or - even more easily - in the log.
ServiceResponse response =idcClient.sendRequest(userContext, dataBinder);
Again, GUI will give you parameters that work and you can later adjust them to your needs.
dataBinder.putLocal("dParentCollectionID",this.getFolderIdFromPath(idcClient,userContext,PATH + "/" +journalName)); dataBinder.putLocal("dCollectionOwner", "sysadmin");
blFieldTypes: xForceFolderSecurity text,xPartitionId text,dInDate date,xReadOnly text,dSubscriptionNotifyDate date,xTemplateType text,dMessage message,xInhibitUpdate text,dCreateDate date,xWebFlag text,dSubscriptionCreateDate date,xHidden text,dReleaseDate date,StatusMessage message,dSubscriptionUsedDate date,xCollectionID int,xStorageRule text,dOutDate date,xExternalDataSet bigtext,xComments memo,xIdcProfile textActually, take a look also at xCollectionID . Maybe, that's the answer.
Also still in the UCM I can't see the folder I meant to create.This can be related to dParentCollectionID. I'd suggest to start with a fixed value (then, you will have to make dCollectionName dynamic so that you can call your code several times)
By the way,do you know if the UCM has the tool for upload a series of folders and files?Provided that your local machine is Windows, then, yes, absolutely. Take a look at Desktop Integration Suite: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10624/toc.htm