|Apache Chemistry DotCMIS 0.1
|Apache Chemistry DotCMIS is a Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS)
|client library for the .NET framework 3.5 or higher.
|See http://chemistry.apache.org/dotnet/dotcmis.html for more information.
|See http://chemistry.apache.org/dotnet/getting-started-with-dotcmis.html for code samples
|and DotCMISDoc.chm for the API documentation.
|This is the very first release of DotCMIS. All CMIS operations and both bindings have
|been implemented. The API is complete and is not supposed to change in following releases.
|The most frequently used operations have been successfully tested against a small number
|of repositories from different vendors.
|However, the current test coverage is not sufficient to identify all kinds of problems and
|compatibility issues. The code base will be tested and improved in the following releases.
|If you find a problem, please let us know: https://issues.apache.org/jira/browse/CMIS
|Known stumbling blocks
|- The Web Services binding only works with HTTPS. The .NET framework does not allow calls
|with UsernameTokens over plain HTTP.
|- Not all CMIS Web Services endpoints are compatible with the .NET framework for a number
|of reasons. Use the AtomPub binding if available. It's also faster.
|The DLL included in this release is signed with a public/private key pair that is also
|included in this package. This allows you to deploy it to the global assembly cache (GAC)
|and to make changes to the DotCMIS source code without recompiling your application.
|However, since the private key is publicly available, this strong name cannot be trusted.
|If a trust relationship between your application and the DotCMIS DLL is important to you,
|you have to rebuild the DLL from the source code and sign it yourself.