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Alfresco CMIS by Martin Bergljung

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Support for Alfresco-specific features

Some Alfresco features, such as aspects, have no corresponding CMIS definition but are supported in different ways.

Aspects

In the Alfresco 4.2 Community and Enterprise installations that I have, the getTypeChildren call (that is, http://localhost:8080/alfresco/api/-default-/public/cmis/versions/1.1/atom/types) returns the cmis:secondary type, which means that Alfresco supports this CMIS 1.1 base type. Secondary types are used to apply extra properties to a CMIS object. More than one secondary type can be applied to an object. Alfresco exposes any aspects (basically a group of properties) that have been applied to a node using this type.

To find out what aspects have been applied to an object, we can request ...

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