|CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action
Florian Müller, Jay Brown, and Jeff Potts
MEAP Began: September 2012
Softbound print: July 2013 (est.) | 500 pages
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Table of Contents, MEAP Chapters & Resources
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PART I: UNDERSTANDING CMIS
1. Introducing CMIS - FREE
2. Exploring the CMIS domain model - AVAILABLE
3. Creating, updating, and deleting objects with CMIS - AVAILABLE
4. CMIS metadata: Types and properties - AVAILABLE
5. Query - AVAILABLE
PART II: HANDS ONCMIS CLIENT DEVELOPMENT
6. Meet your new project: the Blend - AVAILABLE
7. The Blend: Read and query functionality - AVAILABLE
8. The Blend: Create, update and delete functionality - AVAILABLE
9. Using other client libraries - AVAILABLE
10. Building Mobile Apps with CMIS - AVAILABLE
PART III: ADVANCED TOPICS
11. CMIS Bindings - AVAILABLE
12. Security and control - AVAILABLE
13. Performance - AVAILABLE
14. Building a CMIS server - AVAILABLE
PART IV: APPENDIXES
A. Building and installing OpenCMIS
B. CMIS SQL BNF grammar
C. CMIS cheat sheet
E. References and resources
The OASIS CMIS (Content Management Interoperability Services) standard is the lingua franca of Enterprise Content Management (ECM) systems like SharePoint, Alfresco, IBM FileNet, OpenText, Nuxeo, and Documentum. This specification, agreed to and implemented by most ECM vendors, provides a standardized, vendor- and language-neutral way to access any compliant content repository, much like SQL does for databases. Apache Chemistry is a complete reference implementation of the CMIS standard, offering robust APIs for developers writing tools, applications, and servers. In short, if you're a developer working with enterprise content management systems, you need to know CMIS. This book is for you.
- The only book on CMIS development endorsed by OASIS.
- Complete coverage of the CMIS 1.0 and 1.1 specifications
- Hands on cookbook style tutorials covering critical aspects of Apache Chemistry APIs
- Real world examples including a complete web based CMIS music server
- A turnkey CMIS test server and client including all source code for the book's examples
This book requires some familiarity with content management systems and a standard programming language like Java or C#. No exposure to CMIS or Apache Chemistry is needed.
About the Authors
The authors are among the original contributors and leadership of Apache Chemistry, and they are some of the original and continuing authors of the CMIS specification at OASIS. They continue to shape the CMIS implementations at Alfresco, IBM, and SAP. Jay Brown is an Architect and CMIS Evangelist for IBM where he has designed several of IBM's CMIS products shipping today. He's an original contributor to the Oasis CMIS 1.0 spec and authored several of the CMIS 1.1 features. Jay regularly speaks on this subject at IBM's annual conferences. Florian Müller is an ECM Development Architect at SAP. He's a member of the CMIS Technical Committee and CMIS specification editor. He is chair of the Apache Chemistry project and a core developer of Apache Chemistry OpenCMIS and Apache Chemistry DotCMIS. Jeff Potts is the Chief Community Officer at Alfresco. He started working with CMIS in 2009 and maintains cmislib, a Python client API for CMIS. Jeff regularly speaks about Alfresco, cmislib, and the CMIS specification at conferences and events around the world.
About the Early Access Version
This Early Access version of CMIS and Apache Chemistry in Action enables you to receive new chapters as they are being written. You can also interact with the authors to ask questions, provide feedback and errata, and help shape the final manuscript on the Author Online
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