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Ecms By Roofimon
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Alfresco Enterprise CMS Solution

Alfresco Enterprise CMS Solution

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  • 1. I’m a PC 
  • 2. อัลเฟรสโก้(Alfresco) True Open Source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) TWIN PANICHSOMBAT PROJECT MANAGER FUJITSU SYSTEM BUSINESS THAILAND twitter:@roofimon msn:roofimon<at>live<dot>com
  • 3. ที่มาของเนื้อหา  www.alfresco.com  WCM Product Evaluation Guide  Wikipedia  JSR170
  • 4. เรื่องเล่าวันนี้ (Agenda 4 today)  Alfresco?  What is ECM?  History of Alfresco  Basic idea of Alfresco  Product in the same category  Alfresco Document Management  Alfresco Web Content Management  Any Questions?
  • 5. Alfresco  กลางแปลง[ADJ] alfresco, See also: outdoor; open-air; in the playground, Syn. กลางแจ้ง, Example: คืนนี้ที่หมู่บ้านมีหนังกลาง แปลงมาฉาย, Thai definition: แสดงหรือเล่น
  • 6. What is ECM anyway? Alfresco is ECM, so what is ECM anyway?  Basic functions of ECM   Capture  Manage  Store  Preserve  Deliver
  • 7. What is ECM? The model includes in the quot;Managequot; category five  traditional application areas:  Document management (DM),  Collaboration (or collaborative software, groupware),  Records management (RM) (archive and filing  management systems on long‐term storage media)  and  Workflow / Business process management (BPM)  Web content management (WCM) (including web  portals),
  • 8.  Commercial  Oracle ECM (Stellen)  IBM ECM(FileNet)  OpenText  Opensource  Magnolia  Exo Platform
  • 9. History of Alfresco  2005  John Newton, co‐founder of Documentum  John Powell, former COO of Business Objects  investment firms SAP, Accel Partners and Mayfield  Fund  2006  acquiring senior technical and managerial staff from  Interwoven  2007  hired the principal sales engineer from Vignette.
  • 10. Alfresco WCM  Is an Add on module  Both DM and WCM is in the single repo.  Community version  Enterprise version
  • 11. Alfresco WCM Alfresco Web Content Management (WCM) extends  Alfresco 2.1’s capabilities in the following areas:  XML content authoring  Multi‐channel content publishing  Sandboxed content development  Virtualization and in‐context preview of both  static and dynamic web pages  Content staging, promotion, workflow, and  snapshots  Links validation  Content launch and expiration
  • 12. XML content authoring  Dynamic Form to collect content from user  Create reusable XML using a simple browser‐based form  Register XML Schemas (XSDs)  Capabilities provided within a form include support for:  WYSIWYG content authoring with customizable controls on a  field‐by‐field basis  Re‐ordering and deletion of elements within a repeating list  Enforced data types with pre‐defined UI controls for data input  Standard HTML data entry widgets, including checkboxes, drop‐ downs, radio‐buttons, and multi‐select lists  File‐browser control creating references other assets with  support for constraint based on asset type (file or folder) and  mimetype  Client‐side data validation
  • 13. Multi‐channel Content Publishing  XSL  Freemarker  XSLFO templates To generate multiple output format  HTML  Text  PDF  Ext.
  • 14. Sandboxed Content Development  Provides each user with their own special  space  They can make any number of changes to  web content, including adding, editing, or  deleting both files and folders  Maintains those changes in isolation from  other      user’s  Their own separate virtual staging  environmentsText
  • 15. Tracking Updates  Versioning  File versioning  Directory versioning  Snapshoting  Rollback  Automatic support for site snapshots, rollback to any  snapshot  Each submission versions each file & parent directories  Each submission snapshots staging sandbox  Each snapshot available for rollback  Recovers deletions, moves, renames, etc.  Allows website to rollback to any point in time
  • 16. Enterprise Deployment
  • 17. Alfresco WCM Content Production Content Delivery Production Model Workflow Roles Static , Dynamic  Content Modeling Runtime Versioning Deployment FileSystem  Protection
  • 18. Alfresco WCM Content Production Content Delivery Low traffic High traffic Read/Write Read Content QA Deployment Flexible Workflow Scalability
  • 19. Deploying Updates Manual or Automatic  Deploy Staging to 1 or  more:  Remote File Servers  Alfresco runtime  servers  Can also deploy any  snapshots  Monitoring and logging  Transactional  Incremental
  • 20. Virtualization and In‐context Preview  User has a control over their content in the  sandbox  Complete virtual view of the website as it  would look if all changes in a sandbox where  committed  A large, diverse web team can easily  collaborate on changes to the website with  reduced risk
  • 21. Content Staging, Promotion, Workflow,  and Snapshots  Promoted from a sandbox to a Staging  sandbox  Submitted changes are routed via workflow  Once approved, a snapshot is automatically  taken of Staging  All committed changes are immediately  reflected
  • 22. Content Deployment  Good snapshots of Staging  Replicate incremental content changes  Remote file server  Remote Alfresco server  Tracking which Staging snapshot is currently  live
  • 23. Link Validation  Within a sandbox  users can check links within a  web application  Alfresco GUI to interactively correct and re‐ test links
  • 24. Content Launch and Expiration  Set a specific launch and expiration date
  • 25. WebForm  Dynamic Form to collect content from user
  • 26. Filesystem Projection  Similar to Subversion  Can browse through project using windows  explorer  Can access to any stage of document,  sandbox, preview and snapshot 
  • 27. Filesystem Projection
  • 28. CMSI(Content Management Inter‐ operability Services)
  • 29. Questions and Answers

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