Aspects use properties to enhance content types. You can attach behaviors and workflows to aspects. The following table lists the aspects available in Alfresco along with their description.
|Aspects||Description||Changes in Behaviour /Share Interface|
|Classifiable||Enables categories to be assigned to a content item. For example, content items can be categorized under Languages, Region, Software Document Classification, etc.||Adding Classifiable aspect displays an additional Categories property on the Edit properties page.|
|Complianceable||This aspect is no longer valid. For compliance-related behaviour, please use Alfresco's Record Management module.|
|Dublin Core||Enables metadata (such as publisher, contributor, identifier, etc) to be added to a content item.||Adding Dublin Core aspect displays the following additional metadata properties
on the Edit Properties page:
|Effectivity||This aspect is no longer valid. For compliance-related behaviour, please use Alfresco's Record Management module.|
|Summarizable||Enables addition of a brief description about the content item.||Adding Summarizable aspect displays additional Summary property on the Edit Properties page.|
|Versionable||Enables versioning of a content item each time it is edited (checked out and checked back in or updated). In AlfrescoShare, content items are versionable by default.||Adding Versionable aspect displays the version history of a content item in the Version History section.|
Enable template view.
Note: This aspect is only available in Alfresco Explorer.
|Emailed||Captures email-related information of the content item, if it is received as an email attachment.||Adding Emailed aspect displays additional properties (such as Originator, Addressee, Addresses, Sent Date and Subject) on the Edit Properties page.|
Enables content items to be edited directly within the document library.
|Adding Inline Editable aspect displays the Inline Edit link in the Document Actions section.|
|Taggable||Enables tagging of content items using keywords.
In AlfrescoShare, content items are taggable by default.
|Adding Taggable aspect displays the tagged keywords in the Tags section. You can also search for content items in the Document Library using the keywords displayed.|
|Geographic||Enables a content item to be geographically tagged using latitude and longitude information. The location of content item is displayed as a marker on Google Maps. Click on the marker to display the Document Details page for that content item.||Adding Geographic aspect displays additional Latitude and Longitude properties on the Edit Properties page. Also, the View on Google Maps link is displayed in the Document Actions section.|
|EXIF||Enables capturing and viewing of additional image-related metadata of a content
Note: This aspect is automatically applied to an image content item.
|Adding EXIF aspect displays additional information (such as Camera Model, Camera Software, Resolution Unit, etc) about the image in the Edit Properties page.|
|Audio||Enables capturing and viewing of additional audio-related metadata of a content
Note: This aspect is automatically applied to an audio content item.
|Adding Audio aspect displays additional information (such as Album, Artist, Composer, Track Number, etc) about the audio file in the Edit Properties page.|
|Index Control||Enables control over how a content item is indexed.||Adding Index Control aspect displays additional Is Indexed and Is Content Indexed in the Edit Properties page.|