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A Language Translation Service for Documentum

A Language Translation Service for Documentum

Providing content in users' native languages is becoming the expected norm. It is not uncommon for banks, credit card companies, insurers, government agencies, and manufactures to provide licensing agreements, rules and regulations, warranties (e.g., John Deere), and...

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VIDEO- Alfresco CMIS Integration- A Sneak Peak

VIDEO- Alfresco CMIS Integration- A Sneak Peak

For a few months now, I and our fellow team members have been working on developing a CMIS integration to seamlessly allow for Alfresco to be accessed from other platforms. This video demonstrates the components that we built on top of the standard CMIS 1.1 and that...

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ArkCase: Pluggable Authentication Modules with Spring

Over the past several months, I have written several blogs about my project, the ArkCase framework. In this post, I will cover how we have gotten ArkCase to work with Spring Security. It is important to note that each organization has their own user directory, their...

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ArkCase: Getting Some Love

It's been a long time (OK, a few years) since I last wrote about ArkCase.  What's been happening since then? We wrote the ArkCase  framework using Spring and Spring MVC.  It was successful: we supported a few customers.  One customer was very large and required many...

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CMIS Repository Interrogator Tool

As system integrators and specialists in enterprise content management (ECM), Armedia is often called upon to migrate customers from one ECM system to another, or to upgrade their current system to a new platform -- or some combination of these things.  Inevitably, we...

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Finding an Object’s Content File in Documentum

You probably know that Documentum (in its default state) stores content on the file system and retains a pointer to the content in its database. Likely, you have navigated the file store on the Content Server and discovered directories like...

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Birds of a Feather? Alfresco and Ephesoft

In our last blog we discussed the value and inherent benefits of integrating Alfresco, the open source enterprise content management platform, and Ephesoft, the open source intelligent document capture solution, in an enterprise solution. In this blog, let’s look at...

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Part III – Connecting to a Documentum Repository

 Once you have successfully completed the steps from Part II and the application has restarted following the steps takes to create a connection to the Documentum repository from my previous blog, you will need to establish the connection to the Documentum Content...

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Part II – Create a Connection to a Documentum Repository

Once you have completed the steps taken in Part I of this series, you need to create the connection. In order to utilize the integration between the Adobe FrameMaker application and the Documentum Content Server Repository, connection information must be added and...

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SharePoint 2010 – Documentum Integration

There are a number of blogs out there that talk about the EMC products that integrate SharePoint 2010 with Documentum along with the pros and cons of each product. However, I found the task of locating authoritative references to be infinitely more challenging....

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Drupal/ Alfresco Integration is The Word on the Street!

The excitement is palpable. The benefits of a Drupal/ Alfresco integration are considerable, both from a developer and an end-user's perspective. And users of one of these open source systems have already recognized this. So, what are the two system's at play in this...

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The Unseen Side of IT Projects

In the IT project world, conversations are technically based.  In the business world, focus is on applications and business needs. This can (and often does) lead to the true personal value of these systems being overlooked. Armedia had been awarded a contract with...

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Is Your EMR Holding You Hostage?

Let’s take a look at “Nirvana Health System,” a hypothetical 1000 bed system in the City of Nirvana. The system has 7000 employees, 7 hospitals, more than 200 doctors on staff, with another 800 or so who independently perform services in the area. Historically they...

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