Contentreich - Andreas Steffan - Sandra Martin
Wir sind Andreas und Sandra: IT Freelancer aus Hamburg mit einer Schwäche für Alfresco Content Management, Kollaboration, WordPress sowie agilen Dingen aus dem Java Ökosystem und Projektmanagement. Lies mehr …

Simplicity is a great virtue but it requires hard work to achieve it and education to appreciate it. And to make matters worse: complexity sells better. (Edsger Dijkstra)

Alfresco Workflow meets Extended Datalists

Workflow in Alfresco is not very user friendly. The user interface is not designed to handle tasks and processes at scale. We are trying to change that. This post is about our first steps and the lessons learned along the way. … Lies mehr

Alfresco: Handling „LibreOffice not responding“

Alfresco Community uses LibreOffice for various content transformations. From time to time, certain transformations screw the Office server process in a way that it stops responding to requests. The extension introduced in this post provides an automated recovery process.
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Docker, Clojure, Microservices, Google (and Alfresco): Introducing ECM Google Services

There are Google Vision „modules“ available for Alfresco and Nuxeo and most likely other systems as well. These modules execute Google API Java code in process. They need to ensure the API along with its tree of dependencies is right there. Dependency trees can be huge and cause all sorts of nasty issues. I decided to try a microservice approach – adding Docker and Clojure to the mix. … Lies mehr

Who killed CMIS?

CMIS came along aiming to standardize interoperability around content. I have never been a fan and always found CMIS cumbersome to work with – avoided it when I was given the choice. JavaScript folks did not care about it and the JSON bindings introduced at v1.1 didn’t change that. Meanwhile, it seems CMIS died silently.
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