This guide describes how to create code that will perform sealing and related tasks for protecting the content of files under Oracle IRM control.
This guide is for developers who want to create tools for sealing and unsealing protected content, or who want to adapt existing tools to support content protected by Oracle IRM. Users of this guide need basic familiarity with Oracle IRM, should be competent Java developers familiar with a Java IDE, and should know how to call web services from Java.
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For more information, see the following documentation:
Oracle Fusion Middleware Administrator's Guide for Oracle IRM Server
This guide is also available as the online help for the Oracle IRM Server product.
Oracle Fusion Middleware External Users Support Guide for Oracle IRM Desktop
Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle IRM Desktop
This guide is also available as the online help for the Oracle IRM Desktop product.
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The following conventions are used throughout this guide:
The notation <Install_Dir> is used to refer to the location on your system where Oracle IRM Server is installed.
Forward slashes (/) are used to separate the directory levels in a path name. This is true when referring to files on a Windows file system or on a UNIX system. A forward slash will always appear after the end of a directory name.