Understanding Portal Framework, Creating and Visualizing Portal Navigation Embedded

By | February 12, 2014 | 0 Comment

Here I am, with some basic but required at very first step If someone is planning to go with the Portal Application. By that, I mean Oracle Webcenter Framework or the application which will be based on Custom Webcenter Application framework or If at all you want to develop a portal/website by using various Portal […]

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Exploring Custom Webcenter Security using Integrated Weblogic Server LDAP

By rajesh | January 11, 2014 | 1 Comment

First thing to consider here is, this post will talk about only the development scenario because when it comes to Production, things will be different as, you will be using External LDAP to manage your users and groups or you will be using Standalone weblogic server. So, consider using Oracle Jdeveloper 11.1.1.3.0 and onwards. After […]

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Digging Webcenter Services Part II : Document Services – Part II

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Let’s finish what we have started earlier. What we did, we tried to explore the Oracle Webcenter Different Document Services. Let’s go on the same way, we have left with few document services to complete : Following : 1)       Document Navigator 2)       Upload 3)       Rich Text Editor 4)       Document Viewer 5)       Mini Properties 6)       Recent […]

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Digging Webcenter Services Part II : Document Services – Part I

By rajesh | October 13, 2013 | 1 Comment

I am hoping, you have gone through the other posts as well on webcenter services. I am here again to give you feel about Webcenter Document Services. I my early post, I explore Content Presenter service. The Documents service task flows provide a variety of formats to display folders and files, including wikis and blogs, […]

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Digging Web center Services Part I: Content Presenter

By rajesh | October 12, 2013 | 0 Comment

Here comes some good and important Oracle webcenter services. Let’s say this one, Content Presenter is the most frequently used and I would not say easy to tweak with. Definitely, Using this service is one thing and playing it for different needs is entirely different. So, Content Presenter is one of the integral part of […]

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Configure Web Center Content in Jdeveloper to leverage Out of Box Web Center Functionality Part-II

By rajesh | October 7, 2013 | 0 Comment

Here again to take you forward in webcenter services using jdeveloper. So, ensure you have followed the earlier post to get a successful configuration of content server in jdeveloper : http://smconsultant.com/configure-web-center-content-in-jdeveloper-to-leverage-out-of-box-web-center-functionality-part-i Now, we will try to explore these following options in details in forth coming related posts : 1)      Exploring Contribution Folder in jdeveloper : […]

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Configure Web Center Content in Jdeveloper to leverage Out of Box Web Center Functionality Part-II – Content Server in ADF Pop UP

By rajesh | October 4, 2013 | 0 Comment

Here again to take you forward in webcenter services using jdeveloper. So, ensure you have followed the earlier post to get a successful configuration of content server in jdeveloper : http://smconsultant.com/configure-web-center-content-in-jdeveloper-to-leverage-out-of-box-web-center-functionality-part-i#comment-4993 We have a successful connection to our repository and have configured the folder_g component in Oracle Webcenter Content server[Do not forget the difference between […]

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Content Integration Suite- Itegrating with Webcenter Content

By | May 26, 2013 | 0 Comment

CIS or Content Integration Suite is a set of APIs that help the users to access the content server services. Through these APIs, the user can actually fetch the UCM services like document check in, workflow, search, full text search etc in a custom application and deploy it in any J2EE compatible container.   The […]

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Oracle Weblogic Interview Questions

By | May 23, 2013 | 2 Comment

1. What is a domain in weblogic server? An Oracle WebLogic Server administration domain is a logically related group of Oracle WebLogic Server resources. Domains include a special Oracle WebLogic Server instance called the Administration Server, which is the central point from which you configure and manage all resources in the domain. Usually, you configure […]

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Interview Questions and Answer: Webcenter and ADF

By | March 24, 2013 | 2 Comment

1. What is policy store and identity store in OID? Identity Store is used to store information about users and groups while the Policy Store is used to store information about security policies. 2. What is the difference between databindings.cpx and datacontrol.dcx? The DataBindings.cpx file contains the Oracle ADF binding context for your entire application […]

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