Aug 06, 2012 4:18pm
Aug 06, 2012 4:18pm
This worked reasonably well: I´ve ported the WebCenter Content Quick Search App to iOS and was able to get around all the approval hurdles for the Apple iTunes App Store. You can find the tool here: http://itunes.apple.com/us/app/webcenter-content-quick-search/id532886293
Here are some statistics of the code:
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When you sort the results of a search by Score using OracleTextSearch as the search engine in WebCenter Content, the results coming back are based on the relevancy on the document. In theory, the more relevant the search term is to the document, the higher ranked Score it should receive. But in practice, the relevancy score can seem somewhat of a mystery. It's not entirely clear how it ranks the importance of some documents over others based on the search term.
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I recently had a question come up on one of my previous blog articles about downloading a specific video rendition. When accessing image renditions, you simply need to pass in the 'Rendition=
When configuring a WebCenter Content (WCC) cluster, one of the things which makes it unique from some other WebLogic Server applications is its requirement for a shared file system. This is actually not any different then 10g and previous versions of UCM when it ran directly on a JVM. And while it is simple enough to say it needs a shared file system, there are some crucial details in how those directories are configured. And if they aren't followed, you may result in some unwanted behavior.
Some useful WebCenter Content technical resources that you might not be aware of:
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