AnsweredAssumed Answered

Is Share really a Tenant-Aware Interface?

Question asked by eureka on Oct 5, 2012
Latest reply on Oct 8, 2012 by eureka
Hi all,

in alfresco wiki http://wiki.alfresco.com/wiki/Multi-Tenancy#Tenant_Customisation, section "Tenant-Aware Interfaces", it's stated that Alfresco Share (since 3.2) belongs to the list of Tenant-Aware Interfaces.

Is it really true? To what extent?

Is it just limited to login and separation of contentstore separation? (which indeed is a prove of multi-tenant repository and not multi-tenant interface)

I would state Alfresco Share is really a tenant-aware interface if it supported some kind of per tenant configuration.
For example one would think he can upload and use a per tenant defined share-config-custom.xml, like you do with web-client-config-custom.xml. But that is not true. Am I wrong?

I would like to hear your opinions. Do you have any suggestion on how to make share load specific configuration per tenant?

Thanks in advance for any reply.

Angelo

Outcomes