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Gary Cox

New Partner Feature: M-Files

Recently, the Blue Fish team sat in on a training with Enterprise Content Management (ECM) provider, M-Files, to receive updated training on their system. We learned about the latest features in M-Files, and how M-Files is uniquely positioned to help companies keep up with the challenging task of managing their data and content today. Interestingly, […]

New Features in Ephesoft Transact 4.1

New Features in Ephesoft Transact 4.1

At the Ephesoft Innovate conference in October, 2016, the Ephesoft team highlighted the new features that would be part of the Ephesoft 4.1 release. Ephesoft 4.1 is now available, and this article will highlight some of the main new features in this version. The first major change is that the Ephesoft product has been re-branded […]

Connecting to Active Directory with LDAPS for Ephesoft 4.x

Connecting to Active Directory with LDAPS for Ephesoft 4.x

Ephesoft provides integration with OpenLDAP and Active Directory. Ephesoft supports authenticating against these servers, and it also supports importing groups to use as Roles for Batch Classes and for setting user rights based on group membership.  However, all of the documentation provided describes connecting via LDAP, and not LDAPS (LDAP over SSL). This article describes the […]

Adding Metadata Fields to Simple Search and Live Search with Alfresco 5

Adding Metadata Fields to Simple Search and Live Search with Alfresco 5

Alfresco 5 supports a newer version of the SOLR search engine than previous Alfresco releases. With this new engine, live search and filtered search have been added to the product. Much like previous versions of Alfresco, a simple search box is provided in Alfresco Share to allow for quickly searching for documents. This simple search […]

Adding Custom Indicators to the Alfresco Share Document Library

Adding Custom Indicators to the Alfresco Share Document Library

The Alfresco Share Document Library provides a set of status indicators that can be used to indicate the state of of a document (or folder) in Alfresco. This can include indicator icons for attached Aspects as well (such as EXIF aspect for photos). There are a variety of indicators provided out of the box. Some […]

Student Files Developer Bundle for Alfresco

Student Files Developer Bundle for Alfresco

This video provides a demonstration of our Student Files Developer Bundle. The video walks through the features that are provided with this product for Alfresco. In this video, we highlight the features of our Student Files Developer Bundle product. The Student Files product was created to help schools maintain an Alfresco Share Site for managing […]

Large File Uploads with Alfresco Fronted by IIS

Large File Uploads with Alfresco Fronted by IIS

Although the Tomcat instance running Alfresco can be accessed directly, many of our clients prefer to front Tomcat with a web server such as Apache or IIS. Recently, we noticed a problem when uploading large files to Alfresco Share when fronted by IIS. Small file uploads worked fine; however, large files would fail on upload […]

Technical Session Highlights from the San Francisco 2014 Alfresco Summit

Technical Session Highlights from the San Francisco 2014 Alfresco Summit

The 2014 Alfresco Summit was held in San Francisco and London, and several members of the Blue Fish team attended the San Francisco conference. The San Francisco Alfresco Summit ran from September 23rd to the 25th.  The first day of the Summit had a full day of training classes available, and Alfresco also hosted a […]

Building Your CMIS Toolkit: Querying and Updating Alfresco from External Applications

Building Your CMIS Toolkit: Querying and Updating Alfresco from External Applications

Did you ever have the need to just whip up a simple tool to programmatically update a set of documents?  Or maybe just do some in-depth queries of the repository to answer an executive’s questions about content within your repository?  Do you ever struggle with “where to start” when trying to fulfill what seems like […]