Java Samples for Content Webservices

 
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Java Samples for Content Webservices are few and far in between.OT mainly puts samples in C# and many  a times I myself wonder if my company did not allow me to do that how I would do that in Java.In all truth OT ships a massive application called TreeView.java and TreeView.s ln for both languages .But the java thing takes a lot of setup especially if one was not keeping active in that world.However I used the NetBeansIDE to actually do most of that so I use that debugging environment to try all my java stuff Recently I debugged how to run a Live Report in livelink via C# webservices.Then somebody wanted me to show them how to do it via Java.One of these days I want to return to seeing if I can do all this command line with nothing else other than notepad.

Well I created two word documents, my guess is the poster did not speak english  very well,did not know livelink nor did know java to start with  .Hence I dumbed it enough for people to follow in almost any criteria.

 

Having livelink and its builder helps me in my endeavours and so Oscript remains my first love although I am getting farther and farther from it all

 

I have these files in the Communities website

If I had a LR taking a string parameter  how to write that in Java(C# is available aplenty)

If I had a LR taking a integer parameter how to write that in Java(C#is available aplenty)

There is a bug with Live Report Extensions.A poster in KB said that OT is aware of it.

Why Having LR Extensions(something that Webreports) company produces breaks Livereport calling with Webservices of OT

 

 

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About appukili

Oscripter and Livelink aficionado
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4 Responses to Java Samples for Content Webservices

  1. Kingsley says:

    Hi Appu,

    Web services have lot of advantages. Interoperability is one of them.
    So, Web services are used to make the application platform and technology independent.
    Why OT is sticking to C# and Java.

    Regards,
    King

    • appukili says:

      Interoperability is achieved in my mind when integrations use livelink as the data store.So if a web services is used either in a .Net/Java realm that would work.You would not want integrations to program in Oscript because it would be totally alien to them.If you took my post as OT siding with C# or Java that is not what I said,any language who knows how to call a web services end point can be used .That is what the new paradigm from OT makes you do.Remember to program in lapi, you had to install software whereas in the WS implementation all OT is doing is providing files that expose livelink to the world in a web server. Watch out for the next iteration because OT is embracing the RESTful API soon.

  2. Mamta Butani says:

    We have a search form in asp where it will search with City name(as a textbox). when we clicking on one of the folders id on search result page it will redirect us to the folder location. We have used the LAPI code for the above functionality. But now for cs16 we wanted the same functionality /code using Web-services. Could you please provide us few sample code on web-services where it can redirect to folder location when clicked on search result. Thank you!

    • appukili says:

      I am not sure I understand what you are facing.I have always used the search XML API to call from CWS/LAPI I have never used the LAPI Search code or CWS search code they are monstrous and very deprecated even OT says do not use that.I am pretty sure if you looked at XML search API you will be in much better shape.Anybody can call a URL form a programming language in my mind…

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