may 04 2012
Categories : Tips and Tricks, Tutorials
For a client I needed to come up with a solution to use a specific metadata edit form when the document had a certain aspect applied. Reason was that that if it had this aspect, you should only be allowed to edit this subset of metadata, not the default name, title etc (sort of a lockdown). Out of the box you can only configure different forms based on document type so I needed to find a way to see if the document had the aspect applied, and if so show a special form.
Tags : share, forms, surf
oct 30 2011
Categories : Notes
Many of you that use Alfresco is probably not aware of that Alfresco has built in support for multilingual properties. Out of the box Alfresco use this for Title and Description, but only for those two. What this means for documents is that if you are logged into Share as a user with en_US locale preferences and create a document with title “My English Title” and description “My English description”, then a user with sv_SE (as in swedish) updates the properties to title “My Swedish Title” and description “My Swedish description”, any user with en_US will still see the original text, sv_SE user will see the “translated” Swedish text. For this to happen you do not need to have that language pack installed. To test this I recommend Firefox with the plugin Quick Locale Switcher.
Tags : share, forms, i18n