RIDC examples

RIDC (Remote Intradoc Client) is a Java API that, “removes data abstractions to Oracle Content Server while still providing a wrapper to handle connection pooling, security, and protocol specifics”. More information about RIDC can be found in my post, RIDC versus CIS. Below are some articles (including some with code samples) to help you get […]

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WebCenter Content database tables

I have been asked before where/how data is stored in the database for WebCenter Content. A good overview of the database tables in use by WebCenter Content can be found in the Data Dictionary (page A-3) of Appendix A of the Content Server Troubleshooting Guide 10g Release 3. The following database tables are covered: Alias (page A-4) AliasUser […]

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Access config values from Java or Idoc Script

Configuration/environment variables store system wide settings for Oracle WebCenter Content. The Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer’s Guide for Oracle Universal Content Management explains it this way: The config.cfg file is used to define global variables for the Oracle Content Server system. Several of these variables can be set using the Oracle Content Server System Properties utility or by modifying […]

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Where are the intradoc Java classes located?

“I need to use the intradoc Java classes but cannot find where the classes are located? Can you help?” This question gets asked every so often on the forums. The intradoc classes are available as a JAR in the following locations: 10g – ucm_dir/custom/CS10gR35CoreUpdate/classes.jar 11g – middleware_home/Oracle_ECM1/ucm/idc/jlib/idcserver.jar You need to add this JAR file as […]

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