Lab Environment (Virtual Machine)
Module 1 - Introduction to Content Modeling
Module 2 - Content Modeling Fundamentals
Module 3 - Content Model File Structure
Module 4 - Creating and Deploying a Content Model
Module 5 - Types
Module 6 - Associations
Module 7 - Aspects
Module 8 - Constraints
Module 9 - Overrides
Module 10 - Repository Integrity and Indexing
Module 11 - Course Wrap-up
[DEPRECATED] - Content Modeling
New to Alfresco? Need to design custom content models? Optimal deployment of the system requires modeling content to your business needs. This course guides you through all the principles you need to know to design, build and deploy your own custom content models.
This course has been deprecated and will shortly be replaced by a series of newer courses that are based upon a Docker Compose lab environment.
You will still be able to register for and take this course until 30th June 2019 when your access to the lab environment will be removed
A list of replacement courses will be provided here when available.
You can find further details about the changes that are being made in the FAQs.
Description: This entry level eLearning course is designed for administrators and developers new to Alfresco. During the course, students build and deploy a new custom content model from the ground up, utilizing fundamentals, principles, and rules of content modeling. Through a series of lectures, demonstrations and lab exercises you will learn about the concepts behind Alfresco’s content modeling in an Enterprise Content Management (ECM) platform. Content models are the core of ECM organization and management principles. This course clearly separates the ECM from a “simple file system” by describing the theory, design, and use of Alfresco’s content model. In addition to the fundamentals, this course will provide the student with the knowledge and confidence to customize their own content models.
Audience: Administrators and Developers.
Prerequisites: XML Knowledge
Important: You will have access to the course content for a full year from the date you enrolled. However, if you have a Virtual Machine assigned to the course, the VM will only be available for a total of 30 days from your enrollment. Ensure you complete all lab exercises within this window.
Module 1 -- Introduction to Content Modeling
Module 2 -- Content Modeling Fundamentals
Module 3 -- Content Model File Structure
Module 4 -- Creating and Deploying a Content Model
Module 5 -- Types
Module 6 -- Associations
Module 7 -- Aspects
Module 8 -- Constraints
Module 9 -- Overrides
Module 10 -- Repository Integrity and Indexing
Module 11 - Content Modeling Course Wrap-up