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CMIS panel discussion at AIIM info360

Tomorrow at 11:30am local time there will be an informal CMIS panel at the AIIM info360 conference in Philadelphia (i.e. Doculabs expo booth 434). This panel is organized by AIIM (Betsy Fanning). Thomas Pole, iECM co-chair and organizer of the CMIS demo, will be the moderator.

My EMC colleague and OASIS CMIS TC chair, Dr. David Choy, will provide an overview of CMIS at 11:30am leading into the panel discussion. As a reminder to my fellow TC’ers, the panel is open to any TC member.

So, if you’re at AIIM info360 and want to learn more about CMIS, please join the discussion. You can also stop by the EMC booth (#825) for the duration of the expo. Cheers!

AIIM iECM demo of CMIS

Yesterday at the AIIM info360 conference in Philadelphia, the iECM committee announced its sponsored demonstration of CMIS. The AIIM press release has more details here.

Today that demo is live: http://aiim-iecm.org/cmisdemoc/. If you’re at AIIM info360, please stop by the EMC booth (#825) for a personal tour of the demo application.

If you want to understand how the demo was made, I encourage you to read Pie’s account, especially since he was a central figure in producing the application above compliant repositories, including EMC.

EMC Documentum CMIS EA2

Earlier today, the second Early Access (EA2) release of EMC Documentum ECM Platform support for the proposed CMIS standard (i.e. current v0.5 draft) was made publicly available via EDN Labs.

EA2 features support for both bindings in the proposed draft standard: SOAP and AtomPub.

  • CMIS EA2 WSDL endpoints are available as follows:
    http://host:port/services/cmis/service?wsdl
    (e.g. http://localhost:8080/services/cmis/RepositoryService?wsdl)
  • CMIS EA2 AtomPub service document is available as follows:
    http://host:port/resources/cmis
  • CMIS EA2 WADL for the AtomPub resources (not covered by the CMIS specification):
    http://host:port/resources/application.wadl

You’ll find more deployment details in the associated guide.

EMC is committed to CMIS and the standards process. Just as there was an EA1 before this update, there will be subsequent EA releases in the future. Hopefully by making CMIS support available to you as the proposed standard develops and matures, you will consider exercising the draft bindings and submitting your feedback. Thanks in advance!

Update 1/27/2008: Pie (Laurence Hart) has posted about AIIM’s intention to demonstrate CMIS-based interoperability at its upcoming Expo via a prototype. EMC is looking forward to participating in this effort, which will provide a nice proof point for ECM customers, partners and vendors all.