Cordra API returns configurable software properties to manage digital objects at scale in NoSQL. This API is accessible indirectly via SDKs. With the SDKs, developers can implement application design identifiers such as design objects, payloads, lifecycle hooks, handle integration, and versioning. They can configure single instance Cordra, reindexing, manage logs, backend, distribute sessions manager, administrate Web UIM, and migrate across environments. Cordra is part of the Corporation for National Research Initiatives. Cordra is a highly configurable software for managing digital objects with resolvable identifiers at scale.
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The Cordra DOIP Java Sample Code demonstrates how to create a digital object, how to make call to retrieve a DigitalObject with an identifier that resolves to the service information, and how to use methods that support basic operations that include hello, create, retrieve element, update, delete searchID, and list operations.
The Cordra REST Java Sample Code demonstrates how to create a new instance of CordraClient, create a digital object of type Document without attaching any payload, and retrieve, update, and delete the object.