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- Use the CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) API to develop content applications that can interact with multiple repositories
- Discover what is unique about Alfresco’s CMIS implementation and how to get started using it
- Includes detailed examples that use both the CMIS 1.0 AtomPub binding and the new CMIS 1.1 JSON browser binding
Book DetailsLanguage : English
Paperback : 120 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : January 2014
ISBN : 1782163522
ISBN 13 : 9781782163527
Author(s) : Dick Weisinger
Topics and Technologies : All Books, CMS and eCommerce, Open Source
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What you will learn from this book
- Set up, authenticate, and connect with the Alfresco CMIS server
- List repository documents, folders, and associated metadata using the CMIS query language
- Create, upload, download, modify, delete, and version repository content
- Configure content access controls
- Access repository content using the RESTful AtomPub, or the CMIS 1.1 low-bandwidth JSON browser binding
- Develop directly against the low-level CMIS API or use higher-level libraries like Apache Chemistry OpenCMIS for Java
- Use CMIS to interact with Alfresco-specific features such as aspects, tags, and categories
- Extend Drupal to embed CMIS query results and to include links to repository content
- Connect and interact with Alfreso’s cloud service using CMIS
CMIS specifies a consistent way for accessing core content management operations available with any CMIS-compliant content management system. The benefit of CMIS is that developers need to learn only a single standard API that is compatible with many content management systems as an alternative to needing to learn a new proprietary API when using a new repository. Application development becomes less complex and applications are less dependent on any single content repository.
Alfresco CMIS is a practical, hands-on guide with clear, progressive, step-by-step exercises that explain how to get the most out of Alfresco’s implementation of CMIS. The book shows how to use CMIS to build new applications and how to integrate repository capabilities into your existing applications.
The book covers the essential information that you need to know to get up to speed quickly with using an Alfresco CMIS server. The examples throughout the book thoroughly cover the use of both RESTful AtomPub and JSON browser protocol bindings for communicating with a CMIS server. You will be able to create applications and integrations that can interact with Alfresco and other CMIS-compliant content repositories.
The book will show readers how to use Alfresco’s implementation of CMIS through a tutorial-based approach.
Who this book is for
Alfresco CMIS is for developers, integrators, and IT consultants, who plan to integrate CMIS repositories with other systems or to build applications that interact with a CMIS repository. The book assumes some familiarity with core concepts of the Alfresco architecture and with the principles of content management, but there are no extensive developer prerequisites.