Oct 202013
Part II: Object Persistence in OpenText Content Server

Introduction In Part I of this blog series I discussed how object-oriented programming (OOP) can be used to simplify some common tasks in OpenText Content Server. I introduced RHNode and RHUser, which wrap the basic functionality of a Content Server node and user into an object. I also highlighted that similar classes exist for permissions, […]

Oct 142013

Over the last year I’ve changed how I approach development with OpenText Content Server. The change came after 12 years of conventional approaches, so you may understand it wasn’t an easy change to make. However, it has made my job much easier. This blog post will be part of a multipart series that summarizes my […]