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From Florian Müller <>
Subject Re: Cmis Alfresco
Date Mon, 14 May 2012 15:11:28 GMT
 Hi Vincent,

 The aim of CMIS is to be repository vendor independent and most 
 applications don't need to know which server they are talking to. The 
 CMIS specification covers most standard content related use cases.

 You should avoid all additional functionalities a repository provides, 
 if you can. If you discover that you heavily rely on non-standard 
 functionality, check if CMIS is the right interface for you. It might, 
 but it is a good indicator to verify your decision.

 If you really have to, you can check which repository you are connected 
 to. The repository info provides the vendor and the product name.



> Hello !
> It seems Cmis implementation depends on the software.
> For example :
> I'm not a cmis specialist to properly evaluate if the differences are
> significant but if they are, wouldn't the libs need some kind of
> doctype (I'm more of web developper ... ) to know which rules may
> apply ?
> Have a nice day !
> Vincent

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