With the recent announcement that the Documentum Developer Edition is being discontinued - Bidding Farewell to Developer Edition, we thought it would be a good time to update our previous post from 2010 in regards to development differences between Documentum and Alfresco. This post will compare and contrast development environments and philosophy with both Alfresco and Documentum.
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Documentum Discontinues Developer Edition – Documentum to Alfresco Migration – Development Environment and PhilosophyPublished December 18, 2012 Alfresco , D2 , Documentum , Share , Webtop , xCP 5 Comments
Tags: Demo, Go-Live, Launch, Video
We are excited to announce and share with you a brand new TSG Learning Zone! We put a great deal of effort into shifting technologies and giving it a clean new look.
Tags: Alfresco, ECM, Meetup, User Group Meeting
Tags: Alfresco, DevCon, Liferay
- Authentication between Liferay, Alfresco and Adobe Connect
- Communication between Alfresco and Liferay
- Usage of the Liferay SDK
- OpenSearch Integration Continue reading ‘Alfresco and Liferay – Lessons Learned from UCP of Greater Chicago’
Tags: Alfresco, DevCon 2011, John Newton, San Diego
DevCon wrapped up at the end of October in sunny San Diego. Conferences are always a great way to get “re-energized”, meeting new users to the Alfresco platform, spending time with existing clients, and getting excited about where the Alfresco platform is headed. This post will discuss the roadmap and other thoughts from the conference.
At TSG we get questions all the time in regards to “How are your consulting engagements different between Alfresco and other ECM offerings like Documentum, FileNet/IBM and SharePoint.” For this post, we will explore how we have been successful with Alfresco Consulting initiatives and point out some of the differences to commercial ECM consulting.
Tags: Alfresco, annotations, Open Source, Share
TSG is proud to release OpenAnnotate 2.0, our latest iteration of open source annotations. We’ve successfully deployed OpenAnnotate with a number of our Documentum clients to enable simple annotation capabilities on PDF documents, both via TSG’s HPI and Webtop. We’ve now implemented annotation capability within Alfresco Share to allow markup of rendered PDF documents within an Alfresco repository.
Users can access PDF documents and perform the following annotations:
- Sticky Notes
Users can view annotations created by other users, and are displayed in different colors. We’ve added a simple action within Alfresco Share to expose annotation capabilities. OpenAnnotate can produce read only PDFs with the related annotations, to be viewed by any PDF viewer.
How does it work?
- Visit our website for additional information on OpenAnnotate.
- Visit our LearningZone to see OpenAnnotate in action.
Please contact us to get OpenAnnotate integrated into your Alfresco repository!
Last month at our client briefing, electronic records management systems were a common point of interest, but interestingly, not a common practice. Even though everyone knew they needed to be smarter about using electronic records management only a few companies had taken the plunge. The others, like many of the companies we talk to every day, are managing records with spreadsheets, paper, and home-grown solutions and databases.
Over the past year, we’ve worked with clients interested in both the Documentum Records Management Family of products (RM, RPS, PRM) and Alfresco RM. (We’ll refer to the Documentum Family as Documentum RM for the rest of the article.)While both are DoD 5015.02 standard compliant, they approach creating the file plan, declaring a record, setting holds/freezes, applying disposition, and reporting differently. Continue reading ‘Records Management in Alfresco and Documentum’