our migration from Lum4 to 5, and one sticking point has been with our CMS. We use cascade server to manage all of our web pages and documents. On Luminis 4 we used a directory that was already there to publish secure documents to, so that users would have to be logged in to see them. With Luminis 5, we lose this feature due to Liferay. There is no directory that we can publish to that will allow only logged in users to have access to them. Ellucian said this is due to the document library in Liferay that forces you to use their process.
We are currently on Luminis 4, and use Cascade CMS to manage the internal documents that we post to the portal. We created a Docs folder within /opt/luminis/webapps/luminis/jsp and this serves our purpose. Any document we publish to that folder is protected from public view, you have to be logged into the portal to open it. We want the same functionality with Luminis 5. Is anyone else using a CMS for their document management? Looking initially at the Documents and Media Display portlet, its not doing the same that we require from our CMS. Any thoughts?
We just went live with Luminis 5 about 2 weeks ago. Has anyone experienced any performance issues with the portal? We are seeing (at times) the login process taking upwards of a minute or more to complete the login process to Luminis 5. In addition to that moving from page to page can (at times) take 15 + seconds each. Interesting to note though, once the browser has cached everything in the portal we are able to move throughout the portal with ease.
The Academic Profile delivered channel lists the student's advisors.
Has anyone edited this channel to add lables identifying 'Primary' and 'Secondary' indications for the advisors listed?
We are getting requests to do this...
So a little bit of background on me (before you judge my post). I am new to the Ellucian world. I have been tasked with looking at implementing/administrating and ultimately developing for the Luminis 5 portal. I don't have much system experience out side of maintaining a blackboard instance (LMS) along with some web development. Anyways I'm hoping to blog my trek through the Ellucian products and hopefully someday help someone that is also just starting.