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how to define life time of docmenmts in bulk

HI,

I have some 10000 documnts for which I need to define life time of the documents.

I do not want go to each docmuents property and defined the life time of the document. which is

How to set the life time of all the documents in one shot .

and also I need to set docs life time periodically .

how to achieve this

If i need to develop some sort of pluggins

please give some hint or some piece of code with instruction to start developing the pluggins

thanks

pk

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    Posted on Nov 18, 2005 at 01:52 PM

    Hi,

    You must develop this funtionality, you can find more information in:

    https://www.sdn.sap.com/irj/servlet/prt/portal/prtroot/docs/library/uuid/6b30b090-0201-0010-829d-e988d093ac65

    Time-Based Publishing

    This service enables you to control when a resource is visible or hidden. With the help of the service, information can automatically be made public or withdrawn at a specific time. This is useful to ensure that users are only presented with up-to-date information and are not overwhelmed by a large amount of outdated material. A common situation where time-dependent publishing is very useful is the handling of financial reports that publicize the quarterly results of a company. These reports have to be published on a certain date and are no longer of interest when a certain period of time has elapsed. Time-based publishing makes it easy to automatically publicize and withdraw this information at the right time.

    Further Information

    See the Javadoc package description com.sapportals.wcm. repository.service.appproperties for a detailed explanation of the API and underlying concepts

    Patricio.

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