Configuring Alfresco SAML SSO Module with Okta IdP

Alfresco recently released a new patch for their SAML Single Sign On solution module. This module allows Alfresco user’s to configure their Alfresco installation with their Single Sign On (SSO) Identity Provider. In this tutorial, I’ll explain the process of configuring Okta to be used with the module. Note: This tutorial is assuming you’ve followed… Read more »

Debugging and Integration Testing in Alfresco SDK 3.0

Alfresco has updated its SDK! See our articles here and here about the basics. In its current state, SDK 3.0 doesn’t support unit testing. It does, however, have a robust Integration Testing framework which, in many ways, covers the same ground and then some. In this article I’ll be going into the basics of Integration… Read more »

Alfresco SDK 3.0 Walkthrough, Part 2

If you missed our first part of this walkthrough series, you’ll want to check that out first, as it will inform this one. In the last post we talked about setting up the base project and discussed the pom files. Now, we’ll dive a little deeper into the folder structures and other files, and how they’ll… Read more »

Coming soon: Alfresco Connector for Dropbox

Lately here at Fika we’ve been thinking of a fun new Community project for Alfresco that will provide users a way to connect to their content. In that regard, we noticed an Alfresco integration for Dropbox[1] that was mostly finished, but needed to be updated. The API it used is being retired by Dropbox at… Read more »

Unlocking the power of JavaScript in Alfresco

Alfresco is a powerful open source content management platform. One thing that makes Alfresco great is the span of tools you can leverage to extend your Alfresco deployment. For developers, this means finding familiar ground without looking very far. Alfresco’s server side JavaScript processor is one of those familiar friends to developers, analysts, and savvy… Read more »

Content Services, the Future of ECM

For the past 10 or more years businesses have been bombarded with various strategies and tools they can leverage to manage user devices. Anyone working in technology has, at some point, been pointed to the importance of establishing a policy for BYOD (Bring Your Own Device). Businesses of all sizes have accepted that employees, contractors, and clients want… Read more »

Alfresco SDK 3.0 is here!

Alfresco SDK 3.0 was released in mid-March. Over the coming weeks, we will be making a few tutorial posts to cover some of the important differences and caveats between this new SDK version and the previous versions. Our hope is that this information will help developers making the switch to the latest version. Here’s what you… Read more »

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Configuring Alfresco SAML SSO Module with Okta IdP

Alfresco recently released a new patch for their SAML Single Sign On solution module. This module allows Alfresco user’s to configure their Alfresco installation with their Single Sign On (SSO) Identity Provider. In this tutorial, I’ll explain the process of configuring Okta to be used with the module. Note: This tutorial is assuming you’ve followed… Read more »

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Content Migration: Being Prepared

Much like negotiating a treaty between two countries who do not share a common language, someone will be faced with the task of translating. If that translator is not properly prepared the outcome might create more problems than it solves.

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Debugging and Integration Testing in Alfresco SDK 3.0

Alfresco has updated its SDK! See our articles here and here about the basics. In its current state, SDK 3.0 doesn’t support unit testing. It does, however, have a robust Integration Testing framework which, in many ways, covers the same ground and then some. In this article I’ll be going into the basics of Integration… Read more »

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