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Apr262017

Apache ManifoldCF 2.7: New UX and SharePoint 2016 support

We are proud to announce that Apache ManifoldCF 2.7 was released just some days ago.

The most important improvements included in this new release are the following:

  • A brand new user interface
  • Microsoft SharePoint 2016 support
  • Improvements for these connectors: DropBox, JCIFS, Web, LDAP, Documentum, Email, Slack, Kafka, Solr, CMIS, GridFS, Confluence

This version includes a total of 40 improvements and resolved issues.

New user interface

I would like to thank all the members in the ManifoldCF community and for this release with a special thank to Kishore Kumar for his huge contribution on the new user interface. Great job!

Below you can take a look at the new ManifoldCF UX:

The new user interface introduced in Apache ManifoldCF 2.7

Microsoft SharePoint 2016

We have invested a lot of time and effort for aligning each new SharePoint release with ManifoldCF and, without receiving external support, we have achieved with success also this new release.

I would like to remind that ManifoldCF fully supports SharePoint in this ways:

  • You can read contents from your SharePoint repositories for managing your search indexes using the SharePoint or the CMIS repository connector
  • You can read authorities for generating access tokens and permissions in your search server in two different ways: using the native or using the SharePoint Active Directory authority connector

For more details about the SharePoint connectors please see the ManifoldCF documentation.

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