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janv
Senior Member II

Here's a brief overview of the new Alfresco Transform Service that is being introduced as an option for Alfresco Content Services (ACS) 6.1. It also includes evolutionary changes to the ACS Repository. For those that missed DevCon 2019 you can also refer to following slides Transforming Transformers.

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Community Manager
Community Manager

We’ve received your feedback since we took the AddOns site offline on May 25th and I can appreciate people’s disappointment in seeing this resource being seemingly taken away, especially for those Community members who’d worked hard on creating AddOns. I wanted to pause and answer to some of the que Read more...

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Moderator
Moderator

*Update: All Addons can be found here -  Unfortunately we’ve had to temporarily remove access to addons.alfresco.com - we understand that you may be disappointed, we’re working on bringing it back in a read-only mode whilst we work out what the next steps for the Alfresco AddOns Community.We’d love Read more...

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stefankopf
Active Member II

Before migrating any AMP projects to ACS 6, I recommend to read the blog post about the Anatomy of an ACS 6 AMP module to understand the basics of an AMP project with ACS6.This article is about modules for the ACS repository and does not cover Share. Although Share uses the same packaging format, ex Read more...

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stefankopf
Active Member II

At first, I want to highlight that an AMP module is not the recommended way to extend or develop against ACS 6. Instead, you should build a (micro-)service that sits next to the repository and use the v1 REST API to talk to the repository.However, there are certain requirements that cannot yet be me Read more...

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