Oracle® Beehive SOAP Web Services API Reference
Release 2 (22.214.171.124)
The Utilities category consists of various resources that enable you to more efficiently use the BDK.
/comb/v1/d/my resources enables you to retrieve information about the current, logged in user.
The following are some programming tips when using the
/wstm/listresource with an empty list filter is equivalent to the
/my/teamworkspacesresource, which returns the team workspaces that the current, logged in user is a member of. To retrieve the team workspaces that the logged in user may join but is not a member of, use the
Document that contains text involves uploading a text document, creating a
Document artifact, then associating the text document with the Document artifact.
In a POST request, specify the content you want to upload and a unique
Content-id header value (this value is used in the next step to uniquely identify the uploaded content). In the
/upload resource, specify the scope of the upload in the
uploadscope parameter. Send the POST request (which contains the content you want to upload) to the
/upload?uploadscope=uniquescope Content-id: 1000
In a POST request, specify in a
Content-id header value the same value you specified in the previous step. In the Document resource create method,
/d/adoc resource, specify the scope you specified in the previous step. Send the POST request to the
/adoc?uploadscope=uniquescope Content-id: 1000
The Document resource create method creates a new
Document artifact and associates the content you uploaded with the
Document's content attribute.
You may attach arbitrary name-value pairs of data to this
Document (as well as to any artifact), which can enable end users of your client to manipulate and process documents in your system.
You must use the same HTTP session for both steps 1 and 2 of the upload process.
To retrieve the content of the document, call
smct collabId is only an identifier and not something that you can specifically load. For example:
<content xsi:type="obh:identifiableSimpleContent" xmlns:xsi="http://www.w3.org/2001/XMLSchema-instance"> <type>INLINE</type> <collabId> <id>005D:7DB4:smct:6FDCAE7DCA31F7EDE040578C5C8471FB000000092832</id> <resourceType>smct</resourceType> </collabId> <contentLanguage>en</contentLanguage> <contentStreamId>cny22k7g1CCNnUKMEwaFEVJBz/8OVg==</contentStreamId> <size>146358</size> </content>