Content Services for the Web!          Whats new in 4.0?!                                Brian Remmington                 ...
In this session…! •  Overview of Alfresco content services for the web! •  Introduction to the File Transfer Receiver! •  ...
Alfresco Content Services for the Web Java Portal         PHP Web              Java WEM                   Custom App      ...
Alfresco Content Services for the Web                                         Tomorrow	  3:10pm	         Java Portal      ...
Content Services for the Web!Control Content •  The most flexible, standards-compliant, open workflow engine in the    world...
Content Services for the Web!Control Content •  The most flexible, standards-compliant, open workflow engine in the    world...
Whatʼs new in 4.0?!The File Transfer Receiver •  Enables content in your Alfresco repository to be transferred to a    rem...
Seeing It Work!
File Transfer Receiver!Configuration •  ftr-launcher.properties!  •  ftr.tomcat.baseDir=${user.dir}!  •  ftr.tomcat.portNu...
File Transfer Receiver!Listening and reacting to transfers •  Implement org.alfresco.repo.transfer.fsr.TransferListener! •...
Whatʼs New in 4.0?!Social Content Publishing •  Publish content from your document libraries to external content    delive...
Seeing It Work!
Social Content Publishing!Build your own channel types •  Designed as an extensible framework! •  Extend org.alfresco.repo...
Social Content Publishing!!Accessing it programmatically •  Using the Java API!  •  ChannelService – manage channel types ...
Questions?!           @brianremmington          forums.alfresco.com
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WCM-1 Alfresco Content Services for WCM

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In this session, Brian will start by giving a quick overview of the services that Alfresco provides to support WCM scenarios and will then talk about two features that are new in 4.0: the File Transfer Receiver and Social Content Publishing. For each of these he will look at configuration options, accessing them programmatically, and extending them to provide custom behaviour. In addition, he will endeavour to answer any questions you may have. All this in just 50 minutes! Not to be missed.

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WCM-1 Alfresco Content Services for WCM

  1. 1. Content Services for the Web! Whats new in 4.0?! Brian Remmington Product Architect, Alfresco @brianremmington
  2. 2. In this session…! •  Overview of Alfresco content services for the web! •  Introduction to the File Transfer Receiver! •  Introduction to Social Content Publishing! •  Q&A!
  3. 3. Alfresco Content Services for the Web Java Portal PHP Web Java WEM Custom App Web Quick Start or otherUse case: internal Use case: Use case: Use case: or external web- Public website or Full Web Experience Home-grown web based portal community site Management with application in PHP, JSR-168 flexible delivery tier Spring MVC, Rails, etc. Full Featured CMIS CMIS Integration RESTful APIsAlfresco Platform
  4. 4. Alfresco Content Services for the Web Tomorrow  3:10pm   Java Portal PHP Web Mo-vate   Custom App Java WEMToday  2:00pm   Web Quick Start or other Mo-vate   Use case: internal Use case: Use case: Use case: or external web- Public website or Full Web Experience Home-grown web based portal community site Management with application in PHP, JSR-168 flexible delivery tier Spring MVC, Rails, etc. Full Featured CMIS CMIS Integration RESTful APIs Alfresco Platform Tomorrow  10:00am   Mo-vate   Tomorrow  8:40am   Mo-vate  
  5. 5. Content Services for the Web!Control Content •  The most flexible, standards-compliant, open workflow engine in the world! •  Rock-solid versioning and access control! •  Flexible content modelling with complete link integrity built in!Transform Content •  The Rendition Service can transform content from and to a huge number of formats – both binary and text! •  Completely extensible to support custom transforms!Publish Content •  Transfer content to remote Alfresco repositories and file systems! •  Publish content to external platforms: Flickr, YouTube, SlideShare, etc!
  6. 6. Content Services for the Web!Control Content •  The most flexible, standards-compliant, open workflow engine in the world! Today  5:10pm   •  Rock-solid versioning and access control! Mo-vate   •  Flexible content modelling with complete link integrity built in!Transform Content •  The Rendition Service can transform content from and to a huge number of formats – both binary and text! Today  from  3:10pm   •  Completely extensible to support custom transforms!Publish Content Imagine   •  Transfer content to remote Alfresco repositories and file systems! •  Publish content to external platforms: Flickr, YouTube, SlideShare, etc!
  7. 7. Whatʼs new in 4.0?!The File Transfer Receiver •  Enables content in your Alfresco repository to be transferred to a remote file system using the Transfer Service! •  Supports “sync-mode” transfer, so can also be used by the Replication Service to replicate folders! •  Packaged as a standalone component that wraps an embedded Tomcat 7 instance and an embedded DerbyDB! •  Can be redeployed into an existing JEE web container if preferred!      Alfresco      FTR   HTTP
  8. 8. Seeing It Work!
  9. 9. File Transfer Receiver!Configuration •  ftr-launcher.properties! •  ftr.tomcat.baseDir=${user.dir}! •  ftr.tomcat.portNum=9090! •  ftr-custom.properties! •  fileTransferReceiver.stagingDirectory=./ftr-staging! •  fileTransferReceiver.rootDirectory=./ftr-root! •  fileTransferReceiver.jdbcUrl=jdbc:derby:./ derbyDB;create=true;user=alfresco;password=alfresco! •  fileTransferReceiver.username=admin! •  fileTransferReceiver.password=admin! •  ftr-custom-context.xml! •  Add / override Spring beans in here!
  10. 10. File Transfer Receiver!Listening and reacting to transfers •  Implement org.alfresco.repo.transfer.fsr.TransferListener! •  Override the definition of the bean “fileTransferListeners”:
 <bean id="fileTransferListeners" class="java.util.ArrayList"> <constructor-arg> <list> <bean class="com.example.transfer.MyTransferListener" /> </list> </constructor-arg> </bean> •  Receive callbacks when files and folders are created, updated, deleted, and moved.
  11. 11. Whatʼs New in 4.0?!Social Content Publishing •  Publish content from your document libraries to external content delivery services: Flickr, YouTube, and SlideShare out-of-the-box! •  Automatically post status updates to announce your newly published content: Facebook, Twitter, and LinkedIn out-of-the-box! •  Define and manage your publishing channels in Share! •  Create and register your own custom publishing channel types!      Alfresco  
  12. 12. Seeing It Work!
  13. 13. Social Content Publishing!Build your own channel types •  Designed as an extensible framework! •  Extend org.alfresco.repo.publishing.AbstractChannelType •  Use the six provided types as guides – these give examples of OAuth1a, OAuth2, and proprietary authorisation and authentication schemes! •  org.alfresco.repo.publishing.flickr.* •  org.alfresco.repo.publishing.facebook.* •  etc…! •  A channel type may optionally support publishing content, posting status updates, and “unpublishing” content! •  Your channel type and its icons are automatically picked up by Share!
  14. 14. Social Content Publishing!!Accessing it programmatically •  Using the Java API! •  ChannelService – manage channel types and channels! •  PublishingService – create and discover publishing events! •  Using the “publish-content” action (PublishContentActionExecuter)! •  Supports all the capabilities of the underlying publishing service including scheduling, unpublishing, and posting status updates.! •  Various properties can be specified, such as:
 “publish-channel-name”
 “status-update”
 “status-update-channel-names”
 “include-link-in-status-update”
 “scheduled-time”!
  15. 15. Questions?! @brianremmington forums.alfresco.com

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