EMC Documentum Developer Edition

Today’s a first for EMC.

For the first time ever you can download a completely free version of the EMC Documentum for development, the EMC Documentum Developer Edition.  The one-click install includes the Content Server, DFS, Composer, DA and Webtop.  All the tools you need to develop enterprise content-centric applications.

To compliment this we’ve also launched a new developer-oriented community.

Enjoy and as always happy composing!

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8 thoughts on “EMC Documentum Developer Edition

  1. Good Stuff! Now if that was available with instructions on how to set up the same thing on a linux box it would be the perfect development tool in terms of licensing and also resource demands (-> VMware Image).

    Ingo.

  2. Ingo-

    This first release is specifically targeting Windows environments as it bundles SQL Server 2005 Express Edition. I encourage you to leverage the Documentum developer community for your feedback. I know that product management is already considering additional platform support, and I’ve asked about Linux myself. 🙂

    -Craig

  3. I did manage to set a CS 6.5 SP1 on a CentOS 5.3 on top of Oracle Express 10g.
    If you don’t mess with configuring services on Linux every day it becomes a bit tedious ;). First attempt was to use OEM server but at last count (last week or so) there was ZERO documentation for the Linux version. Even the ECM Trial download did not work properly for me.
    VMware just offers itself perfectly to support dev. I just think this would be such little effort but so much gain…
    I guess this way learned about the specifics of the CS on Linux – at least something. Let’s hope for more. 🙂

    • …oh, and if webtop would load properly on my Tomcat on the Mac I could develop Windows-free (- looks like a classloader issue – can’t tag classes). 😉

  4. Paul- thanks for your info., first of all, especially Composer setup articles.

    Have you seen a step-by-step guide to setting up WebTop inside of Composer, using Tomcat as the web server? It should be using all the current parts: current Composer, supported TomCat & Content Server 6.5 Sp1.

    Thanks.

    • Hi Steve,

      Thanks very much.

      I have not seen anything like that I am afraid. But using Composer and WTP it is theoretically very possible. I cannot think of any showstoppers. I am happy to try and help you if you would like as long as I can share the results with my other readers here as I am sure that they would find it very useful too.

      Let me know
      Cheers
      _Paul

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