Monthly Archives: July 2011


ATG Licensing – One Step Forward, Two Steps Back

This is my fourth post on the subject of ATG Licensing. You may want to read the previous three posts: Rant About Core-Based Licensing, Why ATG’s Core Based Licensing is Stupid, and the latest

By | July 16th, 2011|ATG|9 Comments

Seam Identity Management

During a recent coding getaway to Maine (see my post on the 2011 HackFestaThon) I decided to write a basic Seam project as a starting point for my future Seam based web applications.  The idea is to provide common features such as Login, Logout, Registration, Forgot Password, User […]

By | July 11th, 2011|Seam, Security|3 Comments

Spark::red is PCI Level 1 Certified!

I’m happy to announce that Spark::red ATG Hosting has received our PCI DSS 1.2 Level 1 Certification as an eCommerce MSP.  We have been Level 2 certified for a while, but completing our Level 1 certification with

By | July 7th, 2011|ATG, Security|1 Comment

Spark::red Sponsored Children’s Cove Charity

Spark::red ATG Hosting is proud to have been a sponsor of the recent Children’s Cove 10th Annual Golf Tournament.  Children’s Cove is a Child Advocacy Center on Cape Cod Massachusetts.  They do critically important […]

By | July 4th, 2011|General|0 Comments