The security model is one of the most commonly misunderstood topics inWebCenter Content. It is important for both business leaders and technology leaders to understand the concepts and plan for a model that will best suit the needs of their organization. In WebCenter Content, there are three (3) base elements (security groups, roles and accounts) that allow you to meet security needs. In addition, there are ACLs (Access Control Lists) which allow for more fine-grained, user level, security.
This one-hour advisor webcast is recommended for technical users who are upgrading or migrating to WebCenter Content 12c. During this webcast, Oracle will cover new 12c features of WebCenter Content, migration vs upgrading, configuring security, and more.
- What are the new 12c features of WebCenter Content?
- Migration vs upgrading, advantages of each method
- Information on new 12c installs, including:
- How to Configure security
- What indexing options are there
- How to configure File Store Provider for webless and/or database storage of content
- Cloud information including:
- On-premises versus Cloud and options for both
- How to promote content to the Documents Cloud Service
- Can I migrate content to the cloud?
- Integrations with other Oracle Fusion Middleware products
Date and time
- Thursday, November 17, 2016
- 11:00 am Eastern Standard Time (New York, GMT-0500)
This one-hour webcast will showcase new features of Oracle WebCenter Content 12c and Oracle Documents Cloud Service. It will also cover running WebCenter Content on Oracle Compute Cloud Service. This webcast is recommended for technical and functional users who use WebCenter Content.
- Featured speaker: Oracle
- Wednesday, August 31, 2016
- 11:00 a.m. – 12:00 p.m. EDT
This one hour webcast, broadcast on June 22, 2016, is recommended for technical and functional users who are using Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture and those that may be planning on using it but would like more information.
WebCenter Content 18.104.22.168.0 has been released (download it here), and while it is considered a “gap release”, there are a few new features introduced in this version. Keep in mind though, this release was primarily scheduled to allow the Development group to catch up and fix many of the bugs and to “smooth out” some wrinkles that the initial version of 12c (22.214.171.124.0) introduced. Future OPatch releases for 126.96.36.199.0 are anticipated, and will be collected for your use in this My Oracle Support note (2150629.1).
If you’re ready to upgrade, you can start with this My Oracle Support note (2058358.1).
New features are listed in the product documentation here.