|Oracle® Enterprise Data Quality for Product Data Java API Interface Guide
Release 11g R1 (126.96.36.199)
Part Number E29133-03
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This chapter provides information about the Enterprise DQ for Product (EDQP) Oracle DataLens Server Java application programming interface (API) and includes the following:
There are three main APIs to the Oracle DataLens Server platform.
DSA Client - The Oracle DataLens Server DSA Client interface. This is used for direct access to the DSA loaded on the Oracle DataLens Servers for processing application/enterprise data. The DSA Client can process the following:
Tab-separated input data
Input data with any user-defined separator character
Input data from a database query
Information Client - The Oracle DataLens Server Information Client interface. This is used for access to information about the data lenses, Transform Maps, and DSAs that are loaded on the Oracle DataLens Servers.
Ping Client - The Server Availability Client interface. This is used to check for a response from any Oracle DataLens Server in an Oracle DataLens Server Group.
There is also a low-level Application Programming Interface to the Oracle DataLens Server platform. This interface is not recommended for application developers.
The Java API can be used for integrating to the following.
Java applications or Web pages
Available on Windows or Linux operating systems
Java JDK 1.6.0_29 - The API was compiled and built using this release.
Java JDK 1.5, 1.6 - The API is compatible with these releases.
The libraries and software used by this API are delivered in the product download in the
opdq-devtoolkit.zip file. The following libraries are provided, in the
\lib directory, for creating new applications and integrating to existing applications:
This library contains the Application interface classes.
This library contains the third party component, Jdom 1.0, needed by the API. Jdom is used for encoding/decoding the SOAP messages sent to the Oracle DataLens Server from the client application.