Fishbowl Solutions’ Subscription Notifier has been used by many of our customers for years to manage business content stored in Oracle WebCenter Content. Subscription Notifier automatically sends email notifications based on scheduled queries. Fishbowl released version 4.0 of the product last week, and it includes several significant updates.
Now, users of Subscription Notifier can:
- Attach native or web-viewable files to notification emails
- Send individual notification emails for each content item
- Configure hourly notification schedules
This is a continuation from my previous post - Developing WebCenter Content Cross Platform iDoc Enabled Components for Mobile, ADF, Sharepoint, Liferay.
You can see a video of JIVE Forums integration with a JS Taskflows vs ADF Taskflow running in WebCenter Portal here -
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This post is aimed at Web Developers, Designers and Marketing web teams who aren’t familiar with ADF and want to create reusable dynamic taskflows without the need to (more...)
So over the last couple of months I’ve been thinking and tinkering with code – “Whats the best approach for creating a WebCenter Content (WCC) components that I can consume and reuse across multiple platforms and environments?”
Is it… pagelet producer or maybe an iFrame; but these solutions just weren’t good enough or allowed the flexibility I really wanted.
I needed a WCC Solution that could easily be consumed into Mobile either cordova (Hybrid (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...)