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It sounds like a pretty horrific case of Vendor Lock-in. If I were in your place, I'd spend some serious time unpicking the Laserfiche file format with hex editors, and so on, see if I could figure out anything from the content of the file, and the hex representation of it. It might turn out that there's something standards-compliant buried inside an ugly ...


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The problem is due to using Java 6 (or earlier), whereas Java 7 is required. Install Java JDK 7 (or later) Add this line at the top of /bin/catalina.sh : JAVA_HOME="/path/to/jdk7"


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Most sane ISPs will filter CIFS traffic. You'll need to set up a VPN to the server and tunnel the CIFS traffic over that.


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You need to create a SMTP connector for that address space and configure it to relay messages to the server which will handle them: http://support.microsoft.com/kb/265293/en-us http://www.msexchange.org/tutorials/configuring-smtp-connector.html


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As you're on Enterprise, you can stop and start subsystems through JMX If you've not worked with JMX before, then the Alfresco wiki has quite a bit of information on it, and the Enterprise Documentation covers it too, including a guide to using JConsole. (You can also start and stop subsystems via code, if you need to do it programatically, the relevant ...


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Removing the following lines from krb5.conf solved the problem. forwardable = true proxiable = true


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db.pool.idle corresponds to maxIdle db.pool.min matches minIdle You can look them up in ./alfresco/WEB-INF/classes/alfresco/core-services-context.xml The same applies for various other parameters.


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I think I understand what you're after. Assuming I'm correct, you've got the same setup we have, and the simple answer is "Yes, it works" Let's try for some ASCII art of a directory tree: Root |--->Computers |--->Special Accounts |--->Accounts (*) |-->Head Office Users | |->Jim Smith | |->Jane Jones ...


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This line in your error log would suggest the problem lies with your database configuration: org.springframework.beans.factory.BeanCreationException: Error creating bean with name 'luceneIndexBackupComponent' defined in class path resource [alfresco/core-services-context.xml]: Invocation of init method failed; nested exception is ...


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Now there is docs.alfresco.com. It is the official documentation, hope you like it.


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Alfresco provide an Installation guide for Solr which covers most of what you'll need. From there, you'll see that in the context.xml file you copy into the Tomcat directory you can set the docBase to control where it finds the war, and solr/home for where it finds most of the rest of the Alfresco Solr setup. Finally, in the Solr home, there's a per-core ...


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Have a look on that https://github.com/jurgenlust/puppet-alfresco or maybe look on puppet forge


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It appears that its taking the CATALINA_OPTS value from somewhere else, have a look at catalina.sh also try to put/define these settings in catalina.sh instead of startup.sh.


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Assuming you are hosting Alfresco in a Tomcat container and assuming you have enabled the AJP protocol in that Tomcat instance (recommended) on the default port in Tomcat's server.xml, something like the following should work. ProxyPass /alfresco ajp://localhost:8009/alfresco ProxyPassReverse /alfresco ajp://localhost:8009/alfresco ProxyPass /share ...


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Many thanks to @MichaelHampton. Was finally able to confirm my local ISP was the issue and that the settings were working by launching a second AWS EC2 instance and testing the connection from there.


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Also look at the post at https://forums.alfresco.com/forum/installation-upgrades-configuration-integration/configuration/ldap-authentication-ad-email#comment-155600 to see whats is going on. The issue is alfresco does a dn look up and it does not search for an object and then try to login with password. In that kind of scenario you have to be extra ...


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The trick here is that in the CMIS protocol, the CMIS URL contains more URLs, that are then used to perform all actions you want. The first request (on port 443) generates a response that contains a long list of further URLs, all on port 8080. The solution is to modify the Tomcat configuration file server.xml in the section concerning port 8080, and add ...


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Unfortunately Alfresco's repository is not designed to support namechanges for users and groups (authorities). You may change the displayname by using the Alfresco API but this is not what you are looking for. By default a namechange of a group in AD will result in a delete an recreate with all consequences (any grants to these groups would be removed). In ...


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I bought CMS Watch's ECM Report, it contains a very detailed comparison. It is not free though :-( And all other comparisons I could find are already quite old... sorry :-/ Try asking on Nuxeo and Alfresco's forums.


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I think it is intended. Modifications must be done using Active Directory, since you sync from it. It is not two-ways.


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it seems you have to set the logging options in "webapps/alfresco/WEB-INF/classes/log4j.properties" and not in the alfresco-global.properties file. apparently that one overrides the global properties file.


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We have implemented the same thing for one of our client, Earlier we had the same approach but found difficult to integrate the Varnish cache with liferay , So we added the Caching framework at Service layer and cache the alfresco content, And accessed the content VIA Java web api.


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Alfresco maintains an introduction user guide, it is called Alfresco in one hour and is available in 5 languages, PDF or video. Unfortunately requires free registration. More exhaustive is Getting started with Explorer DM which explains everything people need to use the Alfresco Explorer to do document management.


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There is an end-user manual here, by Romain Delalande & Brice Chaffangeon. Its a little old (2008), but seems fairly comprehensive.


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In the previous question, the OP stated that there's a LF toolkit available for about $2400; sounds like that's the way to go for trying to migrate data from a proprietary repository.


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For Q1, I think you are the most qualified one to come up with problems that can pop up in your environment. For many of your bullets I would like to ask ideas about how the candidate would do the tasks; for example, when it comes to shell access, would they use something like rssh or lshell for restrictions, would they use SELinux and so on. The best kind ...


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Your problem will most likely be related to having a full disk but even if it's not something else will break because of it so tackle that first. Use the command du --max-depth=1 / | sort -rn to get a list of the files and directories and the disk space they use (in blocks). The higher up the list the more disk space being used. You can then use the same ...


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I think you should configure an LDAP (or AD) server, as Kerberos alone doesn't have any mechanism of allowing users to be in different groups, which allows you to map them to roles in Alfresco's RBAC mechanism. So you'll need to have some mechanism of user-grouping in your authentication backend, and AD is probably the easiest way to go about that.


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This chain should work: authentication.chain=kerberos1:kerberos but as far as I know MIT kerberos won't work out of the box with Alfresco kerberos authentication backend. You might need some additionnal config on the KDC you can still use ldap if your KDC uses an LDAP directory as a backend and passthru would only work if you have samb along side with ...


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You can use the --verbose cifs mounting option when using mount.cifs. For example: mount.cifs //winserver/folder /mnt/foo --verbose -o rw,-dom=addomain,dir_mode=0775,file_mode=0664,soft or if you are using an fstab entry you can try: echo 7 > /proc/fs/cifs/cifsFYI Then type: dmesg or simply check /var/log/messages or /var/log/syslog and to ...



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