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Consuming Document Services from HTML5 app using proxy bridge

Hello gurus!

we are testing SAP HCP capabilities with our HCP account (not a trial account). Everything is working fine but we are stuck at one point. We were checking the Document Services and we follow the proxy bridge approach. We were testing it using apache chemistry and it worked fine (we were able to create a folder and a document).

We are now trying to use the same approach from an HTML5 app we are currently developing on HCP but after checking the documentation and SAP Notes related we have no idea how to consume Proxy bridge services from an HTML5 application developed on the same HCP account.

We also checked that library sap.bc.cmis is discontinued since November 2015.

Could you help us with that?

Many thanks in advance!

Edgar.

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    Posted on Jul 27, 2016 at 11:24 AM

    In this case you need to code the CMIS calls as javascript remote calls in your html5 app.

    You can use the specific browser binding of CMIS for that purpose, see the resp. spec Content Management Interoperability Services (CMIS) Version 1.1

    You may also have a look at these exemplary requests & responses: Index of /cmis/CMIS/v1.1/os/examples/browser/

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