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.net and documentum


I want to know the best to go about writing an asp.net interface for documentum.
Does anyone have any experience of this?

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The DFC Primary Interop Assembly (PIA) makes the Documentum Foundation Classes (DFC) accessible from .NET code. The PIA integrates seamlessly into Microsoft Visual Studio .NET and supports rich design-time features including statement completion and object browser help. At runtime, the PIA provides a thin, efficient layer through which .NET code can access the DFC via the Documentum Java to COM bridge.

A supported version of the PIA ships with DFC 5.2.5 and any 5.x releases that follow. The document "DFC PIA Development Guide" is included with the DFC 5.2.5 documentation.


 DFC/ASP Sample App

This is an ASP clone of the JSP application listed above. This sample application shows you how to make DFC calls using COM in an Active Server files environment. It includes code to connect, dissconnect, issue queries, create documents, and view the content of documents stored in the docbase. It also includes an ASP version of the test application that helps you configure your web server environment to call DFC. Written by Fabian Lee, Blue Fish Development Group.

This sample ASP application was created as an introduction to using Documentum's Foundation Classes (DFC) in an Active Server Pages environment. It has been written to run against any 4i or higher docbase, and uses the COM interface to DFC to make its calls.
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Thats great.

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