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Hello Matt.. or any one? please help..
this forums looks dead since nov3rd no reply to any of the queries.
HI, how are you.
i am trying this code, this is the closer i got to connect to oracle content DB. (See below)
First, add all libraries requried to a path...then add each of those JARS to the bpelclasspath in Manage BPEL Domain, in your BPEL Console, in your Domain of course.
Then, edit the Server.xml (in j2ee/home/config) and add the references to the JARs in oracle.bpel.common, see other examples in there.
Then you can try your code, and please, share your Java piece of code, i am trying the same, still i cant.
I am migrating a code from 10.1.2, which works perfect, but i cannot make it work in 10.1.3
Any clues, are welcome
oracle.ifs.fdk.FdkCredential credential = new oracle.ifs.fdk.SimpleFdkCredential(
oracle.ifs.fdk.ManagersFactory session = null;
session = oracle.ifs.fdk.ManagersFactory.login(credential, "https://contentdev.nblenergy.com/content/ws");
catch (oracle.ifs.fdk.FdkException t)
hi, you can contact me anytime to share knowledge in this Oracle Content connection..i still couldnt make it work.
i am trying to connect to an Oracle Content from BPEL 10.1.3....still fighting!