Easy Mass Metadata Updates In WebCenter Content

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect *This blog is informational in nature on an approach to mass updating WebCenter Content. Because each WebCenter implementation is unique in nature, it is not intended as a “how to” guide and any use of this information is at your own discretion. If I had $100,000 for every time… Read More

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Customizing WebCenter Content: Part 5 – Custom Service

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect As we conclude our Blog series on customizing WebCenter Content we are going to finally create a custom WebCenter Content service which will leverage the query and template we created in earlier Blog entries.  Once we have a custom service created, it can be placed on WebCenter Content menus,… Read More

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Customizing WebCenter Content: Part 4 – Query Resources

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect The past few Blog entries have covered some WebCenter Content building blocks that are necessary before we begin customizing the system.  In this entry we will explore the query resource which is that last of our basic building blocks before we start gluing everything together and creating our own… Read More

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Customizing WebCenter Content Server: Part 3 – Templates

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect In Part 2 we covered some of the things that can go into a custom component to help you customize your content server.  In this entry we’ll look at a Template and show how it can be used to customize the WebCenter Content interface. Templates in Content Server allow… Read More

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Customizing WebCenter Content Server: Part 2 – Understanding Components

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect In the previous blog entry on customizing WebCenter Content Server we covered the basic content server architecture.  With that architecture in mind we can discuss how customization is done on the content server. Customizing the content server involves creating custom “components” that run on top of the base architecture. … Read More

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Customizing WebCenter Content Server: Part 1 – Content Server Architecture

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect WebCenter Content is an incredibly flexible and customizable system.  The architecture allows for virtually any customization that can be dreamed up.  The goal of the next few Blog entries is to give our readers an overview of what they need to start to leverage the architecture and customize it… Read More

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The Low Hanging Fruit of WebCenter Content: Maximizing Your Investment

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By: Dwayne Parkinson – Solution Architect Many clients I encounter have an opportunity to leverage some of the low hanging fruit that WebCenter Content can deliver to solve pressing business needs, but they’re often unaware that these features exist.   For that reason I thought it would be useful to create a brief list a few… Read More

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Secure content makes the world go ’round

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By: Korey Berg  – Marketing Coordinator (originally published on the Oracle WebCenter Blog) Secure content makes the world go ‘round. Research documents, schematics, patent drawings, business plans, human resource documents, etc. are constantly being passed between contributors and owners. This sensitive information could fall into the wrong hands if mishandled or transferred insecurely, compromising employees… Read More

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Oracle WebCenter Suite & Microsoft Office 365 – Understanding the Differences

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By: Raoul Miller – Enterprise Architect Improving collaboration and content management are important goals for many organizations today and the choice of products to help is wide.  Understanding the differences between the different platforms and vendors is very important for anyone looking to start an initiative in order for them to get the best value… Read More