This chapter was about customizing Alfresco's content model, configuring Alfresco Share to allow end users to work with the custom content model via the user interface, and using the CMIS API to create, search, update, and delete objects in the repository. Let's recap what we specifically learned.
The Alfresco repository is a hierarchical collection of nodes.
The Alfresco content model defines the data types of nodes and properties, and the relationships between nodes.
Extending the content model to make it relevant to your business problem involves creating an XML file to describe the model, then telling Alfresco about it through a Spring bean configuration file.
The fundamental building blocks used to define the content model include: Types, ...