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By Martin Bergljung

ISBN-10: 1782163522

ISBN-13: 9781782163527

The publication will convey readers the way to use Alfresco s implementation of CMIS via a tutorial-based technique. It additionally has lots of examples to assist illustrate the techniques that you'll learn.
If you're a developer who desires to construct functions that speak to content material administration servers in a customary approach utilizing CMIS, this ebook is perfect for you. it will likely be valuable in case you have a little programming adventure, even though it isn't really priceless.

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For example, Alfresco internally models renditions as a subtype of cmis:document. Renditions are not marked as includedInSuperType and so will not appear in queries for cmis:document. The following example selects all properties for all documents but does not include thumbnails (cm:thumbnail): SELECT * FROM cmis:document On the other hand, the following example includes cm:thumbnail and any subtypes that are set as includedInSuperType=true: SELECT * FROM cm:thumbnail To select specific properties for all documents, use the following query: SELECT cmis:name, cmis:description FROM cmis:document To select all documents that have a name containing the text alfresco, we can use the following: SELECT cmis:name FROM cmis:document WHERE cmis:name LIKE '%alfresco%' To perform a Full-Text Search (FTS), we need to use the SQL-92 CMIS extension CONTAINS() to look for any document with the text alfresco in it as follows: SELECT * FROM cmis:document WHERE CONTAINS('alfresco') The previous query will return all properties (columns) as we have used the wildcard *.

An Access Control Entry (ACE) in turn represents one or more permissions being granted to a principal, such as a user, group, role, or something similar. , and so on. 1) cmis:name: String cmis:description: String cmis:createdBy: String cmis:creationDate: DateTime cmis:lastModifiedBy: String cmis:lastModificationDate: DateTime cmis:changeToken cmis:relationship cmis:sourceId: Id cmis:targetId: Id cmis:folder cmis:parentId: Id cmis:path: String cmis:allowedChildObjectTypeIds: Id[] [ 16 ] cmis:policy cmis:policyText: String cmis:item cmis:secondary Chapter 1 All the objects and properties are defined in the cmis namespace.

The query language supports metadata and/or a full-text search (FTS is optional). The CMIS object type definitions contain some properties that are related to searching, which are as follows: • The queryable property should be set to true if the object type should be searchable. Non-queryable object types are excluded from the relational view and cannot appear in the FROM clause of a query statement. [ 18 ] Chapter 1 • The queryName property of a queryable object type is used to identify the object type in the FROM clause of a query statement.

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