Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook


Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook
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  • The only book and eBook in the market that focuses on administration tasks using the new features of WebCenter 11g PS3
  • Understand the use of Wiki and Discussion services to build collaborative portals
  • Full of illustrations, diagrams, and tips with clear step-by-step instructions and real-world examples
  • Learn how to build rich enterprise 2.0 portals with WebCenter 11g
  • Understand how to manage collaborative environments for your enterprise

Book Details

Language : English
Paperback : 348 pages [ 235mm x 191mm ]
Release Date : July 2011
ISBN : 1849682283
ISBN 13 : 9781849682282
Author(s) : Yannick Ongena
Topics and Technologies : All Books, Enterprise Products and Platforms, Oracle Fusion Middleware, Cookbooks, Enterprise, Oracle

Table of Contents

Preface
Chapter 1: Creating an Enterprise Portal with WebCenter
Chapter 2: Consuming Portlets
Chapter 3: Navigation Models and Page Hierarchies
Chapter 4: Managing the Resource Catalog
Chapter 5: Managing the Look and Feel of Your Portal
Chapter 6: Integrating Content with Document Services
Chapter 7: Discussions and Wiki Services
Chapter 8: Organizing and Finding Content
Chapter 9: Using Polls and Surveys
Chapter 10: Integrating External Content and Applications
Chapter 11: WebCenter Spaces
Chapter 12: Securing Your WebCenter Portal
Chapter 13: Managing WebCenter Portal Applications
Chapter 14: WebCenter Analytics and Activity Graph
Index
    • Chapter 2: Consuming Portlets
      • Introduction
      • Building JSR 286 portlets in JDeveloper
      • Registering a portlet producer at design time
      • Registering a portlet producer at runtime
      • Consuming portlets at design time
      • Consuming portlets at runtime
      • Wiring two portlets together at design time
      • Wiring two portlets together at runtime
      • Contextual wiring of portlets using events
      • Chapter 3: Navigation Models and Page Hierarchies
        • Introduction
        • Creating a navigation model at design time
        • Creating a navigation model at runtime
        • Adding a folder to a navigation model
        • Adding a link to a navigation model
        • Adding content query to a navigation model
        • Adding a page hierarchy to a navigation model
        • Referencing a navigation model
        • Adding a component to a navigation model
        • Adding a custom folder to a navigation model
        • Adding custom content to a navigation model
        • Changing the default start page of your portal
        • Filtering navigation resources based upon business logic
        • Exporting a navigation model
        • Importing an existing navigation model
        • Specifying the default navigation model
        • Managing the page hierarchy
        • Chapter 4: Managing the Resource Catalog
          • Introduction
          • Creating a resource catalog at design time
          • Creating a resource catalog at runtime
          • Adding a folder to a resource catalog
          • Adding a link to a resource catalog
          • Adding another resource catalog to a resource catalog
          • Adding a component to a resource catalog
          • Adding a custom folder to a resource catalog
          • Adding custom content to a resource catalog
          • Adding resources to a catalog at runtime
          • Managing the Resource Library
          • Securing resource catalogs
          • Filtering resources based upon a role or other business logic
          • Selecting a resource catalog based upon business logic
          • Exporting a resource catalog
          • Importing a resource catalog
            • Chapter 6: Integrating Content with Document Services
              • Introduction
              • Preparing UCM for a remote connection
              • Creating a connection to a content server
              • Creating a content driven navigation model
              • Displaying a single content item with the content presenter
              • Displaying multiple content items with the content presenter
              • Creating a content presenter template for a single item
              • Creating a content presenter template for multiple items
              • Using the document service taskflows
              • Chapter 7: Discussions and Wiki Services
                • Introduction
                • Creating a connection to the discussion service
                • Adding discussion forums to your portal
                • Creating forums
                • Creating topics
                • Adding announcements to your portal
                • Creating an announcement
                • Creating a wiki document
                • Editing a wiki document
                • Chapter 8: Organizing and Finding Content
                  • Introduction
                  • Creating a connection for the link and tagging services
                  • Enabling tagging functionality to pages
                  • Showing related content
                  • Showing a tag cloud
                  • Linking content
                  • Linking to a document
                  • Linking to a discussion
                  • Chapter 9: Using Polls and Surveys
                    • Introduction
                    • Creating a connection for the poll services
                    • Creating a poll
                    • Adding a poll to a page
                    • Managing sections
                    • Managing questions
                    • Scheduling a poll
                    • Analyzing the results
                    • Creating a poll template
                    • Applying a template to a poll
                    • Chapter 10: Integrating External Content and Applications
                      • Introduction
                      • Registering an external application in JDeveloper
                      • Register an external application at runtime
                      • Adding an external application to your portal
                      • Integrating external content with the WebClipping portlet
                      • Registering the Omniportlet
                      • Integrating external content with the Omniportlet
                      • Chapter 11: WebCenter Spaces
                        • Introduction
                        • Creating a discussion and announcement service connection
                        • Creating a document service connection
                        • Registering external Applications
                        • Registering a portlet producer
                        • Creating a group space
                        • Enabling additional pages
                        • Creating subspaces
                        • Creating lists
                        • Creating a space template
                        • Exporting group spaces
                        • Importing group spaces
                        • Chapter 12: Securing Your WebCenter Portal
                          • Introduction
                          • Securing pages with the page hierarchy
                          • Securing pages at runtime
                          • Using Oracle Identity Directory as an identity store
                          • Enabling SSL for a WebCenter portal application
                          • Securing taskflows
                          • Chapter 13: Managing WebCenter Portal Applications
                            • Introduction
                            • Creating a connection to an application server
                            • Deploying a WebCenter Portal Application
                            • Undeploying an application
                            • Managing connections in the Enterprise Manager
                            • Propagating changes from a staging environment to a production environment
                            • Viewing log messages in the Enterprise Manager
                            • Monitoring the performance of an application
                            • Chapter 14: WebCenter Analytics and Activity Graph
                              • Introduction
                              • Registering a WebCenter Portal application to the Analytics collector
                              • Manually running the Gathering Engine
                              • Scheduling the Gathering Engine
                              • Creating a connection to the activities schema in JDeveloper
                              • Using the WebCenter Analytics taskflows
                              • Creating your own analytics report
                              • Showing an activity stream on your portal

                              Yannick Ongena

                              Yannick is an Enterprise 2.0 architect who has dedicated his career to specializing in Enterprise 2.0 portals. With over 5 years experience in Oracle portal products like Oracle Portal and WebCenter he has seen the evolution in enterprise portals. He was one of the first who received the WebCenter Implementation Specialist certification. Yannick is also dedicated to helping out the community: he is the founder of the WebCenter Enterprise Methodology Group, top contributor in the WebCenter forums at OTN, and Enterprise 2.0 SIG leader for Oracle Benelux User Group.

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                              Errata type: Text | Page number: 12

                               

                              In Theres more section, under the heading Pages, replace the first line with JDeveloper will create three pages for us

                               

                              Errata type: Text | Page number: 80

                               

                              In How to do it section, change Create as a Portlet Resource to Create as a Portal Resource in the 7th numbered bullet

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                              What you will learn from this book

                              • Create and manage the navigation models of your portal
                              • Get to grips with the newly supported JSR 286 standard to build and consume portlets in WebCenter
                              • Build content-driven portals by integrating document services
                              • Build collaborative environments and integrate different services for a feature-rich environment
                              • Integrate external applications in your portal
                              • Master the different ways to customize and personalize WebCenter applications
                              • Understand the best-known enterprise 2.0 service – the discussion service
                              • Create Wikis – which have changed significantly with the new release
                              • Learn how the security model of WebCenter works
                              • Deploy and Analyze the use of different portals
                              • Understand the use of collaborative services like discussions, wiki, and blog

                              In Detail

                              Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g is the modern user experience platform for the enterprise and the Web. Oracle WebCenter Suite 11g delivers social and collaborative services to help optimize connections between people, information, and applications. WebCenter has changed a lot with its last release. This book will guide you through all the important and new features for managing and administering WebCenter with advanced recipes.

                              Oracle WebCenter 11g PS3 Administration Cookbook is a practical guide that provides over 90 advanced recipes with step-by-step instructions covering important aspects of managing and administering Oracle WebCenter.

                              The book starts by creating an enterprise portal with WebCenter and enhancing it with the new features from the latest 11g version. It then teaches you to build complex navigation models and page hierarchies in detail. It then dives into building Wikis and integrating content with document services. Finally it covers the important administrative concepts of WebCenter Spaces, security, and managing WebCenter applications.

                              A collection of advanced recipes to assist you in your daily tasks when managing Oracle WebCenter

                              Approach

                              This is a cookbook filled with numerous recipes for learning important and advanced aspects of administering WebCenter.

                              Who this book is for

                              If you are a WebCenter administrator who wants to keep up to date with the newer version, and learn all the important and advanced aspects of administering WebCenter then this book is for you. You need to have WebCenter installed and to have basic knowledge of administering WebCenter.

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