On Wednesday, June 29th, TSG held its first ever Hack Day! The idea of a Hack Day originated at Yahoo! (see http://en.wikipedia.org/wiki/Hack_Day), and similar ideas arose at companies such as Google, Facebook, and Twitter. This post will detail our experience. Continue reading ‘TSG “Hack” Day – June 29th – 2011′
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Next month TSG will once again be hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in the Midwest. We’ll discuss how Alfresco can be integrated with everyday desktop applications and approaches for taking paper content and making them electronic.
Kansas City, MO – May 11th
Bristol Seafood Grill
51 East 14th Street
Kansas City, MO 64106
Chicago, IL – May 12th
Technology Services Group
22 W Washington 5th Floor
Chicago, IL 60602
Minneapolis, MN – May 17th
Rock Bottom Brewery
800 LaSalle Plaza
Minneapolis, MN 55402
Click HERE to register. Hope you can make it!
Tags: Alfresco, Kansas City, Lunch, St. Louis
TSG will once again be hosting Alfresco Lunch and Learns in St. Louis on January 25th and in Kansas City on February 1st. Alfresco will discuss the evolution of ECM and Social Content Management, and provide an update of the upcoming Alfresco 3.4 Enterprise release and product roadmap. We will be demoing the latest version of Alfresco Share and review some great case studies we have implemented on the Alfresco platform.
We hope to replicate the same turnout with the Alfresco Community in Chicago.
Click here to register! Hope to see you there.
The Documentum object model and the Alfresco content model have many similarities. Both software packages have the concept of library services (check in / check out), a data dictionary, and a hierarchical data model however implementations do differ.
In Documentum, administrators can create or alter custom object types with the use of Documentum Administrator, Composer, Application Builder, or DQL or API scripting. In Alfresco, there is one common way to create a custom type, including any constraint or pick list values. The configuration to create a custom object type includes creating a custom model Spring context file, a custom model definition file, and a custom web client configuration file. Continue reading ‘Documentum Object Model and the Alfresco Content Model’
Tags: Alfresco, Google Docs, Share
With the newest release of Alfresco Community Edition 3.3g, Alfresco has released an initial integration between Google Docs and Alfresco. This recent integration is another great example of the openness of the Alfresco platform. There are two ways to interact with Google Docs: