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we want to create a batch file (based on a java main program) using the UM API in order to create groups of user into the EP6.0 SP2 database.

we face a problem when we want to use the UM API ALone.

we need a lot of jar files and xml (dataSourceConfig_database_only.xml) ... we don't know how to create a standalone application using only the UM API ... do you know if there is a package which contains the full set of libraries ?

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    Posted on Nov 22, 2004 at 06:51 PM


    sorry, I don't know of a similar package. But I might focus your thoughts on two alternatives:

    a) UME features a text-based mass import functionalitty for users and groups. Check the "import" and "export" links in user administration.

    b) You might think of building a custom web service that runs on the portal and calls UM API locally. Then your client will call this service and request the neccessary UME updates.



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    • Hi Olivier,

      the ways Dominik showed should work nevertheless, especially the second way.

      A third way I would prefer is to import the data just from within the portal. You could create a DataSource by use of VisualAdmin to your Orcale DB and use this within your to be developed component.

      If you want to import the groups on a regular basis, you could create a SchedulerTask in KM.

      Hope it helps


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