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Oracle Documents Cloud Service – Resources

Oracle Documents Cloud Service (also known as Oracle Documents or ODCS) offers a simplified, yet robust, security model which allows sharing documents with internal and external users (something that WebCenter Content typically struggles with). ODCS is what Oracle is deeming Hybrid Enterprise Content Management (ECM). ODCS is built on top of Oracle WebCenter Content (sharing roughly 90% of […]

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PDF page numbers in WebCenter Content

A question was asked a few months ago on the WebCenter Content OTN Discussion Forums about WebCenter Content storing page numbers for documents. I am wondering how can i know the number of pages of each document in the UCM, is there a table that stores this information ? is there a script that i […]

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11g Folders Filters – WebCenter Content

I was recently asked what filters are available in the Folders (FrameworkFolders) component. I have included a list at the bottom of this post. Included are 2 different uses of filters: Filters which the Folders component calls (these are specific to folder functionality and do not exist without the Folders component running) Filters which are […]

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OracleTextSearch – fix limit of 2048 results

I’ve seen the following error pop up a lot while searching within WebCenter Content. This is a very generic error. To better troubleshoot, we can turn on search* and systemdatabase tracing which reveals the following: OracleTextSearch previously had a limit of 2048 results. This is a database issue and thus requires a database patch. To […]

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WebCenter Content – 11g versions

The version of WebCenter Content you are running can be found via the Configuration Information page (Native UI > Administration > Configuration for instance). If you are on 11, the version listed will match a version below. This table also lists the base version, bundle number and OPatch link. Config Version Base Bundle OPatch 2013-07-11 17:07:21Z-r106802 […]

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Introducing Oracle Documents Cloud Service

This year’s Oracle OpenWorld is all about cloud. Our own Brent Seaman just wrote an article entitled, Oracle Cloud Services – What is the deal?  About a week and a half ago (as of September 30, 2014) Oracle officially released Oracle Documents Cloud Service (also known as Oracle Documents, or ODCS / DCS for short) in […]

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SSL certificate store – Mono on Linux

I use the KeePass password vault. I also use Linux. This means I use KeePass with Mono. I was attempting to use the KeePass Favicon Downloader plugin this morning when I encountered this error: After a quick Google, I came across this thread. Stephen Parry recommended the following: Mono uses it’s own cert store, which is […]

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Hide LinkedIn Ads

LinkedIn, like many other social networks, has premium upsells, sponsored updates, job recommendations, etc. Many people would call these ads and would call these annoying. I originally started hacking the LinkedIn user interface by hiding Peeople You May Know who are non-members. I then moved on to sponsored updates. Once again, I started putting together a […]

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Now SSL enabled

This website is now SSL enabled. HTTPS is a communications protocol used on the Internet that has a layer of security added. It is a combination of the standard HTTP protocol, and a security protocol called SSL/TLS. HTTPS is important because standard HTTP sends data over the Internet in plain text making it easy to intercept. The […]

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