A few weeks ago, I needed a fast way to delete all content from a WebCenter Content instance. This was also brought up today on OTN Community, How to delete multiple content items. I first tried to use Archiver to export/delete all the content. However, this process took way too long because it was actually exporting first […]
In WebCenter Content 11g, the maximum number of folders and content items in any one Contribution folder was supposedly hard-coded (for performance reasons) to 1,000 folders and 1,000 content items.
In the Contribution Folders (folders_g) component, there is a concept known as Trash. Trash is really just a folder that stores folders, content items and shortcuts that have been “deleted” from a folder. When a content item, folder or shortcut is deleted, that item is moved to Trash and not directly deleted (if Trash is enabled). […]
In WebCenter Content 11g, form (cookie) based authentication is used in place of the basic authentication standard in version prior to 11g. Before 11g 11g Overall, this was a good move as it allows for users to logout (without closing their browser). However, one thing that has always bothered me about the new form based authentication […]
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