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.ACP File Extension

File Type 1Alfresco Content Package

DeveloperAlfresco Software
4.6 (7 Votes)
CategoryBackup Files

What is an ACP file?

File used by Alfresco, an open source Enterprise Content Management (ECM) software package; contains data exported from an Alfresco repository; includes XML metadata files and the content files, which may be documents, web files, images, records, or any other type of data supported by the Alfresco repository model.

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ACP files are used for backing up repository data as well as for transferring data between Alfresco repositories. Any data exported by Alfresco can be imported by any other repository.

NOTE: ACP files are saved in a compressed .ZIP format even though they have the ".acp" extension.

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Programs that open ACP files
Updated 2/3/2017

File Type 2aacPlus Audio File

DeveloperInternational Standards Organization
3.5 (2 Votes)
CategoryAudio Files

.ACP File Association 2

Audio file encoded in the High-Efficiency Advanced Audio Coding (HE-AAC) version 1 format (called "aacPlus"); similar to an .AAC file, but compressed and optimized for streaming audio; used for Internet broadcasts and other online music streams.

Programs that open ACP files
Updated 4/5/2011

File Type 3EditPlus Auto-Completion File

2.0 (1 Vote)
CategoryDeveloper Files

.ACP File Association 3

File used by EditPlus, a source code text editor for C, C++, PHP, Java, and other languages; saved in plain text and contains rules for auto-completing text as the developer types source code; used for setting up keywords that trigger auto-completion.

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The EditPlus installation includes three ACP files: 1) cpp.acp for C++, 2) htmlbar.acp for HTML, and 3) perl.acp for Perl.

Programs that open ACP files
Updated 3/15/2011

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