Articles by: dmiller

CMIS, SharePoint 2010, and file checkouts

SharePoint 2010 is the first SharePoint with a CMIS adapter.  SharePoint 2010 offers a Web Part to request data from other CMIS servers (e.g. Alfresco and Documentum), and a CMIS producer to offer data to CMIS clients (e.g. Apache Chemistry). Theoretically this means...

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Webapps and Separation of Concerns

Separation of concerns is a big deal in software engineering.  Program structures should be nicely organized, such that distinct tasks are handled by distinct program elements.  In other words: no business logic wrapped up in our SQL statements; no data access in our...

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Oracle and Java = Goodness

Two exciting announcements from Oracle the last few days: JCP.Next - Oracle Proposes Changes to JCP: Enforced transparency (open mailing lists, open issue trackers); and greater throughput (more frequent JSR updates, and deactivating JSRs when they stop making...

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The Browser is the VM

Just like thousands (millions?) of others, I spent the last 9 years writing services for Web applications.  I always concentrated on the server side, and never took the browser seriously as a software development platform.  I assume I'm not alone, given the prevalence...

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The People of Case Management

In my last post, I answered the question "What is Case Management." Now, lets look at another question: What are case managers?  Who is it that does all this case management? The answer to the question "What are case managers?" has several components which make up the...

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What is Case Management?

So many times, we hear the same response from clients "what is case management? I've heard of content mangement and records management, but what is CASE management?" Armedia writes about case management, and we help our customers implement case management solutions,...

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