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I need a full Java project setup for Core Services to get Component details by using Java program

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    Do you. Perhaps you have a question too? Are you asking if there's a default one with the installation, if there's something someone can magic-up or what it is you need to do to enact this? Did you already search for this? did you see something similar that didn't quite fit? – Dylan .. Mark Saunders Jan 31 at 15:41
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    Welcome to Tridion StackExchange! @Mark points out some StackExchange basics for sure, specifically on asking a question that can be, well, answered. See the help section for how to ask questions on topic as well as what kinds of questions to ask or not ask. As you explore the Content Manager APIs, I encourage you to ask more specific, "answerable" questions, starting with what you've tried, researched, or encountered in terms of issues. – Alvin Reyes Feb 1 at 8:56
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Welcome to TridionStackexchange!

Take look at the documentation for Interacting with the Core Service from Java

For a starting point, Mihas has done a Core service with Java client and placed his proxy classes in a Google code (open source) project, and he has written a few blogs about them:

Check those out and you will have everything you need to get started. Keep in mind these examples are written against SDL Tridion 2013, to have them work against version SDL Web 8.5, you will need to regenerate the proxies as the endpoints are different.

I hope it helps

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