Stambia Data Integration allows to work with the Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) standard, that is used to manage content management systems documents and folders.
A CMIS Metadata is available to reverse all the Documents, Folders and Relationships Types that can then be used in mappings to perform operations on the CMIS server.
- Stambia DI Designer S18.2.0 or higher
- Stambia DI Runtime S17.3.0 or higher
Stambia DI is a flexible and agile solution. It can be quickly adapted to your needs.
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This component may require a dedicated license.
Please contact the Stambia support team if you have any doubt and if you need to use it in a production environment.
You can find below the necessary material to work with CMIS in Stambia
Stambia DI CMIS connector plugin.
Install it under the plugins/ folder of the Stambia DI Designer.
At the next start, the necessary libraries will be deployed.
Note: If you are using another Runtime than the one shipped in the Designer, copy the files generated under <Stambia_Designer_Installation>/stambiaRuntime/lib/addons/cmis/ in the <Stambia_Runtime_Installation>/lib/addons/cmis/ folder of your Runtime (create it if it does not exist)
|Generic Templates||Package containing the generic Templates||download|
Package containing the CMIS Templates
Note: They depend on Generic Templates that must be imported too
|Demonstration Project||A project that demonstrates most of the features through examples of Mappings and Processes||download|
You can find bellow an overview of what Stambia can do with CMIS servers
The following CMIS objects can be reversed automatically in a CMIS Metadata:
The following operations can be performed on CMIS documents:
The following operations can be performed on CMIS Folders:
|Relationships||Relationships can be created between two CMIS Documents|
All the operations are performed directly on the CMIS server
The sent Documents are defined on the Mappings, by using a relative or absolute path to the physical files
After each CMIS invocation, the resulted Document/Folder properties can be stored in Rdbms
The CMIS Properties of the Documents and Folders can be defined in the Mappings during Integrations
They can moreover be retrieved after each CMIS invocation to be stored in Rdbms
|CMIS Object Id||The CMIS Object Id, identifying uniquely the Documents and Folders, can be used for getting or updating Document and Folders.|
The CMIS query language can be used when getting Documents or Folders.
This allows to retrieve a filtered list of Documents or Folders.