Starting from version 3.1, A.A.A.R. Alfresco analytics makes poker with repository analysis (documents and folders), audit trail, workflow and custom metadata analytics. A wide variety of reports, dashboards and free analysis are available for free on all the devices (mobiles and not), thanks to a responsive user interface.
The step by step tutorial describing how to install Alfresco 5.0.a Community Edition on Ubuntu 14.04 LTS, is definitely one of the most accessed pages of this blog. Nothing new, considering how was accessed the same tutorial on Alfresco 4.2.c. This has been a nice surprise and I receive lots of feedback sharing that this is helpful for someone. I like it.
In the past days I modified the tutorial, following some hints and suggestions of some Alfresco experts and the community in general. I’m very angry with some of them because they did not accept to be quoted (I’m joking) but in every case I’m very happy to submit to your attention the revised version of the tutorial.
One of the conclusions of this review is that would be the time to develop another new version with the Solr4 installation tutorial, that has been introduced as mandatory from Alfresco 5.0.c. I’ll working on it…
Until then: thank you community for the feedback. 🙂
Probably the last business element that A.A.A.R. didn’t have was the analytics on workflows instances and tasks. Recently I received some requests on that topic so, the A.A.A.R. v3.1 comes with the native support for workflows. Now audit trail, documents, folders, workflows and custom properties are fully supported in your custom analytics.