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Weblogic Portal Content Management

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I would like to programmatically retrieve the contents from the weblogic content management using the weblogic portal API. Can you provide me some samples?
I know how to retrieve it in the JSP by using the <cm:getNode> .

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Hi,

Code sample :

ContentContext ctx = new ContentContext();
INodeManager inm = ContentManagerFactory.getNodeManager();
Node myNode = inm.getNode(ctx, '/WLP Respository/node1);
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Emmanuel
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Thank you.
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