Working with Modules in Alfresco

By Seed IM

Alfresco Modules Recently we came across a situation whereby we needed to uninstall a previously installed module for one of customers but we did not have a window to restart alfresco. So we thought why not write a simple blog about how we can uninstall a module without restarting alfresco using the Module Management Tool […]

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Alfresco Disaster Recovery

By Seed IM

Alfresco Disaster Recovery Solution Our previous blog (Alfresco Repository Clustering) gave you an insight into using alfresco clustering as a means of having an alfresco system with high availability and performance through clustering. In this blog we will describe two patterns for HA / Disaster Recovery (DR) if you do not have the option of […]

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Alfresco Repository Clustering

By Seed IM

Alfresco Repository Clustering Alfresco Clustering is necessary for high availability and also to allow your service architecture to build out horizontally.  In this blog we explore an Alfresco Repository Clustering configuration which is used in 95% of Alfresco clustered installations, offering high availability features while keeping architectural complexity and duplication of information low. Simple Alfresco […]

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Setting Up Moodle on AWS

By Seed IM

Setting Up Moodle on AWS Seed was recently engaged by one of our customers to migrate their existing onsite Moodle set up to the cloud on Amazon Web Services. Moodle is a Course Management System (CMS), also known as a Learning Management System (LMS) or a Virtual Learning Environment (VLE). It is a free web […]

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Alfresco Email Notifications

By Seed IM

Alfresco Email Notifications – The User Subscribe Model Overview Recently we upgraded one of our customers to Alfresco 4.  This meant that the Email Notification feature was available.  While everyone agreed that this was a great addition to Share, our customer did not want to role this out as it would have meant that all […]

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Customising TinyMCE Editor for Alfresco Share

By Seed IM

TinyMCE Editor and Alfresco TinyMCE is a platform independent; web based WYSIWYG editor that Alfresco uses as a rich text editor in Share.  It is released as Open Source under LGPL by Moxiecode Systems AB.   TinyMCE is straight forward to integrate into web applications and it is the default WYSIWYG editor of the Alfresco […]

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Alfresco & CAS SSO

By Seed IM

Alfresco & CAS SSO Alfresco supports the standard use of CAS for single-sign on for its web user applications, ie /share and /alfresco via the External authentication subsystem.   However Webdav must be configured for CAS using apache mod_auth_cas.  This blog provides details on how to setup Alfresco for CAS using jasig client and mod_auth_cas for […]

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Alfresco in the Cloud

By Seed IM

Options for Alfresco in the Cloud Everybody is talking cloud these days and predicting that the cloud will be embraced by organisations throughout 2013. Alfresco have been putting a substantial amount of their corporate energy into ensuring they have an ECM cloud offering available. As the cloud is such a broad term, I will attempt […]

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Creating a website using Drupal

By Seed IM

Seed IM Migrating to Drupal A few weeks ago we migrated our website to Drupal, so we thought why not write our first blog on that. The main reason we chose to migrate our website to Drupal is the fact that our previous website was a mere static website with very limited customisation, expansion and […]

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