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Alfresco 3 Web Content Management by Vinita Choudhary, Pallika Majmudar, Amita Bhandari, Munwar Shariff

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FSR for static delivery

A File System Receiver (FSR) will need to be installed and configured on each live or test server to receive published static content from the Alfresco Staging Server.

The FSR is a small, standalone server that receives updates from an Alfresco repository running Web Content Management; content is published to a flat filesystem. The published flat files will typically be served by a web server such as Apache, for static content or an application server such as Tomcat, JBoss, or IIS for web applications (WARs, PHP files, and so on).

FSR requires filesystem access and must run as a user with appropriate rights to the target filesystem. The FSR is a standalone Java Daemon (no Tomcat or other app server required) and it has ...

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