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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Content Server
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10807-01
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7.1 Overview of Oracle UCM Web Services

Web services reside as a layer on top of existing software systems such as application servers, .NET servers, Oracle WebLogic Server, and the Content Server. Web services can be used as a bridge to dissimilar operating systems or programming languages. Web services are adapted to the Internet as the model for communication and rely on the HyperText Transfer Protocol (HTTP) as the default network protocol. Thus, using web services, you can build applications using a combination of components.

Oracle Universal Content Management (UCM) Web services work with Oracle WebLogic Server Web services to perform management functions for Content Server installed on Oracle WebLogic Server. Oracle WebLogic Server Web services provide SOAP capabilities, and Oracle UCM Web services include several built-in SOAP requests. Oracle UCM Web services are automatically installed with an Oracle UCM instance, but they require additional configuration to set up security.

Core enabling technologies for Oracle UCM Web services include: