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lack of documentation (README) for bundles

Question asked by dmakovey on Mar 26, 2008
Latest reply on May 23, 2008 by agatap
Am I looking in wrong places or is there no documentation regarding available bundles of Alfresco.  Being an Enterprise customer I see options for download:


alfresco-blog-integration.amp
alfresco-bm-2.1.2.jar
AlfrescoDeployEnterprise-2.1.2-Linux-x86-Install
AlfrescoEnterprise-2.1.2-Linux-x86-Install
alfresco-enterprise-deployment-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-excel2003-addin-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-office2003-addins-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-powerpoint2003-addin-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-sample-extensions-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-enterprise-sample-extensions-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-sdk-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-enterprise-sdk-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-tomcat-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-enterprise-tomcat-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-war-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-enterprise-war-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-wcm-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-enterprise-wcm-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-enterprise-word2003-addin-2.1.2.zip
alfresco-mmt-2.1.2.jar
alfresco-recordsmanagement.amp
AlfrescoWCMEnterprise-2.1.2-Linux-x86-Install
alfresco-web-service-client-2.1.2.tar.gz
alfresco-web-service-client-2.1.2.zip
phpIntegration.amp

however there is no clear documentation on what is what and where is it needed.

OK, I can see that .zip and .tar.gz are same things, but then other stuff kind of puzzles me as I'm trying to do minimal install but don't want to miss features available from bundled installer by default as users got used to the evaluation environment.

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