Hi, thanks for all the answers.
In my case, your recomendations do not work for me.
What I have is a document manager wich document types have some properties and, maybe, on two or five month, that document type will have two more properties. That could happen to all types i have.
What I need is to import all those documents (only those that are not going to be modified) and import them to Alfresco, to create a historic document storage.
After studying what could be the best solution, I think that an aggregation model is the solution. I made a software that can create a model with all properties for all documents extracted and create CMM file for them all, but, in the future, will be more extractions, so I'll need to add all those new properties and types. The old model will be update with the new model generated on the extraction.
There will be a moment that I'll have an active model that I have to update.
Finally, my questions are:
- Having the model created, wich options do i have to import it to alfresco?
- Do I have to create manually all cofigurations files and update them all (config, message, etc) or there is an alternative (like an amp file) to import it automatically?
Hope there is someone in my situation with an answer