Last updated on FEBRUARY 22, 2017
Applies to:Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 7.5.0 to 18.104.22.168.0 [Release Stellent to 11g]
Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 22.214.171.124.0 to 126.96.36.199.0 [Release 12c]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
How to Perform a Batch Load using IdcCommand from a Remote Client
This article describes the set up required for UCM 7.5 and 10g on a remote workstation to access the Stellent Content Server remotely and perform a batch load. For 11g steps, see the following note:
Document 1338011.1 - Using the IdcCommand Utility and Remote Access in UCM 11g
It is sometimes desirable to have remote access when managing your Stellent Content Management system. In many cases, this does not mean that Remote Terminal access is required, just the ability to submit commands to the server from a remote location. This article describes the setup required to submit commands from a remote workstation.
Combining remote access with IdcCommand provides a powerful toolset and an easy way to checkin a large number of files to your Content Server. This article contains information for using IdcCommand with a Batch Load Command file.
A Batch Load Command file contains a set of commands for each file that is loaded. If you are loading a large number of files, the command file may contain hundreds of lines. The task of creating the hundreds of lines required for a command file can be simplified by using editing tools. This article contains one example of how you can prepare a Batch Load Command file using the editing and mail merge features of Microsoft Office.
NOTE: It is important to note that when batch loading files into Content Server, you must implement a solution that allows the Content Server Java process to access the files on the remote PC running IdcCommand (or vise-versa), and ensure that the serialized hda files have the primaryFile path set within the context of what the Content Server Java process can resolve/access, not where the file is located on the remote PC. If you do not do this, file check-ins will fail with the error:
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