A CMIS API library for Python, Part 2, Build real world ECM tools with Python and cmislib

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Jay Brown

Date archived: December 6, 2016 | First published: March 25, 2009

In Part 2 of this series on CMIS and Python, build an xcopy-like data population and migration tool using the Python cmislib library. The tool not only xcopies local file systems to any CMIS repository but is also aware of JPG Exif data and preserves it during the copy if possible. Walk through the source code and learn how to use the tool on the command line. Also, you can download the fully functional source.

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