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2019-10-17 07:12:54 GMT <alfbot> angelborroy: Sent 11 hours and 20 minutes ago: <phaleth> hello, I've tested the installer you made here https://github.com/Alfresco/alfresco-docker-installer and found one problem, the image jbarlow83/ocrmypdf:latest uses different command to run ocrmypdf now, the last line in the file 'ocrmypdf/assets/ocr.sh' should be '/appenv/bin/ocrmypdf $@', thank you for this great work, I was able to install additional languages, pretty easy with this extensible setup
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2019-10-17 10:48:59 GMT <hi-ko> has anybody an idea how to run CMIS queries with runAs? https://stackoverflow.com/questions/58417814/runas-for-alfresco-cmis-queries
2019-10-17 10:49:00 GMT <alfbot> Title:opencmis - runAs for Alfresco CMIS queries? - Stack Overflow (at stackoverflow.com)
2019-10-17 12:16:45 GMT <AFaust> hi-ko: just like any other case of "runAs" via ReST API - either authenticate as the specific user or set up a remote user mapper to supply user names via headers (like the suggestion you already linked in the SO question)
2019-10-17 16:00:23 GMT <hi-ko> AFaust: thanks for your feedback. I wonder if this aproach scales well since we can't reuse the http connection although we expect several 10th queries per second for different users. Another aproach would be to create and cache tickets per user sticked to http connections.
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