You can use the Oracle Documents ipad app to interact with the Documents Cloud Service. Go to the app store and search for ‘Oracle Documents’, you will find the Oracle Douments application, get and install the app to your ipad.
The app would like to send you notifications, after that you will also have to accept the License Agreement.
When the app starts up, you will get a quick tutorial to tell you the basics (more...)
So after requesting the services, and installing the synchronization client, you can start building your site. When setting up the synchronization client I added some documents about my house, pictures, descriptions, maps, stuff like that.
Now with the help of Sites I will use the files that are synchronized to the Documents Cloud to start building a webpage about my house. After you login to your Cloud Services, go to the Service Console.
Use the (more...)
To synchronize your files with the Document Cloud Service, you can install a sync client. I mainly work on windows, so this blog will show you how to get the installer and show the progress of installing the client.
In your welcome e-mail there is a link to download the client, however for some reason that one did not work for me and showed me an error trying to install.
Luckily you can also download (more...)
The process of requesting a Cloud product is pretty straight forward, however, you can experience some hiccups as well. So for my future self and anyone wondering about this process here is what to do. First of all, decide what product you want to request after going to the Oracle Cloud page
I am requesting a Platform (PaaS) Service, so Sites will be visible under the Platform Section. You can either click Sites or Documents, (more...)
In October after OOW15 I wrote in one of my blogs about Microsites with SCS on top of DCS
. Now that both Documents and Sites are available for trial, I thought it was time to give it a try and start building a microsite.
The plan is to create a series of blogs about both Document Cloud Services (DCS) and Sites Cloud Services (SCS). From requesting the product, to building the microsite.
In the first (more...)
After adverse comments last year, Larry Ellison announced that Oracle got into Cloud in a big way. It is significantly different than CRM on Demand. It also adopts different approach than Multi-Tenant Sales Force. Oracle's public Cloud provides: PAAS (Platform As A Service), SaaS (Software As A Service) and Daas (more...)