ALFRESCO METADATA EXTRACTOR PDF

For any Content Management System It is very important to manage content and its metadata. Metadata are the properties associated with any content which gives identity to particular document. It is basically a set of properties associated with content which make it more relevant. Various rules can be created in repository which executes actions on incoming documents to do various operations like moving it to relevant space or transforming it to another content type etc…in short, metadata is one the most significant part of any CMS.

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For any Content Management System It is very important to manage content and its metadata. Metadata are the properties associated with any content which gives identity to particular document. It is basically a set of properties associated with content which make it more relevant. Various rules can be created in repository which executes actions on incoming documents to do various operations like moving it to relevant space or transforming it to another content type etc…in short, metadata is one the most significant part of any CMS.

Next question which comes to our mind is from where these metadatas are produced or generated? For different type of documents already have some set of metadata associated with them some of the very common are title, description, author, mimetype etc…which are associated through the editor in which those documents are produced like MSWord and Excel.

Most of the above extractor internally use Apache tika library to extract the meta-information. Once this meta data are extracted it is associated with the properties defined inside alfresco based on the mapping provided with each metadata extractor class.

We can also create our own metadata extractor class for the document types which are not supported out of box. We will learn about it in upcoming articles. Keep following. Your email address will not be published. Currently you have JavaScript disabled.

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Metadata Extraction in Alfresco Written by mitpatoliya. How does Alfresco handle those basic metadata when document is uploaded in Alfresco? Author Spotlight. Alfresco CMS is my area of expertise.

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When importing files, each is uploaded with additional information including things like title, description, and text. Out of the box, Alfresco extracts the properties that have been mapped and metadata is taken from the content using Apache Tika. The TikaAutoMetadataExtracter class loads the supported mime types so all users have to do is create a bean that references that class and then set the properties desired in extraction. The following are some simple samples for how metadata can be pulled from different mime types and set to Alfresco properties. Since Apache Tika is used as a basic metadata extractor in Alfresco, you can use that to extract metadata for all the mime types that it supports. The current version of Tika that Alfresco is using for Alfresco 5.

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