Alfresco released today
Community 3.3, which provides new improvements in content services and web-related functions.
Community 3.3 features
Community 3.3 provides many different tools for selection.
- Integration with IBM Lotus social
- Provide a preview for the upcoming Google doc
- Supports the cmis1.0 standard, which will be released next month
- Provides real-time online content editing through an extensible Web Editor framework.
- Content application automation rules and content formatting released through multiple channels (support for freemaker and
- The content library repository is replicated and the transfer service is added when the web is released.
Developers can implement different solutions by transmitting content between the content libraries.
Alfresco is the first complete support
CMIS standard enterprise content management solution. The actual function of this function is to use the content library repository as a content service and develop different web applications.
Alfresco share function
With the release of Community 3.3, alfresco share also includes some new features:
- You can directly use alfresco
Share to access and manage all content within the scope of the content library, including the content of documents, projects, and collaboration sections.
- A new rule and behavior excuse can be used to automate operations such as content conversion, moving, copying, and notification processing.
- You can customize a rule repository and connect it to any space (directory) in the content library.
- New features such as the tracking list and todo tools are provided in the project environment.
- Similar to Google's search function
For the release of Community 3.3, change the permission of alfresco repositoryLgpl
. This change makes any
Developers can freely use alfresco repository as an embedded repository in their systems.