In this video blog, Fishbowl Solutions’ Technical Project Manager, Justin Ames, and Marketing Team Lead, Jason Lamon, discuss Fishbowl’s Agile (like) approach to managing Oracle WebCenter portal projects. Justin shares an overview of what Agile and Scrum mean, how it is applied to portal development, and the customer benefits of applying Agile to an overall portal project.
“This is my first large project being managed with an Agile-like approach, and it has made (more...)
I’m a taxonomy practitioner at Fishbowl Solutions who has worked with many companies to implement simple to sophisticated document management systems. I’ve noticed over the years the large number of obstacles that have prevented companies from establishing taxonomy frameworks to support effective document management. I won’t review an exhaustive alphabetic list of obstacles, in fact, there are probably far more than 26, but I’ll highlight the top culprits that have turned even the best, most (more...)
Taxonomy can be a nebulous term. It has existed for years, having probably its most common roots in the sciences, but has blossomed to apply its practices to a plethora of other fields. The wide application of taxonomy shows how useful and effective it is, yet its meaning can be unclear due to its diversity. We identify with taxonomy in library sciences with the Dewey Decimal System and we identify with taxonomy (more...)
Working with WebCenter Portal 12c, you can develop your (Shared) Assets within JDeveloper. After installing the WebCenter updates, you can create an WebCenter Portal Asset Application:
Choose a more generic application name, in my case RichardWcpAssets:
Now in step two I already know I am going to create a Page Template Asset, so I name the Project RichardPageTemplate and accept the default Project Features:
Accept the default package and location in step three and move (more...)
When asked about public-facing, real-life examples of Oracle WebCenter in action, Oracle has for the last couple of years presented universities (Université Laval, Texas A&M University). But it is now rumored that BAE Systems‘ site is running Oracle WebCenter.
As it should be, you can’t tell from looking at the (more...)
by Fábio SouzaHello People! This was supposed to be a post to celebrate the new year, but, as you all can notice, the things didn't happen the way I was expecting (again haha). Today I will talk...
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In one of my presentations at this year’s UKOUG Conference, I made a comparison of the five Oracle portal products:
- WebCenter Services
- WebCenter Suite
- Oracle Portal
- WebCenter/AquaLogic Interaction
- Weblogic Portal
The comparison included framework capabilities, content management and built-in functionality, and I came to the following conclusion:The evaluation applies (more...)