In order to get things started you need to install the WebCenter extensions for JDeveloper, create a WebCenter Portal project and configure a Content Server connection to point to a running instance of UCM 11g..

Once you have these in place, you can start programming RIDC. I will describe below the most useful operations that can be performed using the API.

            IdcContext idcContext = new IdcContext("weblogic", "welcome1");
            IdcClientManager clientManager = new IdcClientManager();
            try {
                // Create idc client
                IdcClient client = clientManager.createClient("idc://dummy.com:4444");
                // Create a new binder
                DataBinder dataBinder = client.createBinder();
                // set parameter for service call
               // dataBinder.putLocal(WCCConstants.KEY_IDC_SERVICE, "DELETE_REV");
                //
                dataBinder.putLocal(CWCCConstants.KEY_TIMESTAMP, ts.toString());            logger.fine("get response");
            result = response.getResponseAsBinder();
        } catch (IdcClientException e) {
            throw new ContentServiceException("Error in request IdcClient: " + e.getMessage(), e);
        }
        return result;
    

Using this way we can call the UCM service and get the result set.

Happy coding with Vinay in Techartifact.

Vinay

I am an Oracle ACE in Oracle ADF/Webcenter. Sr Java Consultant-working on Java/J2EE/Oracle ADF/Webcenter Portal/ content and Hibernate for several years. I'm an active member of the OTN JDeveloper/Webcenter forum. Passionate about learning new technologies. I am here to share my knowledge. Give your views and suggestion on [email protected] .

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  • Roger

    Hi Vinay,

    I am new to this RIDC thing and integration of UCm and ADF, so have a question…can we generate ADF BC for UCM in the way we generate for DB schemas?

  • well u can generate Datacontrol from UCM.not EO and VO.