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Using the IdcCommand Utility and Remote Access in WCC 11g (Doc ID 1338011.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 23, 2023

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Occasionally, you may need to use remote access when managing your Oracle Content Server instance. This does not necessarily mean that remote terminal access is required. However, you must have the ability to submit commands to the server from a remote location which may even be running a different operating system. 

Combining remote access with the IdcCommand utility provides a powerful toolset and an easy way to check in a large number of files to your instance. To take advantage of this functionality, you will need to properly set up the workstation to submit commands and be able to use the IdcCommand utility with a batch load command file.

The steps for running IdcCommand from a remote machine are in this note, but also appear in chapter 3 of the System Administrator's Guide for Oracle Content Server.  For full documentation on BatchLoader and IdcCommand, see the System Administrator's Guide.


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In this Document
 Create a Batch Load Command File
 Preparing for Remote Batch Loading
 To Test the Configuration for the Remote Workstation:

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