During the last days I had the time to test the CMIS Input plugin for Pentaho Data Integration on the latest version 18.104.22.168-353. The CMIS Input plugin version is the latest: version 1.3. The results of the tests are that the latest version is confirmed as compliant to the brand new Pentaho release. Read More
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CMIS Input plugin for Pentaho Data Integration is now compliant to Java6 and Java7. The v1.1 release, downloadable from the Pentaho Marketplace, is ready to be used with Pentaho Data Integration v4.3, v4.4 and v5.0.
A new version of the PDI CMIS Input plugin has been released in the Google code website. The request to update the Pentaho marketplace to this new version has been pulled and is waiting for approval. Soon the new version will be available also there.
The main changes are:
- Compliance with the new Pentaho 5.
- OpenCMIS library of the Apache Chemistry has been updated to 0.10.0.
Imagine being able to extract from your Enterprise Content Management System, all the metadata of your documents using simple queries with a query language very close to the traditional SQL. Imagine using the information extracted for statistical purposes, for creating reports and, more generally, to analyse your document archives in a way unthinkable until now with the current tools available. All this is possible within the Pentaho Suite, the Open Source Business Intelligence platform, which is useful to the extraction and analysis of structured and semi-structured data.
With this goal (the extraction and analysis of data) has been designed and developed the CMIS Input plugin for Pentaho Data Integration (Kettle) that allows querying Content Management Systems that use the CMIS interoperability standard. The data, once extracted, can be stored and analyzed and perhaps presented in customized reports be published in various formats for the end user (PDF, Excel, etc..).