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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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cfinzel
Active Member

The new Alfresco Content Services 6.0 is released, and I am happy to share the highlights of this version with you. The major focus of the new Alfresco Content Services 6.0 release was on significant architecture improvements and the new containerized deployment option based on Docker and Kubernetes Read more...

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tpage
Established Member II

A few years ago Samuel wrote a blog post entitled “So, when is Alfresco moving to GitHub?” In it he presented a number of reasons why it was difficult to move our code from SVN to Git. Given the recent move of Share to GitHub, I thought it would be worth writing an update on the situation.

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