TEAM Announces Free Custom Component Library for Oracle WebCenter Content
ARDEN HILLS, MINNESOTA — September 27th, 2012 — Oracle OpenWorld 2012
Arden Hills, MN – TEAM Informatics announces the release of TEAM’s Oracle® WebCenter Content Component Library; a collection of custom developed components for Oracle WebCenter Content. The library is offered free of charge and components may be downloaded from the following address. http://www.teaminformatics.com/info/component-library/index.htm
The component library is an exciting offering from TEAM to the Oracle community, providing components that enhance Oracle’s powerful technology. The components in the library were developed, tested and implemented in customer environments by TEAM WebCenter experts. The library is growing each month and currently offers the following components:
Folders Secure 11g offers the ability to add, edit, and remove collections; only users with the proper role permissions will be allowed to perform these activities. A list of roles that are allowed to administer collections is maintained in /config/config.cfg.
The AD Sync component syncs users from an AD/LDAP source into WebCenter Content. Some specific attributes include: an administration menu, adds active AD users not in Content, deletes Content external users not in AD, updates user metadata in Content for existing/active AD users, and much more.
Workflow Reports puts a link to the document history and workflow history on the content info page for each piece of content. Clicking on 'history' takes users to the Content History Report that displays the entire history of actions through which the piece of content has gone. Clicking on 'workflow' takes users to the Workflow History Report that displays the entire workflow through which the piece of content has gone.
The Expired Content component systematically deletes expired content items and their revisions after a specified time period. This component has two configuration variables that can be set within the component to alter the time period that the content server will retain expired content, as well as the time it will initiate the removal of those content items.
Additional Sort Fields is a sample used to describe how to specify additional fields as sortable during searches. As an example, this component specifies several additional standard fields such as dDocName and dDocAuthor as sortable fields.