Opening content manager document from Java

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We have IBM Content Management software for iseries which is primariliy used to see images. We stored the documents on System i and they are purged to an optical disk. The list of document are shown in AS/400 subfile. When a user take a view option against a image type, it open the related document in IBM client based Content Manager view. We have a java application running on Web Sphere on Linux. How can i open a image in Client based IBM Content Management using Java?
ASKED: December 31, 2008  6:06 PM
UPDATED: December 31, 2008  6:36 PM

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