|alfresco-rm-enterprise-repo-3.0.x.amp||Contains Records Management functionality that's applied to an existing Alfresco Content Services installation.|
|alfresco-rm-enterprise-share-3.0.x.amp||Contains Records Management functionality that's applied to an existing Alfresco Share installation.|
Browse to the Support Portal and download the Governance Services distribution zip, which
contains the following files:
- Stop the Alfresco Content Services server.
Delete the tomcat\webapps\alfresco and
tomcat\webapps\share folders in the Alfresco Content Services installation
Deleting these directories forces Tomcat to read the edited WAR files when Alfresco Content Services is restarted.Note: If you are using non-Windows systems, such as Mac OS X and Linux, you'll need to replace the backslashes by forward slashes in directory paths.
Copy the AMP files to the Alfresco amps and
Copy this file to the Alfresco amps directory:
- Change into the root of the Alfresco Content Services installation directory. Directories specified in the following procedures are relative to this directory.
Run the following commands to install the AMP files:
java -jar bin\alfresco-mmt.jar install amps\alfresco-rm-enterprise-repo-3.0.x.amp tomcat\webapps\alfresco.war
java -jar bin\alfresco-mmt.jar install amps_share\alfresco-rm-enterprise-share-3.0.x.amp tomcat\webapps\share.war
- Start the Alfresco Content Services server.
Check the AMP files have been installed successfully, using these commands:
java -jar bin\alfresco-mmt.jar list tomcat\webapps\alfresco.warand
java -jar bin\alfresco-mmt.jar list tomcat\webapps\share.war
Start Share by browsing to:
http://<your-server-name>:<port number>/shareNote: When you install Records Management the Security Controls features are installed at the same time.
At this point, the Governance Services module is installed. Next, create a Records Management site.