Find Oracle WebCenter Content patches

Finding/linking to patches in My Oracle Support is not always the easiest process. For an interface that is easier to navigate and has direct linking capabilities (to the patch page, the download and the readme), use this link. You will still need a login to My Oracle Support to use this. Example URL for WebCenter […]

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Minify CSS and JavaScript – WebCenter Content

Many times, when using Site Studio to build websites, scripts and stylesheets are stored in WebCenter Content. This makes sense. I was recently working on a client’s Site Studio website which was serving CSS from WebCenter Content. The CSS was not minified. Not only was this making the page load slowly, it was causing some real […]

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WebCenter Content Apache module – wrong ELF class

If you ever run into a wrong ELF class error, it generally means you are loading the wrong version of a library on a *nix operating system. For example, you might get the following error: The above ELFCLASS32 error happens when trying to load the 32-bit WebCenter Content Apache module on a 64-bit operating system. The solution is […]

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Hide full info link on content information page

Today, a question was posed on the Oracle WebCenter Content forums about how to hide the “Full” info link on a Content Information page. I built a sample component, HideFullDocInfoLink, to remove this link. Below is how I built the component. Create a new custom component (navigate here for more detailed instructions). Setup component configuration (Version, Content Server Compatible Build, […]

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Always include subfolders in search

Today, a question was posed on how to always include subfolders using Contribution folders (folders_g) while searching in WebCenter Content. This is usually achieved by checking the box “include subfolders” on a Search form. The user wanted to have the box always automatically checked. I whipped up a sample component that does just this: AlwaysIncludeSubfoldersInSearch. […]

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