Some projects do not require automated document management solutions as Ephesoft to ingest scanned documents. For these cases, we have developed an Alfresco 5 addon by using a standard OCR Alfresco Transformer. Since text extraction processes vary in duration, we have chosen to apply this transformation in asynchronous mode, delegating conversion to searchable PDF to a dedicated queue background processes.
Alfresco has cancelled its Summit planned for the last quarter of 2015 and entrusted the Community with the task of staging an annual world event for developers, which will be known as BeeCon and held in the first quarter of 2016. As active members of the Order of the Bee, keensoft holds a place on the
Global Activiti User Day, an event directed at software developers, was held in Paris on 10th June 2015 and included the presentation of the most significant novelties in the imminent new version 6 of the Community version of the product. The event, the first dedicated to Activiti 6, brought together about a hundred
Alfresco is ready to launch its new statistical analysis product. This module will probably be available for the Enterprise version only. Alfresco Analytics is a Pentaho based analytical reporting engine. This product, which is installed separately from Alfresco One, communicates with ActiveMQ and integrates users via SSO. It has a predefined set of reports but allows new reports
Alfresco Activiti Community has been around as a BPM engine in Alfresco One since version 4.0 in 2012, although the first version of Activiti was released in 2010. However, up to the end of 2014, the project stayed true to its vocation of a workflow engine without exploiting its capabilities as a full BPM Suite. In mid-2014, Alfresco
Following the latest Alfresco Global Virtual Hack-a-thon, in which keensoft evolved its add-on to set up user quotas in Alfresco, the Tech Talk Live this month took a look at all the different projects undertaken at the Hack-a-thon. During the talk we had the opportunity to demonstrate our add-on and present our ideas on the different ways in
This week Alfresco has brought out its new version 5.0 CE that is now available to the community. This version includes support for the new Google Drive API (replacing integration with Google Docs), an upgrade of the Aikau framework in Share, the public endpoint to invoke the Alfresco API from Share (/proxy/alfresco-api) and it also
It is not always possible to perform a full migration of an Alfresco implementation, so sometimes we have to export part of the contents of an implementation in order to import them into another. By default Alfresco does not support site export as there are some configurations that are not included in the ACP export