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Using Sense/Net like Dropbox with CmisSync - Sense/Net as a CMIS server?

Nov 8, 2012 at 5:33 AM

Hello all,

I would like to test CmisSync (a Dropbox-like desktop sync tool written in C#) with Sense/Net.

Sense/Net is listed as a CMIS server on Wikipedia and this blog post seems to imply that Sense/Net could be made a CMIS server with no too much effort:
"Our demo is a two way implementation, because our content repository has a CMIS service interface and our portal has a CMIS client Webpart"
http://blog.sensenet.com/post/2008/11/03/SenseNet-adopts-the-CMIS-standard-the-first-in-NET-world.aspx

But I see in another thread that "Currently no CMIS service layer is included"
http://sensenet.codeplex.com/discussions/359224

Is there any plan to enable access to Sense/Net as a CMIS server?

I have made CmisSync open source, so feel free to try it with your demo CMIS server: http://cmissync.github.com

Keep up the great work!
Nicolas Raoul

Nov 22, 2012 at 7:37 AM

Hi,

unfortunately Sense/Net does not support CMIS out of the box, as of yet. We are constantly moving into the direction to support more and more open standards: our next release for example will handle the most common OData requests and we also have a working CIFS implementation that will be included in the upcoming releases, so CMIS support is just a matter of time.

Thank you for introducing CmisSync, it looks really promising, we'll keep an eye out for your product. We would definiately love to see it working with Sense/Net and your feedback would be much appreciated!

Levi Dobson

Nov 22, 2012 at 7:47 AM

Hello Levi,

Thanks for your answer!
I understand, good luck with the CIFS implementation and looking forward to the other protocols.

When you implement CMIS, feel free to download CmisSync at CmisSync.com, and report any problem that might occur, we are willing to fix all bugs :-)

Cheers!
Nicolas Raoul