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Tag Archives: Spaces
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
A new updated and expanded version of this post, which includes information about how to configure security is located here. I often get asked about exposing functionality from PeopleSoft through WebCenter – how do you do it? How hard is it? Here … Continue reading
I’v posted a blog about how to customize Oracle WebCenter task flows in your own custom application. Some of us might also wonder how to do such kinds of customizations on Spaces. There are some differentiates between custom application and … Continue reading
WebCenter Spaces 11g was released on July 1, 2009. It is a collaboration platform, built on top of Oracle WebCenter 11g. I recently went through the process of setting it up for a client, and integrating it with Microsoft technologies … Continue reading