Hooking an ADF Document Action into a Repo Action

By Seed IM

We have developed many Alfresco solutions over the years and a best practice consideration on projects has been to use a Repo Action to bundle behaviour for changes to a document or folder into a Repo Action so that it could be re-used.   I therefore assumed that the ADF framework would have a Service available […]

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Alfresco Folder Quota

By Seed IM

Recently SeedIM was requested by one of our customers to provide a way within Alfresco to set a folder quota limit. Users were using Alfresco for data backup and that was consuming too much space. While Alfresco allows you to have a quota on how much content a user can add to Alfresco, there is […]

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Customising Alfresco Live Search

By Seed IM

When a user starts typing a search-term in the Alfresco Share Search Box on the main menu bar, a live search is executed and the result is shown in a drop down list.  By default the live search only searches for documents, people and sites. So in this blog we’ll show how to change the […]

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Alfresco javascript console remove aspect example

By Seed IM

Let say that we have an aspect and we want to remove that aspect from some nodes that have certain ids Just showing the nodes logger.debug(“INIT rm aspect”); var idList = [ “1788”, “1789”, “1790” ]; for(i = 0; i < idList.length; i++){ var query = “ASPECT:\”ca:customAspect\” AND @ca\\:docId:\””+ idList[i] +”\””; logger.debug(“QUERY:” + query); var […]

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Dealing with CSRF for creating a site in Alfresco 5.1

By Seed IM

There is a webscript in share for creating a site in Alfresco (‘service/modules/create-site’). In the body of the request you can define : visibility: ‘PUBLIC’, ‘MODERATED’ and ‘PRIVATE’ title: The name of the site, shortName: The short name for the site, this parameter will appear in the URL, it should be a valid shortName. description: […]

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Testing Alfresco Repository Actions using Junit and Alfresco SDK

By Seed IM

When developing with Alfresco it is often necessary to use a Repository Action to execute some function against a document. For example to automatically apply some metadata values and move the document to a new folder based on its lifecycle. Information on the Action framework can be found here . It is therefore importance to understand […]

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Alfresco One Records Management (RM 2.5)

By Seed IM

A couple of months ago, Alfresco released the latest version of its Records Management module, so we thought we would write a blog about the main feature of RM 2.5.  Branded as Alfresco One Records Management Module, RM 2.5 main feature is about security control and classification lifecycle. What is classification and why it’s important? […]

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Angular 2 and Alfresco

By Seed IM

As mentioned in our previous blog on Angular 2, we recently implemented an angular application which gathers data, connects to Alfresco and populates it as metadata in Alfresco; so as a continuation of that, this blog will focus more on the Angular Service, Method calls and connection to Alfresco. Angular 2 Service An Angular 2 […]

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Angular 2 Template Based Form

By Seed IM

With the release of Angular 2 just around the corner and also Alfresco’s announcement of enhanced support for Angular 2, we thought it would be a great idea to start a blog series on Angular2 and share our experience with Angular 2 since we recently implemented an angular application which gathers data, connect to Alfresco […]

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Starting with Stanbol

By Seed IM

What is Stanbol? Stanbol is an application that in simple words allow to obtain aditional information from a document. For example, if I have a text who talk about the Romans emperors and I pass it through Stanbol, it will infer the language of the text (e.g. English) and the entities present in the text […]

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Alfresco Front End Development – From JSF to Angular2

By Seed IM

Seed have been working with Alfresco for many years and have experienced all of the iterations of Alfrescos browser based apps to date.  This Blog discusses the history of frameworks used and the latest announcement on the use of Angular2 for future Alfresco based applications. History We were around for version 1.0 of Alfresco when […]

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Alfresco 5.1 Model Manager

By Seed IM

With the release of Alfresco 5.1 we saw two main functions added to the system, the ability to create Content Models from within Share and Smart Folders.  Smart Folders are driven mainly by the use of metadata and searches so require Content Models (see our blog on Smart Folders).  This blog will look at how […]

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