Hi all, I think this is a noob question but I cannot understand how this work. I have Alfresco Community 5.x running on my Linux server. Let's say that we are going to share some files but next year we would like to stop using Alfresco. Now I have all the files stored as .bin files and all the metadata + other info stored in the database. Is there a way to "backup" files and store them as .doc or .xls instead of just .bin? Thanks for the help!
Thanks for the answer. So it is not possible to convert the .bin file into the original one (.doc, .xls, .pdf, .whatever). I just have to access the data (maybe with the api) and download them "manually" (or scraping them). Did I get what you meant?
No its not possible, basically this things are used by alfresco internally and you must not change it.If you try to do that you are going to break most of the stuff I think.Because file system is backbone of alfresco.It better to write some custom script to export files.