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Windows 7 operating system will it supports to UCM content server 10gR3 ???

Discussion in 'Oracle Webcenter Suite (formerly Oracle ECM)' started by yaznesh, Sep 1, 2010.

  1. yaznesh

    yaznesh Forum Advisor

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    1.i am working on UCM. i have to install ucm content server in office desk top. but we are using microsoft windows 7 operating system. windows 7 os will it support to UCM content server 10gR3 ?? please let me know immediatly whether is supports or not ?

    2. i have to work on through UCM API's, i have to work on through UCM API's checkin, search,retrive, view. how it can be done ? clear description needed

    3. i need UCM API's for water marking and time stamping in a PDF document.

    when we chekin the document , it should be viewed in PDF format with water marking and time stamping .

    please help me out how to approch above mentioned requirements

    quick response would be highly appriciated ..!!

  2. ericb

    ericb Active Member

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    Venlo, The Netherlands
    Hi Yaznesh,

    1. As far as I know for now, UCM is not supported for Windows 7. You might be able to use it with a 32 bit version of windows 7, because the Desktop Integration Suite is supported by Oracle for Windows Vista 32 bit. But UCM itself or a real supported version of the Desktop Integration Suite for Windows 7 is not available, as far as I know. You could contact Oracle support to find out if they can help you.

    2. Well, a clear description of how to work with the UCM api's is not that easy. What do you want to do with it? Integration with java applications (use the Content Integration Suite), through .Net (use the available interface which can be found on a UCM blog - google it to find it), do you want to create custom components?
    And then there are the steps to take to gain knowledge of how to do it. You can follow a course with Oracle University or with other companies like Stellent Experts; or read the book on UCM which is just released: The Oracle Universal Content Management Handbook by Dmitri Khanine. Or read the bible of Bex: The Definitive Guide To Stellent Content Server Development by Brian Bex Huff. Or you could hire someone to do it for you. Mind you: I have no relations with Oracle, Stellent Experts, Bex Huff or Dmitir Khanine so I have nothing to gain by you choosing either of them. I am just an Oracle UCM specialist/ enthusiastic helping other UCM specialists/enthusiastics. There a many ways to go so choose on. That's the clearest answer I can give you.

    3. I thought there was a component for watermarking, but I have not done anything with it. This should be part of the Oracle Content Conversion Server pact and is called PDF Watermark. Kyle's blog is mentioning an integration with ImageMagick, although this is more for images with watermark and it's a 3rd party tool. Or you might look into the information rights management software. But I do not know any watermark api's. Can you find anything in the help on the UCM server?

    I hope I have put you in the right direction with my answers. Let me know the solutions for this problem (especially the last one) if you find them, because I am very interested.

    Succes and kind regards,

  3. shaktipp@gmail.com

    shaktipp@gmail.com Active Member

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    Oracle UCM 11g is supported windows 7 (32/64 bits).

    Thanks and Regards
    Shakti Panda