Author: Thyaga Vasudevan, Senior Director, Oracle WebCenter Product Management
At OpenWorld last year, Oracle announced Oracle Documents Cloud Service - an enterprise-grade, secure, cloud based file sharing and sync solution. The November edition of Oracle Fusion Middleware Newsletter ran a feature on it, giving a general overview of Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DOCS). In addition to strong security features and deeper integration with on-premise content management, one of the best features of DOCS is how quickly you can get it running for use. On this blog, time and again, we would try and get deeper into DOCS use cases and feature/functionality. And if there are topics you would like to see covered, please do let us know by leaving a comment.
As an Oracle
Document Cloud Service administrator, you want to be confident your
organization is getting the most from the service. In this three-part series, I will walk you through five simple tips to get started and get your
users on-boarded to the Oracle Document Cloud Service quickly and easily.
My post today focuses on:
There are 2 ways to provision users to the Document Cloud
You can also add users to
the service by importing a set of users from a file. Click the Import button. In the Import Users
dialog, select a file from your local system that contains attributes as
The user file contains a header line,
followed by a line for each user to be created. Each user line contains first
name, last name, and email address:
you have to assign the Oracle Documents Cloud Service User role to the imported
users using the “Batch Assign Role” option.
Clicking on this option will request
you to upload a CSV file.
the Role drop down, select “Oracle Documents Cloud Service User” and click
The CSV file contains a header line,
followed by a line for each user to be created. Each user line contains only
the email address.
And there you have it - it's that simple.
In my next post,we will look at Assigning User Quota and Resetting a User's Password.