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From Ben Chevallereau <>
Subject Re: Question regarding Chemistry Parts
Date Tue, 24 Feb 2015 10:08:22 GMT
1. I confirm Jay’s answer. Only the browser binding will be supported.
3. There is no release map clearly defined right now. Do you have any deadline or use case
that we could help you with?


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On February 20, 2015 at 6:36:09 PM, Jay Brown ( wrote:

1. Chemistry parts will only work with the Browser Binding.  (by design)
2.  FileNet CMIS (part of IBM Content Navigator (ICN) product) currently ships a tech preview
version that supports CMIS 1.1 (including the browser binding). This is included with all
ICN 2.0.3 and later releases.   The unofficial plan is for this to be GA later this year
and we update this with every fixpack.

3.  The authors can respond to this one.


 "Lu, Wentao" ---02/20/2015 10:22:00 AM---Hi, We are currently using Chemistry java and .Net
API here, but we have more and more requests look


"Lu, Wentao" <>


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02/20/2015 10:22 AM


Question regarding Chemistry Parts


We are currently using Chemistry java and .Net API here, but we have more and more requests
looking for CMIS javascript library and find "Apache Chemistry Parts", I have a few questions
regarding this library:

1.        Looks like it only support "browser" binding in CMIS 1.1, not web service and
atompub, is the correct? Is there a plan to support 1.0 binding in the near future?

2.       Our current CMIS server (FileNet CMIS) only support CMIS 1.0, but looks like if
we put Chemistry bridge in front  of it and do the conversion, this Chemistry Part code will
work, do you see any potential issues here for this approach (assume we only use 1.0 functions)?

3.       Chemistry Parts has not been released yet, is there an ETA for the release?  In
another words, how mature of this library so far?


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