Alfresco Tip: Enable video thumbnail and transformations with FFMPEG

This is a quick tip to enable video thumbnail and transformations in Alfresco thanks to FFMPEG integration.  This feature can be integrated easily since Alfresco 4.X (for both Enterprise and Community).  The result on the thumbnail creation is something like this: Screen Shot 2014-02-14 at 3.13.19 PM Video format supported for the JPG thumbnail creation are: 3g2, 3gp, asf, avi, avx, flv, mov, movie, mp4, mpeg2, mpg, ogv and wmv. Other than that you will be able to create folder rules to transform between video formats, this is a sample rule to transform from MP4 to FLV: Screen Shot 2014-02-14 at 3.14.25 PM Thanks to the ffmpeg integration we will be able to transform video formats as shows below:

  • from 3g2 to flv
  • from 3gp to flv
  • from asf to flv
  • from avi to flv
  • from avx to flv
  • from mov to flv
  • from movie to flv
  • from mp4 to flv
  • from mpeg2 to flv
  • from mpg to flv
  • from ogv to flv
  • from wmv to flv
  • from 3g2 to mp4
  • from 3gp to mp4
  • from asf to mp4
  • from avx to mp4
  • from mov to mp4
  • from movie to mp4
  • from mpeg2 to mp4
  • from mpg to mp4
  • from wmv to mp4

By default in Alfresco, ffmpeg also supports next audio transformations:

  • from aiff to mp3
  • from au to mp3
  • from m4a to mp3
  • from oga to mp3
  • from wav to mp3

Now you may are wondering “does ffmpeg support mov to wmv video transformation?” No, it doesn’t do it by default with the out-of-the-box configuration. It only supports conversions TO mp4 and flv. You may add more formats using other tool than ffmpeg or customizing the existing transformers (see last paragraph of this post).

Installation: You already should have an Alfresco 4.2 up and running (it may works with 4.X and pretty similar for Windows and Linux). This procedure is very easy, just install ffmpeg, add some config lines to alfresco-global.properties, rename a couple of files and restart Alfresco:

  • Install ffmpeg on your server. I have installed the static binary for 64 bits from http://www.ffmpeg.org/download.html
  • Copy the ffmpeg binary (if static) to a place like  /opt/alfresco/common/bin/
  • Once you have this, run the command from the command line to see if it works correctly: ./ffmpeg
  • Edit your alfresco-global.properties and add next lines:
ffmpeg.exe=/opt/alfresco/common/bin/ffmpeg

### Needed for video thumbnails ###
# ffmpeg.thumbnail
# ================
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.priority=50
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.3g2.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.3gp.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.asf.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.avi.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.avx.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.flv.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.mov.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.movie.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.mp4.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.mpeg2.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.mpg.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.ogv.jpg.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.thumbnail.extensions.wmv.jpg.supported=true

### Needed for video transformations ###
# ffmpeg.flv
# ==========
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.priority=50
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.3g2.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.3gp.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.asf.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.avi.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.avx.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.mov.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.movie.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.mp4.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.mpeg2.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.mpg.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.ogv.flv.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.flv.extensions.wmv.flv.supported=true

# ffmpeg.mp4
# ==========
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.priority=50
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.3g2.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.3gp.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.asf.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.avx.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.mov.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.movie.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.mpeg2.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.mpg.mp4.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp4.extensions.wmv.mp4.supported=true
# The avi and ogv to mp4 transformations did not work with ffmpeg 0.8.6
# Please check the latest ffmpeg documentation for the latest information
# content.transformer.avi.mp4.extensions.mpg.mp4.supported=true
# content.transformer.ogv.mp4.extensions.wmv.mp4.supported=true

# ffmpeg.mp3
# ==========
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.priority=50
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.extensions.aiff.mp3.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.extensions.au.mp3.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.extensions.m4a.mp3.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.extensions.oga.mp3.supported=true
content.transformer.ffmpeg.mp3.extensions.wav.mp3.supported=true

  • Find two files in your extension directory (tomcat/shared/clases/alfresco/extension) and rename them without the .sample extension: video-thumbnail-context.xml and video-transformation-context.xml
  • Restart the application server and done!

And what about if I want to do conversions to other formats? How can I do  transformation for changing resolution, size, quality and so forth? Just take a look to “video-transformation-context.xml” you will se how easy is to create a new commands using different options in the ffmpeg command.

This forum thread could be also helpful for you.

My talk about “Alfresco Backup and Recovery Tool” in the Alfresco Summit

All recorded videos has been published recently in the Alfresco Summit portal and here you go my talk “Alfresco Backup and Recovery Tool: A Real World Backup Solution” I gave in both Boston and Barcelona. I was the first public presentation about Alfresco BART.

Thanks to all who attended this session and made it one of the most-well attended and highest-rated in both cities. I’m looking forward to keep talking covering security topics as usual (I already have some “hack-ideas”…).

If you only want to see the demo, it starts at minute 33:

The presentation is published in Slideshare as well:

Remember you can download here the White Paper I mention during the talk.

If you only want to see the practical demo (best resolution in the talk video above), you can enjoy it here:

Any questions and comments are always welcome!

Running the Alfresco Solr backup from the command line

SOLR can be backed up by different ways. It uses a scheduled job by default but also can be triggered by the JMX interface in Alfresco Enterprise. Additionally can be done by direct using next URLs. Example for doing a backup of the alfresco solr core and only keep 1 backup:

https://localhost:8443/solr/alfresco/replication?command=backup&location=/opt/alfresco/alf_data/solrBackup/alfresco&numberToKeep=1

For the archive core and only keep 1 backup:

https://localhost:8443/solr/archive/replication?command=backup&location=/opt/alfresco/alf_data/solrBackup/archive&numberToKeep=1

In order to do the backup from the command line, you may use the “curl” command and run it like this (see comment about pem certificate below):

curl -k --cert /opt/alfresco/alf_data/keystore/browser.pem:alfresco "https://localhost:8443/solr/alfresco/replication?command=backup&location=/opt/alfresco/alf_data/solrBackup/alfresco&numberToKeep=1"

 

curl -k --cert /opt/alfresco/alf_data/keystore/browser.pem:alfresco "https://localhost:8443/solr/archive/replication?command=backup&location=/opt/alfresco/alf_data/solrBackup/archive&numberToKeep=1"

Please, note that “curl” does not support p12 certificates therefore you need to convert the default browser.p12 to browser.pem by running (password is alfresco):

openssl pkcs12 -in /opt/alfresco/alf_data/keystore/browser.p12 -out /opt/alfresco/alf_data/keystore/browser.pem –nodes

This option will be included in next version (0.3) of the Alfresco BART (Backup and Recovery Tool).

How to compare two documents or versions in Alfresco

I use to be asked about the ability of  Alfresco to compare documents or versions of a document. I used to say “not by default” but, this is not totally true, the right answer is “it depends”. In Alfresco, thanks “Edit Online” option and to the Share Point Protocol implementation in the server and with MS Office 2010 (or any other version with SPP support), you can compare versions of MS Office documents stored in Alfresco. Here you can see what I’m saying:

Apart from this solution, that is very straightforward but also very Windoze based solution, you can try to implement some of these other options (I haven’t tried them, by the way):

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Alfresco Backup and Recovery Tool, release v0.1

Project was moved to Github!

Please go to https://github.com/toniblyx/alfresco-backup-and-recovery-tool for downloads, questions, issues, suggestions or feedback. Thanks!

Here you go, first release of the Alfresco Backup and Recovery Tool (Alfresco BART). An Apache 2.0 licensed tool for backup and restore of Alfresco ECM.

DESCRIPTION
Alfresco BART is a tool written in shell script on top of Duplicity for Alfresco backups and restore from a local file system, FTP, SCP or Amazon S3 of all its components: indexes, data base, content store and all deployment and configuration files. It should runs in most Linux distributions, for Windows you may use Cygwin (non tested yet).

Brief description of its features: full and incremental backups, backup policies, backup volume control, encryption with GPG, compression. Also it has a restore wizard with shortcuts for quick restore of some key components (alfresco-global.properties and more).

DISCLAIMER
This is an initial version, it has bugs and needs many improvements, please take care :)

FEATURES
Features in this version (v0.1):

  • 5 different modes of work: backup, restore, verify, collection and list
    • backup: runs an incremental backup or a full if first time or configured
    • restore: runs the restore wizard
    • verify: verifies the backup
    • collection: shows all the backup sets in the archive
    • list: lists the files currently backed up in the archive
  • Full and incremental backups.
  • Backup policies:
    • Periodicity: number of days of every full backup, if not backup found it does a full
    • Retention: keep full or incremental copies, clean old backups.
    • Control of number of moths to remove all backups older than or backup retention period.
  • Separated components (backup sets or groups), ability to enable or disable any set (cluster and dedicated search server aware), all backup sets supported are:
    • Indexes (SOLR or Lucene)
    • Data base (MySQL, PostgreSQL and Oracle)
    • Content Store plus deleted, cached and content store selector (optional).
    • Files: all configuration files, deployments, installation files, etc.
  • Restore wizard with support to:
    • restore a full backup (all sets)
    • given backup set
    • restore from a given date or days, month, year ago
    • restore alfresco-global.properties from a point in time
  • Backup volume control:
    • All backups collections are split in a volume size 25MB by default, this can help to store your backup in tapes or in order to upload to a FTP, SCP or S3 server.
  • Backup to different destinations:
    • Local filesystem
    • Remote FTP or FTPS server
    • SCP server (should have shared keys already configured, no authentication with user and password supported)
    • Amazon S3
  • Encryption with GnuPG, all backup volumes are encrypted, this feature is configurable (enable or disable).
  • Compression, all backup volumes are compressed by default
  • Log reporting, Alfresco BART creates a log file each day of operation with in a report of any activity.

DEPENDENCES

  • Duplicity 0.6 (with boto and fabric)
  • Python 
  • GnuPG
  • NcFTP
  • librsync
  • mysqldump for MySQL backup
  • pg_dump for PostgreSQL backup
  • exp for Oracle backup

TODO

  • TEST, TEST and TEST with JBOSS, MySQL, Oracle, S3, FTPs, SCP, etc.
  • Add more input and task controllers (and configuration, first run).
  • Restore single repository file.
  • Snapshots (LVM if exist, AWS if exist).
  • Support for MS SQL Server.
  • Configuration wizard (shell).
  • Share admin panel configuration page as main point to configure more options related to backup (eager, cleaner, index backup, trascan cleaner, etc.).
  • Custom logging control and reporting improvement.

DOWNLOADS and INSTALLATION 

Most recent information about tool and latest code is available in:
http://blyx.com/alfresco-bart

Please report bugs and improvements to: reverse moc.xylb@inot

Alfresco trick: bulk users invitation to a site (external and internal users)

For a personal project I was wondering if I can invite a group of friends to a site without having to get them access to my Alfresco, just wanted to give them access to certain site as consumers.

Here is how I did that, once I generate a list of friends like below (file solo-mails.txt):

name1@hotmail.com
name2@gmail.com
name3@yahoo.es

I run next curl command in JSON format. Remember that $i is the mail address of any friend, use your own admin credentials as user:password, you should change ‘surname’, localhost, and site name ‘mysite’ in the URL. The option -H “Accept-Language: en,en;q=0.8” will send the invitation in english, if you want to sent it in spanish use Accept-Language: es,en;q=0.8.

for i in `cat solo-mails.txt`; do curl -i -u user:password -H “Content-Type: application/json” -H “Accept-Language: en,en;q=0.8” -d “{‘invitationType’:’NOMINATED’,’inviteeUserName’:”,’inviteeRoleName’:’SiteConsumer‘,’inviteeFirstName’:’$i‘,’inviteeLastName’:’surname‘,’inviteeEmail’:’$i‘,’serverPath’:’http://localhost:8080/share/’,’acceptURL’:’page/accept-invite’,’rejectURL’:’page/reject-invite’}” “http://localhost:8080/alfresco/s/api/sites/mysite/invitations“; done
This command will send an invitation with an autogenerated username and a password.

As I mentioned, command above is for external users, but if you want to do same thing for internals use same command but the value ‘inviteeUserName’ has to have the username you want to invite, for example ‘inviteeUserName’:’toni’. Obviously I run this command from my Mac also valid from a Linux with curl.

Thanks to my colleague at Alfresco Rui Fernandes, he pointed me out about where to start.

How to enable Tomcat Manager in an Alfresco installation

In order to address some maintenance tasks in Tomcat, may be useful to get access to the Tomcat Manager (http) interface, things like stop or start an application if you are doing some changes in Alfresco or Share, even a different way to access to its JMX interface using jmxproxy if you are working remotely.

This is a easy step by step guide about how you can enable the Tomcat Manager that comes with an Alfresco default (bundle) installation. Tested with Alfresco Enterprise 4.1.4, but should work with any other Alfresco 4 version.

  • Edit tomcat/conf/tomcat-users.xml and adapt it like below:
<tomcat-users>

<role rolename="manager-gui"/>

<role rolename="manager-status"/>

<role rolename="manager-jmx"/>

<role rolename="manager-script"/>

<user username="CN=Alfresco Repository Client, OU=Unknown, O=Alfresco Software Ltd., L=Maidenhead, ST=UK, C=GB" roles="repoclient" password="null"/>

<user username="CN=Alfresco Repository, OU=Unknown, O=Alfresco Software Ltd., L=Maidenhead, ST=UK, C=GB" roles="repository" password="null"/>

<user username="manager" roles="manager,manager-gui,manager-status" password="manager"/>

<user username="manager2" roles="manager-jmx,manager-script" password="manager"/>

</tomcat-users>
  • Then edit tomcat/conf/Catalina/localhost/manager.xml and change like this:
<Context antiResourceLocking="false" privileged="true" useHttpOnly="true" override="true">

<Valve className="org.apache.catalina.authenticator.BasicAuthenticator" securePagesWithPragma="false" />

</Context>
  • Restart your Tomcat and thats all.

Once Alfresco is up agan, lets try to access to the manager with user “manager” and password “manager”, please avoid using this credentials in production environments.

To access html interface:

http://localhost:8080/manager/html

Screen Shot 2013-05-30 at 12.38.33 PM

To list all applications:

http://localhost:8080/manager/list

To list server information:

http://localhost:8080/manager/serverinfo

To see default session info (use / or /context):

http://localhost:8080/manager/sessions?path=/

To start, stop, and undeploy alfresco or share

http://localhost:8080/manager/start?path=/alfresco

http://localhost:8080/manager/stop?path=/alfresco

http://localhost:8080/manager/undeploy?path=/alfresco

http://localhost:8080/manager/start?path=/share

http://localhost:8080/manager/stop?path=/share

http://localhost:8080/manager/undeploy?path=/share

To see all MBeans (jmxproxy):

http://localhost:8080/manager/jmxproxy.

Screen Shot 2013-05-30 at 12.39.34 PM

Sources: http://forums.alfresco.com/forum/developer-discussions/other-apis/unable-access-tomcat-manager-03292012-1345

and http://www.ixxus.com/blog/2011/02/monitor-and-manage-alfresco-jmx

Revisión del libro “Hacker Épico” de Informática64

Hacker ÉpicoHoy quiero comentar este libro, Hacker Épico. Magistralmente escrito por Alejandro Ramos (Dab) y Rodrigo Yepes, publicado y editado por Informatica64. Si empiezas no puedes dejarlo hasta que no lees la última página, te mantiene enganchado, en tensión, disfrutándolo y aprendiendo con cada una de sus poco más de 250 páginas.

Contada en primera persona por Ángel Ríos, el hacker protagonista, esta novela trata sobre la aventura en la que se ve envuelto este informático que trabaja para una prometedora consultora de seguridad como auditor y junto a la ayuda de su amigo Marcos, se enfrenta a un sin fin de retos que pondrán a prueba sus habilidades de hacking y análisis forense a lo largo de toda la trama. Ambientada en la Madrid actual, este thriller hacker se basa en hechos que lamentablemente leemos con demasiada asiduidad en prensa.

Como sabéis los que seguís el blog, comento muchos libros técnicos en blyx.com, generalmente relacionados de alguna forma con Alfresco. A diferencia de esos otros libros que he comentado, en esta ocasión no voy a hacer un repaso de cada capítulo ya que no quiero dar ninguna pista sobre lo que acontece en la historia, solo quiero limitarme publicar mi opinión y notas que he ido tomando mientras lo leía.

Hacker Épico no es una novela al uso, va mucho más allá, es un completo y actualizado manual de referencia, herramientas, casos de uso prácticos y totalmente actuales en los que, si estáis involucrados de alguna forma en el mundo de la seguridad informática, os sentiréis muy identificados y también, como ha sido mi caso, aprenderéis muchísimo mientras devoráis, sin necesidad de marca-páginas, esta maravilla.

Es un libro que no solo se lee una vez, puede ser perfectamente un libro de cabecera al que recurrir más de una vez. Como decía antes, prepárate una libreta (o Evernote en mi caso) mientras lo estés leyendo, podrás tomar jugosas notas, ver como se descubren vulnerabilidades 0day, saltar la seguridad de cámaras, puertas traseras, dominios, Windows, Linux, PDFs, redes WiFi y mucho más.

Por supuesto, también tiene su punto friki, como no podía ser de otra forma, no hay capítulo en el que no se hagan guiños al cine de superhéroes, series de culto y a otras novelas, e incluso a otros personajes de la escena hacker española. También se encuentran detalles y chascarrillos para gamers. Incluso, si conoces Madrid, te puedes ir imaginando algunas escenas descritas.

Fuga de datos, aplicaciones como Whatsapp, recursos web y redes sociales reales, iPhones, iPads… Conceptos, argumentos y soluciones bien documentados y totalmente cercanos al mundo real. Podrás ver como se hacen análisis forenses e incluso algunas partes de la trama y comentarios suenan muy familiares.

Un recorrido através de un sin fin de herramientas explicando cada uno de los flags utilizados.

¿Estamos ante el principio de una saga? ¿Son Alejandro y Rodrigo los Neal Stephenson y Clifford Stoll españoles? No lo sé, pero desde luego que no tienen nada que envidiarles, por lo menos por las sensaciones que provocan en el lector, igual que otras novelas del estilo como Criptonomicon o El Huevo del Cuco.

Aunque los autores se preocupan por explicar de la forma más sencilla posible algunas de las peripecias puramente técnicas del protagonista, si no estas familiarizado con algunos conceptos informáticos en algunas ocasiones puede resultar un poco difícil seguir la trama al 100%, de cualquier forma, si no eres informático o si lo eres y no entiendes algo siempre puedes buscar en internet lo que no entiendas. Así que, además de disfrutar, aprenderás más de lo que imaginas.

Hace unos años tuve el privilegio de trabajar durante unos días en el mismo departamento que Alejandro Ramos y compartir amigos comunes. Así que estoy doblemente orgulloso de que en nuestro país se escriban estas obras de arte y encima sea gente que se ha ganado lo que tiene a base de esfuerzo y pasión por esta locura infinita que es la seguridad informática. Gracias.

Seguro que no va a ser el único que diga que quiere más. ¡Quiero más aventuras de Ángel y Marcos!

Puedes comprarlo por 20€ en la web de Informática64, no te vas a arrepentir, te lo prometo.

¿Para cuándo la película?

Demo: Alfresco para prevenir fugas de información mediante metadatos

Al hilo de mi artículo anterior sobre crónica y materiales de la Alfresco DevCon 2012. He pensado que igual es buena idea volver a grabar la demo que hice pero esta vez en español, así poder llegar a más gente. Pues bien, aquí está la demo donde muestro la problemática existente cuando no se tiene control de los metadatos en los contenidos he se hacen públicos y como resolver el problema con Alfresco y el modulo de limpieza de metadatos.

También está disponible en inglés junto al resto de conferencias en el canal de Alfresco en Youtube, lista de videos de San José.

Aprovecho para recordar que creé un proyecto en Google Code para recoger todas las soluciones existentes en torno a Alfresco y Seguridad, puedes verlo aquí http://code.google.com/p/alfresco-security-toolkit/ y si quieres colaborar no dudes en contactar conmigo.

Ver vídeos en Alfresco Share, página de previsualización

Actualización: y también MP3, más info aquí.
Gracias a este hilo generado en el foro de Alfresco en inglés, se llevó a cabo un proyecto muy interesante llamado “alfresco share floweplayer“, albergado en Google Code, este desarrollo permite ver vídeos desde la web de propiedades del archivo en Alfresco Share, igual que ya hace de forma nativa con ficheros PDF, Office, OpenOffice, imágenes, etc. Es decir, si subimos un archivo de vídeo (he probado con .mov y .flv), podremos verlo sin necesidad de descargarlo a nuestro ordenador.
Me he aventurado a probar la versión 1.2b de alfrescoshareflowplayer en la recién estrenada Alfresco Community 3.4.a, y estos son los resultados.
  1. Descargamos la última versión de “alfresco share flow player” aquí.
  2. Tras descomprimir el fichero zip encontramos tres ficheros que debemos copiar en los siguientes directorios, si no existen debemos crearlos, con linux es tan fácil como usar el comando mkdir -p directorio/subdirectorio/otro/ para crear todos los directorios de una sola vez:
    1. mimetype.ftl lo copiamos a <tomcat_home>/shared/classes/alfresco/web-extension/site-webscripts/org/alfresco/components/form/controls/
    2. web-preview.get.head.ftl y web-preview.get.html.ftl los copiamos a <tomcat_home>/shared/classes/alfresco/web-extension/site-webscripts/org/alfresco/components/preview/
  3. Descargamos el reproductor (versión v3.2.2) desde aquí. Es importante usar esa versión para no tener que editar los ficheros anteriores y cambiar el número de la versión (por comodidad, no por que sea incompatible).
  4. Tras descomprimir el paquete zip, copiamos y renombramos los siguientes ficheros a los directorios que indico:
    1. # cp flowplayer-3.2.2.swf <tomcat_home>/webapps/share/components/preview/
    2. # cp flowplayer.controls-3.2.1.swf <tomcat_home>/webapps/share/components/preview/
    3. # mv example/flowplayer-3.2.2.min.js example/flowplayer-3.2.2-min.js
    4. # cp example/flowplayer-3.2.2-min.js <tomcat_home>/webapps/share/components/preview/
    5. # mv example/style.css example/flowplayerstyle.css
    6. # cp example/flowplayerstyle.css <tomcat_home>/webapps/share/components/preview/
  5. Arrancamos Alfresco y listo.
Si, efectivamente, hemos copiado esos ficheros en el directorio del share.war desplegado, si actualizas el war de Share ya sabes que debes volver a copiarlos. Por ahora el autor de este “mini-desarrollo” no ha generado un AMP, pero seguro que puedes echarle una mano haciéndolo ;)
Este es el resultado, vemos un video .mov:
y otra captura de un vídeo .flv: