Recently TSG worked with an R&D client to migrate content from two legacy OpenText repositories into a new Alfresco environment using OpenMigrate. This post will discuss the process used to perform the OpenText to Alfresco migration, as well as some of the technical challenges that were encountered along the way.
We were recently involved with helping a new client install and configure Alfresco. Part of the configuration included integration with the client’s existing single sign-on software. This post will describe some of the hurdles and lessons learned with getting Alfresco Office Services (AOS) working in their environment.
Recently TSG worked with an Alfresco client that had unique requirements around document and folder security. In addition to traditional ACL security, the client needed the ability to tag documents with metadata that would deny users access to content unless they were members of a particular group. This post will focus on our approach for addressing the security requirements in Alfresco.
TSG recently worked with a client to migrate nearly 4 million documents with metadata from 3 different FileNet systems to Alfresco using OpenMigrate. This post will focus on the technical approach used to migrate all of the content, as well as some of the unique challenges of the migration.
The latest release of Alfresco One introduced a range of enhancements to the search capabilities in Alfresco Share. With these enhancements also came a significant upgrade to Alfresco’s back-end indexing and search engine, Solr. This article will showcase some of the new search features that are available in Alfresco 5, as well as provide information for successfully upgrading from previous versions of Alfresco and Solr.
Recently a client came to us with a need to export documents and metadata captured using Ephesoft into Documentum. We’ve seen many clients implement Ephesoft as a capture solution for Alfresco, but had yet to see anyone export into Documentum. This post will discuss how OpenMigrate provides a configurable bridge between Documentum and Ephesoft.
With the recent release of Alfresco 5 Enterprise, many clients are beginning to plan to upgrade to the latest version of Alfresco in the coming months. On January 8th, TSG participated in an Alfresco Tech Talk Live Session that focused on upgrading to Alfresco 5. Alfresco Tech Talk Live is a regularly scheduled webcast where a panel of subject matter experts discuss various topics related to Alfresco. A recording of the Alfresco 5 Upgrade session can be found here. A complete list of Alfresco Tech Talk Live sessions can be found here.
During the session, some key points were brought up that contribute to the overall success of an Alfresco upgrade. This post will discuss 5 of those factors in more detail.
One of the most common Alfresco customization requests that we receive from our clients is for a way to allow metadata constraint lists to be managed by business users, rather than by IT. TSG has developed an Alfresco Module Package (AMP) that allows picklist values to be managed using the data list functionality in Alfresco Share. See our previous post on Alfresco Data List-Driven Value Assistance for more information on this module.
This post will focus on recent enhancements to the Data List-Driven Value Assistance module to allow for cascading constraint lists. Continue reading
To continue our series of posts highlighting common design patterns that we see in many Alfresco implementations (see previous posts on Auto-Filing and Data List-Drive Value Assistance, this post will focus on another Alfresco module package (AMP) that TSG has developed that provides a configurable way to automatically number content with a unique numbering sequence upon creation.
TSG hosted Alfresco’s Chicago Lunch & Learn in our downtown office on November 20th. The turnout was great, with over 40 attendees, including existing Alfresco Enterprise and Community users, representatives from Alfresco’s sales and engineering teams, as well as those who are not yet Alfresco users, all looking to learn more about Alfresco.