TSG will be conducting a Webinar with Alfresco on February 11th (Recording Posted) on how to enhance or extend Alfresco Share with High Performance Interface (HPI) 2.1. This post is the fourth in a series of posts on how HPI 2.1 can work with Share and will focus on Document Workflow. Continue reading
Although content modeling in Alfresco is very flexible and configurable, one of the issues that we run into when setting up repositories for clients is the lack of the ability for business users to manage value assistance lists. Value assistance is a term that we use to describe the lists of options that show up in dropdown and multi-select controls in the user interface on the edit properties and search screens.
This post will describe a module that we’ve developed to utilize the data list functionality available in the Alfresco Share interface to allow business users to manage value assistance lists without any coding, XML configuration, or server restarts.
With the recent announcement that the Documentum Developer Edition is being discontinued – Bidding Farewell to Developer Edition, we thought it would be a good time to update our previous post from 2010 in regards to development differences between Documentum and Alfresco. This post will compare and contrast development environments and philosophy with both Alfresco and Documentum.
Thanks to all the fellow Alfrescans who attended both the Minneapolis and Chicago Lunch and Learns. Really, the best part of these lunch and learns is the LUNCH! We get to learn how people are leveraging the platform and share best practices and experiences. Alfresco 4.0 Enterprise was released on Thursday to much fanfare, and we are just as excited to continuing developing web, mobile, and cloud-based solutions on Alfresco. Some quick links to some of the case studies and open source offerings on our website: