Sometimes when troubleshooting issues, the exact cause of the issue may be difficult to find. You may run across an error appearing in the log file. But it may not have enough information about what went wrong...or how it might happen again.
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One of the guiding principles with WebCenter Content has been to make it as easy as possible to consume content. And part of that means viewing content in a format that is optimal for the end user… regardless of the format the content was created in. So WebCenter Content has a long history of converting files from one format to another. Often this involves converting a proprietary desktop publishing format to something more open that can be viewed directly from a browser. Or taking a high resolution image and creating a rendition that download quickly over a slow network.
In the case of migrating from one WebCenter Content instance to another, there are several different tools within the system to accomplish that migration depending on what you need to move over.
In a post I made a few years ago, I described how you can add WebCenter Content (UCM at the time) search to the browser's search engines. I think this is a handy shortcut if you find yourself performing searches often enough in WCC.
How would you like to leave Collaborate knowing exactly what you wanted to learn? Here's your chance...
Like last year, the WebCenter SIG at IOUG Collaborate 2013 (April 7-11 in Denver) will have a deep dive session for Sunday. Bezzotech was asked to deliver 2-hours of a deep dive... and were batting around ideas for what to talk about... Security? Performance? Integrations?
Then it hit us, why not let the attendees pick our talk?
One of the most helpful tracing sections in WebCenter Content (and one that is on by default) is the requestaudit tracing. This tracing section summarizes the top service requests happening in the server along with how they are performing. By default, it has 2 different rotations. One happens every 2 minutes (listing up to 5 services) and another happens every 60 minutes (listing up to 20 services). These traces provide the total time for all the requests against that service along with the number of requests and its average request time.
Missed the recent Quarterly Customer Update Webcast? We presented the product roadmaps for WebCenter Portal, WebCenter Content and WebCenter Sites.
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