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Tag Archives: WebCenter
Recently, I had the opportunity to read Yannick Ongena‘s new book, Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook, from Packt Publishing. The book takes the form of a collection of ‘recipes’ – instructions on how to carry out common tasks and … Continue reading
My colleague George posted an article on configuring the BPM Process Portal on WebCenter 188.8.131.52 here.
Oracle has just released a new pre-built WebCenter VM. You can find details and download links here. This VM includes WebCenter 184.108.40.206 (also known as ‘patchset 3′) with UCM and two full demonstration sites – an employee portal and a … Continue reading
The newly updated iPhone app for Oracle WebCenter Spaces 11g Release 1 is now available, with support for PS3 as well as PS2 servers. This new version represents a major change, not merely an incremental update of the previous version. … Continue reading
In a previous post, we built a component that displays an organisation chart using the ADF Hierarachy Viewer. In this post, we look at how to use that component. The organization chart provides a hierarchy view for members in an … Continue reading
Introduction The ADF Hierarchy Viewer component provides a highly interactive way to visualise and interact with a set of data which contains relationships. In this post, we will use it to build an organisation chart which allows users to navigate … Continue reading
In this post we will present a complete end-to-end installation and configuration of Oracle BPM 220.127.116.11, including Oracle WebCenter 18.104.22.168 for the Process Portal, Spaces and Composer features, on the Oracle Enterprise Linux 5.4 64-bit operating system, with Oracle Database … Continue reading
I was talking to an architect at a new WebCenter installation over the last few days, they were having a lot of strange issues with pages not rendering correctly, parts of the page missing and the layout getting all messed … Continue reading
Reposting from Peter Moskovits: If you have a WebCenter Spaces deployment (or are thinking about getting one), you should definitely check out the free WebCenter Spaces iPhone App, that allows you to access your activity stream, your contacts, all your Spaces … Continue reading
Note: This post is an updated and extended version of this older post. This post was produced jointly with Shawn Xin and Wellen Lau along with help and support from several other people. 1 Introduction Often customers wish to expose … Continue reading