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Alfresco CMIS [Kindle Edition]

Martin Bergljung

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Content Management Servers (CMS) have been around for a very long time, both proprietary and open source ones, but there has not been a standard way of talking to them until recently. The Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) standard provides both an application programming interface and a search language (based on SQL-92). Alfresco CMIS implementation is the basis for many existing CMIS applications, and you can use CMIS too to integrate your application with Alfresco.

Alfresco CMIS is a practical, hands-on guide that provides you with a number of clear step-by-step exercises that will help you take advantage of the real power of CMIS, and give you a good foundation in using it via HTTP/XML, Java, or scripting.It starts off with an introduction to the CMIS standard, in order to update you on the service API, object model, and query language.

The first part of the book explains how to use the service API with HTTP and XML/JSON; this is done in order to show that any library, system, or tool that can make HTTP calls and parse XML or JSON, is able to talk to a content management server that supports CMIS. Next, you learn to demonstrate how a higher abstraction library can be used to talk to a CMIS server in an easy way, hiding some of the complexities of the API using the OpenCMIS Java library. Since most of the applications that are built today are web applications, the book teaches readers how CMIS can be used from JavaScript and Groovy; enterprise application integration, taking Drupal and Mule as references.

Finally, you will learn how to talk to Alfresco Cloud service via CMIS!

Approach

The book will show readers how to use Alfresco’’s implementation of CMIS through a tutorial-based approach. It also has plenty of examples to help illustrate the concepts that you will learn.

Who this book is for

If you are a developer who wants to learn how to build applications that talk to content management servers in a standard way using CMIS, this book is ideal for you. It will be helpful if you have a bit of programming experience, although it is not necessary.


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5.0 von 5 Sternen Solid Book on CMIS APIs and Alfresco 14. Mai 2014
Von Romin K. Irani - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Kindle Edition
The number of solutions being built on top of Content Management Systems is plenty and across implementations, you wish that there was a common API that you could access all the CMS. CMIS is the common API via which you can access any Content Management System that supports this standard.

The book starts off with an overview of CMIS and how it came about. The next set of chapters goes into the CMIS Standard, especially the different operations via which you can do create, update, delete and query for documents. These two chapters setup a solid foundation since they allowed you to understand what is happening behind the scenes in terms of the REST Calls and the data formats being exchanged in the request / response.

I preferred this approach rather than jumping into a high level API that does not allow the developer to understand some of the details behind the calls. The next chapter jumps into specific support for CMIS via Alfresco.

Once this is covered, you get to pick the languages via which you want to access the CMIS API. One chapter covers the Java API in case you are talking to the CMS via a Server side infrastructure or are planning to create your own service layer on top of it. In case you are looking for accessing CMIS via the Web interface, a chapter on invoking the CMIS Interface via JavaScript is also covered.

The final couple of chapters delve deeper into integration scenarios with the Drupal Web Content Management (WCM) and Mule ESB Integration.

Overall the book is a solid guide to the CMIS Standard via Alfresco. In case you are planning on integrating with any CMIS capable repository, keep this book handy.
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4.0 von 5 Sternen integrating CMSs 10. Mai 2014
Von W Boudville - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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You surely know about Content Management Systems [CMS]. What this book explains is a solution to the plethora of CMSs that arose in recent years. Different vendors have rolled their own. With the result that corporate end users sometimes have several CMSs, often incompatible in how they input and output data. The CMIS is the interoperable standard and web based, using standard http queries. Which means it can pass through most firewalls, instead of being a custom and unknown message or using a non-standard port number.

The book's discussion makes clear that Alfresco and CMIS means that your Alfresco system can now talk [relatively] easily with other CMS, like Drupal or SharePoint. The elementary CMIS operations are covered, with some examples. Verbose XML, but you should be accustomed to that by now.

Of the advanced CMIS operations, one is the means to handle Access Control Lists. Some readers will consider this to be a necessary and basic operation. [If your background is mainframes or large data centers.]

Of Alfresco itself, only in chapter 4 does the text go into details about how Alfresco has incorporated a changing CMIS standard. One complication to which you should pay attention is the impedance difference between the CMIS object model and how Alfresco does its object referencing. The book warns that this can be tricky to understand.

Several of the operations are the equivalent of you manipulating files in a file system. You know how to do this on the command line or via icons. Operations like updating folders and documents, including deleting those objects. Well, the book describes the equivalent when you go through CMIS. New steps, yes, but quite understandable based on earlier simpler experiences.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Great book on CMIS! 19. Juli 2014
Von A. Hashmi - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
This book is an excellent resource for anyone wanting to know more about CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services). It starts out with a good introduction to the CMIS standard including the service, basic and advanced CMIS operations, and the object model. Examples include version management, security, search, and relationship management. The book illustrates various integration patterns via different uses cases. It then goes on to discuss the CMIS implementation in Alfresco (open source content management system).

The book discusses various methods for accessing a CMIS server including use of a Java client as well as using using scripting languages such as Groovy. The examples and code snippets provided are very valuable for someone who wants to try out the various examples on their own. A thorough explanation of the code included in the book is also provided.

The book concludes with an explanation of how to integrate other systems/applications using CMIS. The examples include integration with Drupal.

CMIS is an open standard for integrating content management systems and is gaining popularity. This book provides excellent coverage on the topic with a focus on Alfresco.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Easy read and covers CMIS as it pertains to Alfresco in plain English 6. Juni 2014
Von Johnny Gee - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
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I have read and reviewed many Alfresco books over the years, but I must say that Martin Bergljung has done a terrific job of making a technical book easy to read. "Alfresco CMIS" is simple and easy to understand. He minimize the amount of technical jargon and if there were some concepts he felt that the reader may not know, he explained them clearly and effortlessly.

He does a great job giving the history of CMIS and he does even a better job of describing the various CMIS operations in detail and in plain English. He even talks about how to install CMIS server so that the reader has opportunity to play with CMIS sample code he provides. My only wish is that the author would have talked about the CMIS operations in the context of business problem. The best technical books I have read are the ones that relate technical information to business case.

I would recommend this book to anyone who is looking to write a custom app using CMIS against Alfresco repository.
5.0 von 5 Sternen Best CMIS book ever 1. Juni 2014
Von Sam - Veröffentlicht auf Amazon.com
Format:Taschenbuch
As an Enterprise Architect, I work with ECM systems, Documentum, Alfresco, Sharepoint etc. Alfresco is incredibly powerful and has such a low cost comparing to other options, it has enabled me to build full fledged application suite with very short periods of time. Many organizations still have Documentum, but Alfresco can take to many other ECM systems using CMIS protocol. The resulting federated ECM system is a comprehensive solution to document management, collaboration and integration.

If you are using Alfresco and need CMIS integration, stop reading the review and just buy it !

I have bought >10 Alfresco books that this is among the two books that I would recommend.

Enterprise Architect
Sam Wu, SAMSSOFT
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