This guide provides detailed information about Oracle WebCenter Content (WebCenter Content) services, which are functions or procedures performed by the Oracle WebCenter Content Server (Content Server) system, Oracle WebCenter Content: Inbound Refinery system, Oracle WebCenter Content: Records system, and other Content Server components.
Calling a WebCenter Content service (making a service request) is the only way to communicate with the WebCenter Content system or access the Content Server database. This guide describes service usage and syntax, and provides detailed descriptions and examples of commonly used and predefined WebCenter Content services.
The information contained in this guide is based on 11g Release 1 (11.1.1). The information is subject to change as the product technology evolves and as hardware and operating systems are created and modified. Due to the technical nature of browsers, databases, Web servers, and operating systems, Oracle cannot warrant compatibility with all versions and features of third-party products.
Note:For more information about customizing and integrating the WebCenter Content system, see Oracle WebCenter Content Developer's Guide for Content Server.
This guide is arranged according to WebCenter Content functionality or component, making it easier for you to find information about specific services. Services that are used extensively have an extended description. In addition, frequently-used services are marked with an asterisk (*) in introductory lists in each chapter.
Chapter 2, "Using Services," explains how WebCenter Content services work and provides examples of how Content Server services can be called externally from custom applications.
Chapter 3, "Customizing Services," explains the structure of WebCenter Content services, provides an example of how services, queries, and templates work together, and describes how to create a service resource for use with a custom component.
Chapter 4, "Core Content Server Services," describes standard Content Server services, grouped by common usage.
Chapter 5, "Workflow Services," describes Content Server workflow services.
Chapter 6, "Archive Services," describes archiving services used in the Content Server system.
Chapter 7, "Contribution Folders Services," describes services used with contribution folders.
Chapter 8, "Folders Services," describes services used with Framework Folders in the Content Server system.
Chapter 9, "Oracle WebCenter Content: Records Services," describes services used with the Oracle WebCenter Content: Records component.
Chapter 10, "Physical Content Management Services," describes services used with the Physical Content Manager component.
Chapter 11, "Extended User Attributes Services," describes services used with the Extended User Attributes component.
Chapter 12, "Folios Services," describes services used with Folios in the Content Server system.
Chapter 14, "Virtual Content Repository Services," describes services used by applications that work with the Virtual Content Repository (VCR) service provider interfaces.
Appendix A, "Actions," describes the actions used by individual services.
An index is provided at the end of this guide.