Capturesco Version 1.0 final is released

i released the latest iteration of Capturesco on the project page also I added small documentation for the tool, I hope soon I can start to work on the new version. If you like my work either hire me 🙂 you can found my CV on About Me page or donate for me :))) via paypal to

10 thoughts on “Capturesco Version 1.0 final is released”

  1. Hi, sounds interesting.

    I did find the project on the alfresco forge but I’m having a hard time finding the documentation on how to install Capturesco.

    could you add a link to the documentation ?

    many thanks

  2. Hey,
    You’ve done some excellent work! This is very useful.

    The only question I have is how can I make the the web service reference use the settings file to find the web service?

    When I change it in the Solution, I get some errors.

    Any Suggestions?

    Many Thanks,

  3. Thanks John, do you mean to change the reference from localhost to another name? if yes you just need to open it with visual studio and change the ref., recompile. I’m working now in version 2.o soon will release the beta.. lots of enhancements and new feature..

  4. Hi, my name is yulie. I’ve downloaded your application but I can’t open it because I don’t have the password and username. Would you mind to help me solve this problem? thank you…

  5. Yulie, you don’t need any user name and password to run the application.. if you connected it to your alfresco use the Alfresco user name and password (default admin, admin)

  6. Hi, I’m having problems uploading big size files (System.OutOfMemoryException) in the next source code line:

    WebServiceFactory.getContentService().write(newContentNode, Constants.PROP_CONTENT, bytes, contentFormat);

    Do you have any idea?

  7. how do I know that my capturesco is connected to my alfresco? because I have tried use the default username and password but it didn’t work. thank you..

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