2017-06-29 13:50 GMT+02:00 Karl Wright <[EMAIL PROTECTED]>:

The CMIS Output Connector invokes update/upload requests directly against a
repository API without any middle-step. So it is different from the
previous approach discussed for the Alfresco BFSI Output Connector.

Here we will stream binaries using the CMIS API for uploading and updating
contents.

We use the documentURL generated from any repository connector and even if
we found the same content with exactly the same documentURL, we will update
the content (properties and stream).

This afternoon I'm working on integration tests for the CMIS Output
Connector and I hope to commit very soon this final part.

I'll let you know as soon as possible when we can merge to the trunk.

PJ

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