Get recognition for your innovative WebCenter deployment and win a free pass to Oracle OpenWorld 2013. Nominations are being accepted for Oracle Fusion Middleware Innovation Awards until Tuesday, June 18. Nominations are open to any Oracle customer who has WebCenter in production or pilot deployment.
If you follow this blog, you know that product support has conducted a number of different Advisor Webcasts for existing WebCenter Content customers on topics such as framework folders, performance tuning, and authentication. These webcasts have been recorded and can be viewed by going to the 'archived' tabs on this knowledge base announcement:
Another talk I gave at Collaborate 2013 is this one on ADF Mobile and WebCenter. It builds off my talk from last year about general techniques, and gets into specific about the new ADF Mobile technology, and how to integrate it with WebCenter content and WebCenter Portal.
At Collaborate 2013 this year, Tony Field and I put together a talk about a topic that has been been floating around the WebCenter community as of late...How do I integrate WebCenter Sites (Fatwire) with WebCenter Content or Site Studio? We put together a handful of integration techniques, but the main focus was on upcoming features in the next version of WebCenter...
We're pleased to announce an updated release for Oracle WebCenter
Content and WebCenter Portal. Release 184.108.40.206 includes many bug fixes in
addition to enhancements to the WebCenter Content Application Extension Framework (AXF) supporting integrations with E-Business Suite and PeopleSoft.
I had someone recently ask if there is a way to create a query folder through Desktop Integration Suite (DIS). Query folders are a new feature available in Framework Folders that basically run pre-defined searches within the context of a folder. While not immediately obvious, there is a way to do it.
First, you perform your search through DIS and get your results in the Search Results folder.
We’re excited to announce the opening of the Oracle OpenWorld 2013 Call for Papers. If you have something interesting to present to the world’s largest gathering of Oracle technologists and business leaders, submit your WebCenter presentation proposal today. This call for presentation proposals closes on Friday, April 12, so don’t delay.
Missed the recent Quarterly Customer Update Webcast? We covered WebCenter's product offerings in social computing and mobility.
VIEW WEBCAST RECORDING:
Access the webcast recording and presentation by going to:
My Oracle Support Site Note: 568127.1
We'll announce the next Quarterly Customer Update Webcast here on the WebCenter Alerts blog.
The next Oracle WebCenter Quarterly Customer Update webcast is scheduled for March 14th (March 15th in Asia Pacific). We will be sharing the latest product updates and support announcements as well as cover WebCenter product offerings in social computing and mobility. Don’t miss out on this webcast geared towards WebCenter professionals and solution owners.
There will be two live sessions with Q&A at the end of each. Register for the one that's most convenient for you.