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How to create Framework Folders Shortcuts using RIDC (Doc ID 2416472.1)

Last updated on NOVEMBER 14, 2022

Applies to:

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


Migrating from Folders_g to Framework Folders for WebCenter Content.

If currently using RIDC to create a folder shortcut (e.g. 11g folders_g), there is a need to identify a similar service for Framework Folders to create a folder shortcut.

Here is the 11g Webcenter Content RIDC code that is used to create folder shortcuts (folders_g):
requestBinder.putLocal("IdcService" , "COLLECTION_ADD_LINK");
requestBinder.putLocal("dCollectionID" , srcCollectionID); // The folder ID of the parent folder referenced by the shortcut
requestBinder.putLocal("dLinkName" , linkName); // The shortcut destination
requestBinder.putLocal("dLinkType" , "COLLECTION"); // Foler link. Must be either COLLECTION or CONTENT
requestBinder.putLocal("tohasParentCollectionID", "true"); // Folder is referenced using the folder ID
requestBinder.putLocal("todCollectionID" , tgtCollectionID); // Folder ID that the shortcut references

How can this function be replicated in 11g and 12c that supports creating Framework folders shortcuts?



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