Unfortunately, we don't have an out-of-the-box connector for Documentum or any other DCM system. If you want to expose the DCM as a hierarchical system, you could try with the FileSystem connector as a starting point (it extends a path-oriented base connector, minimizing the amount of work your connector has to do).
I hope that helps.
Thanks for your prompt reply and hint,
are there available any sample to re-use?... just to don't start completely from scratch.
The only sample I can recommend is the FileSystem connector (see https://github.com/ModeShape/modeshape/tree/master/extensions/modeshape-connector-filesystem). We currently include no sample in our Getting Started examples.
Thank you very much: we are going to develop that!!
I was wondering if the same technic is practible even if the DCM doesn't support natively JCR?
That is, have I buy a jcr connector to instantiate a communication with a generic DCM?
(sorry for the trivial question, I'm a newbie...but I wanna learn jcr quickly)
It should be possible to create a ModeShape connector that works with multiple DCMs, as long as you can code to an API or interface that is supported by multiple DCMs. One such interface I'm aware of is CMIS - this is relatively new, but seems to be getting traction in the DCM and CMS spaces. We'd love to have a CMIS connector, but none of the contributors has had the time or need.
If the DCM has support for a JCR interface, then you can try our JCR connector (which allows ModeShape to connect to an external JCR implementation). That may be challenging though, as JCR does not define a remote access capability.
Are there other options for DCM APIs or interfaces?