Posts Tagged ‘site’

Many a times, while programming in FATWIRE, there will be a confusion about the usage of the appropriate tag, when try to call a TEMPLATE, or CSELEMENT, or SITEENTRY assets. This article makes a point to clear that confusion. We will now see which tag to be used appropriately for the above said assets.

1.  As a SITEENTRY is a pagelet, we need to call it with a tag, that renders pages. RENDER.SATELLITEPAGE is the tag that is used to call the SiteEntries from our code.

2. Since a CSELEMENT has a piece of code, and itself is an Element, we need to use a tag that renders Elements. RENDER.CALLELEMENT is the tag that is used to call the CSElements from our code.

3. Since a TEMPLATE is both (Has a Page name, and has Element,i.e, code), it can be called bye both the above said tags. However, Fatwire has given another tag, especially for calling the Templates. RENDER.CALLTEMPLATE is the tag that is used to call a Template from our code.


When we create a site in alfresco share, and start inviting users to the site, the following error will be displayed “0 invites sent, 1 failure”.  This message leaves us to a bit of frustration, after creating sites, users, and when thinking of inviting users to the sites. This article gives the resolution for such a type of error message.

This error occurs because, the Outbound E-mail Configuration has not been set in file. The quick turnaround for this issue would be to add a few lines of code to the file, and add another file outboundSMTP-context.xml, if it doesn’t already exist.

Add the following to file:

//Add to the end of file
# Email settings mail.port=465 mail.protocol=smtps mail.username=XXX mail.password=XXX mail.encoding=UTF-8    mail.smtps.auth=true mail.smtps.starttls.enable=true

If a file named outboundSMTP-context.xml doesn’t exist in C:\Alfresco\tomcat\webapps\alfresco\WEB-INF\classes\alfresco\subsystems\email\OutboundSMTP folder, then add the following file and name it as outboundSMTP-context.xml

//  <bean id="mailService">          <property name="host">              <value>${}</value>          </property>          <property name="port">             <value>${mail.port}</value>         </property>       <property name="protocol">         <value>${mail.protocol}</value>      </property>          <property name="username">              <value>${mail.username}</value>           </property>         <property name="password">              <value>${mail.password}</value>         </property>          <property name="defaultEncoding">             <value>${mail.encoding}</value>         </property>       <property name="javaMailProperties">          <props>               <prop key="mail.smtps.auth">${mail.smtps.auth}</prop>             <prop key="mail.smtps.starttls.enable">${mail.smtps.starttls.enable}</prop>          <prop key="mail.smtp.socketFactory.port">${mail.smtp.socketFactory.port}</prop>          <prop key="mail.smtp.socketFactory.class">${mail.smtp.socketFactory.class}</prop>           <prop key="mail.smtp.socketFactory.fallback">${mail.smtp.socketFactory.fallback}</prop>          </props>      </property>     </bean>

Now, restart alfresco and try inviting users. After inviting the users in share, it should display the following message “1 invites sent, 0 failure”.