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Changing Menus in WebCenter Content 11g

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect For those of you coming from the land of 10g, you get to add yet another piece of information to the scrap heap that is “obsolete technical stuff I know.”  Specifically, how to modify the menu structure in WebCenter Content has been changed in 11g.  All of those NavBuilder… Read More

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Let TEAM Shed Some Light on WebCenter 11g

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FREE 2-Hour knowledge sharing session on the differences between WebCenter 10g and 11g.  TEAM always strives to be a thought leader in the WebCenter community; offering blogs, videos, and how-to’s to inform our partners, customers, and community members alike. We would like to extend a special opportunity to our current and potential customers for a… Read More

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Press Release – TEAM Releases GSA Connector v3.1

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ARDEN HILLS, MINNESOTA — June 19th, 2013 TEAM Informatics, Inc., a leading enterprise software products firm in the Oracle® WebCenter market, announces the release of version 3.1 of the Google Search Appliance® (GSA) Connector for WebCenter Content. The GSA extends the power of Google’s core search technology with its simplicity and familiar interface to corporate… Read More

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WebCenter Sites VS Site Studio: What You Gain, What You Lose

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By: Jon Chartrand – Solution Architect There have been an increasing number of clients questioning the real differences between these two products– not just in terms of the overall picture but on a feature-by-feature basis. After all, there are tens of thousands of highly functional Site Studio websites out there today (some of which I… Read More

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Book Review: Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook by Yannick Ongena

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by Nick Olmsted One of the latest WebCenter books released, “Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook” by Yaninick Ongena has a great overview of the Oracle Portal product (including a chapter on WebCenter Spaces). This book has “cookbook” in its title meaning that it doesn’t describe the detailed functionality or architecture of Oracle WebCenter but… Read More