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For admins and developers
- Process and content business models integration
- Import existing data models
- SSO and security improvements
- Secure scripting and bean whitelisting
- REST API Explorer and RAML support
- Enhanced REST Services
- Improved Micro-service support
- Enhanced Task Collaboration
- Kerberos SSO authentication
- Getting Started with Alfresco Process Services
Process and content business models integration
Processes can automatically create or read Alfresco Content Services folders and metadata with no coding.
See Using folder entities in process applications for more.back to top
Import existing data models
You can now import data models from an existing data source such as a relational database schema or a content model.
See Importing data models for more.back to top
SSO and security improvementsSupport for Enterprise SSO such that REST-based apps are now authorized and extensible through OAuth 2.
See OAuth 2 SSO overview for more.back to top
Secure scripting and bean whitelisting
Improved security has been provided through secure scripting. Advanced-control introduced on user-added code through bean whitelisting.
See Spring Beans for more.back to top
REST API Explorer and RAML support
The REST API Explorer is an interface that provides a best-in-class enterprise tooling for APIs. It documents all of the API entities available to you and lets you try them out.
See Using the REST API Explorer for more.
You can use the newly-introduced RAML file with popular REST API development tools.
See RAML support for more.back to top
Enhanced REST services
You can now make REST task post calls with support for POST body templates for complex requests.
See REST call for more.back to top
Improved Micro-service support
Docker Support with support for Kubernetes and ECS.
See Installing Process Services using Docker for more.back to top
Enhanced task collaboration
You can now extend task involvement to include groups of users.
See Using Involved Tasks for more.back to top
Kerberos SSO authentication
Support for Single Sign-On authentication is now available to organizations using Kerberos AD infrastructure. You can now quickly set up windows-based SSO to allow secure access to the Alfresco Process Services application without needing an explicit login.
See Configuring Kerberos against Active Directory (AD) for more.back to top