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Do you insist on web services? If so, check this out: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10807/c25_wsdl_and_soap.htm#BEHHIGHJ
If not, from Java you might also use RIDC. Here is an example: Re: Migrating 2 million contents from Database to UCM.
I'm here again. Thanks for your help and advice.
I've managed to create a simple WS (Hello World) using a WSDL. The guide is found at:
It's working OK.
Now we're trying to use the Check-in WSDL of our UCM. We downloaded it, added to the project but we don't know how to call it.
This is our project:
I could not find any guides teaching me how to call the WS, or how to pass the metadata parameters (they are necessary) to do a successful check-in.
Anyone, please, could guide/teach me on how to do it or where I can find the info?
I'm a newcomer in this WS/UCM world and I'm asking everyone about it, even our Java consultants don't have all the knowledge about it.
as for the UCM piece, check this link out: http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10807/c25_wsdl_and_soap.htm#BEHHIGHJ
It describes what service with what parameters should be called. There are also SOAP Request and Response schemes.
If I understood your question, it is more how to create a piece of code that calls the service, right? This very much depends on what your programming language is, and partially also what your IDE is. There is a comprehensive tutorial for Java/Jdeveloper available here: http://st-curriculum.oracle.com/obe/jdev/obe11jdev/ps1/webservices/ws.html I believe if you go through that you will be at least a journeyman on WS. Another good resources can be found http://www.ibm.com/developerworks/webservices/library/ws-javaclient/ or http://qnatech.wordpress.com/2008/07/29/how-to-write-code-to-invoke-a-web-service-from-java/
I hope that helps.
I've managed to find the first example, but not the second.
I followed the second without knowing it. I can create the WS client as I'm showing in these screens:
Now comes the question: how can I call the WS and put metadata in the file I want to check-in in UCM? Am I doing the right way?
Thanks again, you're helping me a lot!
I'm trying to replicate the scenario. I got stuck with check-in services (CheckIn.wsdl has some conflict in JDev, probably with one of installed components), so will try to post a sample with other services.
Note that with those IDEs, it usually fills parameters for you - you just need to provide the right XMLs. I'll try to get something working and come back.
Not sure if you can get it that way. Check http://docs.oracle.com/cd/E23943_01/doc.1111/e10807/c25_wsdl_and_soap.htm#BEHJFFBG
The link from Administration - Soap Wsdls looks like http://owcvm03:7001/cs/idcplg?IdcService=GET_SOAP_WSDL_FILE&wsdlName=CheckIn&idcToken=