Tuesday Jun 05, 2012

Synopsis : Configure WebCenter PS5 with WebCenter Content - Good Example

In a typical business scenario we often need to display assets like pages , images from Webcenter Content in our portal applications.  WebCenter Portal applications provides you a way to integrate content through Jdeveloper where you can browse and consume the assets from Webcenter content . 

In the latest PS5 version , there is a small change to enable this feature . If this is not done properly you would see that the connection is successful but it doesn't allow you to browse through the assets .

SEVERE: Could not list contents of folder with ID = dCollectionID:-1
oracle.stellent.ridc.protocol.ServiceException: No service defined for COLLECTION_DISPLAY.

Don't worry we are here to help you out on this :)  .  Read on for the solution here

Technical : Configure WebCenter PS5 with WebCenter Content - Good Example

Read Intro for this post and understand the problem here

Solution  : To integrate Jdeveloper with WebCenter Content PS5 and browse through the folders , we need to enable "folders_g" features instead of "Framework Folders" . Detailed steps below .



  1. Login to Webcenter content using admin credentials

    https://<hostname>:<port number>/cs

  2. Go to "Administration" menu and click on "Admin Server"
  3.  In the newly opened browser , click on 'Component Manager' in the left navigation menu .
  4. On the right hand side , you should see "Advanced Component Manager" , click on it .
  5. You will now see a list of enabled and disabled features . Disable "Framework Folders" and enable "folders_g" folders . Restart the server .
  6. There you go ! . You should have a successful connection and you should be able to traverse through the contribution folders from Jdeveloper.


I am posting a few pics to help you navigate the steps .

Refer Step 2


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