Feed Manager Manage Resources Ubiquity Tutorial

This tutorial demonstrates how to manage feeds from OpenLink Demo server Feed Manager instance for user demo.

Ubiquity Commands Subscription

If not already subscribed, perform the following steps:

  1. Go to http://demo.openlinksw.com/ods/ods_ubiquity.html
  2. Click the button "Subscribe"
  3. Click the button "I know what I'm doing. Subscribe to it".
  4. As result should be shown message for "Subscription Successful" and we are ready to perform the steps from the tutorial.

Initial conditions

In order to be executed correctly the steps below, there should be ODS Feed Manager instance for user demo at the Demo server. If not existing, it is enough after log in to go to Feed Manager from the left ODS Vertical Main Navigation. This will cause automatically to be created ODS Feed Manager instance.

Basic Tutorial Steps

  1. Authenticate using ODS command mode:
    1. sid:
      1. Execute the command:

        ods-host http://demo.openlinksw.com/ods

      2. Execute the command:

        ods-set-mode sid

      3. Execute the command:

        ods-authenticate-user demo password demo

    2. oauth: detailed description you can find here.
  2. Execute the command:

    ods-get-instance-id DemoFeeds

  3. As result will be shown the instance id. For the "DemoFeeds" instance this should be 47.
  4. Execute the command:

    ods-subscribe-feed 47 uri http://www.openlinksw.com/blog/~kidehen/gems/rss.xml

  5. As result will be shown message for successful subscription and added feed object with id 136.
  6. You can view the feed from Feeds Manager UI ->Administration
  7. In order to get the feed's details, execute the command:

    ods-get-feed-by-id 136

  8. We can also create folder for ex. with name: mytest:

    ods-create-feeds-folder 47 path /mytest

  9. As result will be shown message for successful creation of object folder with id 6.
  10. You can view the created folder under Administration->Folders:

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