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ohej
Established Member II

I'm pleased to announce the availability of SDK 4.0 and 3.1. The artifacts have been released to Maven Central. It might be a few days until the global archetype catalog updates, but read on for more details on how to get started today!This release will enable developers to extend and customize Alfr Read more...

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ohej
Established Member II

It is an exciting time here at Alfresco. We are working on a lot of improvements to the product, especially the way developers integrate and extend our products. In this brave new world of containers, micro services, message queues, cloud connectors and REST APIs we are laying out the foundation of Read more...

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gravitonian
Senior Member

IntroductionSometimes you need to use a 3rd party Java library when you develop Alfresco extensions. Meaning a library that is not available as part of the standard Alfresco installation. So you cannot just specify a provided dependency in the Maven POM and expect the library to be available in weba Read more...

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gravitonian
Senior Member

IntroductionThe way you deploy and run the Alfresco Content Services (ACS) solution has changed significantly in version 6.0. Traditionally you would download an installer that would install Java, Tomcat, Database, WARs, tools, etc, and things would be configured to work together. Then you would use 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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