Review commands and capabilities provided by the Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Toolkit. This post explores various scenarios that may not be obvious to a new user of the OCE Toolkit.
With the release of 19.4.3, OCE introduced a new feature named "Find Visually Similar". This functionality can add a lot of value all asset repositories with Digital Assets (images).
Content Profiles allow administrators to craft custom check-in and search screens. They can perform all sorts of default metadata tips and tricks and generally craft targeted, context centric pages that help users properly apply metadata to their content.
By default, when the check-in page loads up the Content Type select list automatically sets itself to the first item in the list. Sometimes this can cause problems if users do not pay attention, get lazy, etc. On occasion it will be desirable to force the selection of a Content Type (dDocType).
In my Oracle OpenWorld 2009 demo I showed how to use the Web URL Map feature of Content Server to make images and renditions easier to use in Cascading Style Sheets. This post is about that topic and one of the components I demonstrated during that session.
Written by: Jason Stortz
Oracle WebCenter Content (abbreviated WCC and formerly referred to as UCM or Stellent) exposes nearly everything it can do as a service. WCC is very SOA friendly. We can take advantage of this fact and use something like curl or wget to execute services in WCC from the command line.
Out of the box, Site Studio nodeIds are unique across all websites on a WebCenter Content instance. However, there is a configuration flag to change this. If the WebCenter Content configuration flag SSGenerateUniqueNodeIdsis set to 0 (false), nodeIds will only be unique within each website.
Quite often we need to customize our Content Servers using some specific Java code. Usually we accomplish this by creating a custom component and utilizing Service Handlers or Java Filters (or both). Unfortunately, sometimes it might be hard to decide when you should use one over the other. So, let’s dig deeper into both and understand how they work.