IPM and IRM 11g are released!

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IPM and IRM 11g are now available! Wahoo!

Just wanted to let folks know that Imaging and Process Management and Information Rights Management 11g are now available!

There were same major changes in these products as they were both re-platformed to Oracle Fusion Middlware and now run on top of WebLogic Server. In addition, IPM 11g now uses UCM as the back-end data store for the images/content. So for right now, you can configure it with UCM 10g along with some supporting components. And then when UCM 11g is available, that will be the primary option.

For more information, there's going to be a webcast on Thursday, February 25 at 11:00 a.m. PST / 2:00 p.m. EST covering Reducing Paper-Based Processing Costs with End-to-End Document Imaging which will focus on the new 11g release.

In addition, there is a Oracle Content Management Launch Center which has some videos and links to more 11g material.

Comments:

The webcast February 25th was a good start in getting initial information out on IPM 11g. We have started a blog series on what we are discovering in our labs. Also interesting is the release of OFR or Oracle Forms Recognition powered by Brainware. We are getting up to speed on how the solution plugs into Oracle Capture (formerly Captovation) and expect a lot of momentum in the E-Business suite space with customers looking at some of the applications running Systems170, Kofax and other capture platforms. Recently heard that Swedish Hospital in Seattle is moving from Kofax to Oracle Capture/OFR but it was just second hand information so I can't confirm or deny. Anyway lots of exciting ECM releases from the Big RED 'O'

Posted by Shadrach White on February 26, 2010 at 01:19 PM CST #

Hi Kyle, Great Blog! thanks for it ...:) I have few queries... Hope you will have answer for those .Please help me out: Scenario: 1. Author Submitted Content Item for Review to Approver 2. Approver Reject it and ask the author to revert back the changes 3. Now the content item is in Author "My workflow items". In workflow review, there is an option to reject. 4. when author rejects its content item,content server throws following Error : Content Server Request Failed Unable to reject content item 'ABC' in workflow 'testworkflow'. The content item is in a step of type 'AutoContribute/Edit Revision' and does not support a review action. I have two questions here 1. If author rejects an content Item, what should happen ?What is the functionality of rejection here. 2. If approver reject the content item and asks author to revert back the changes, how do autgor get content Item out of workflow? Thanks Sandy

Posted by Sandy on July 09, 2010 at 12:26 PM CDT #

Hello Sandy, I tried duplicating your scenario, but I was unable to get the action of 'Reject' to appear when a content item has been rejected to the author (to the contribution step of the workflow). I'm not clear how/where you were able to get that choice, but that is probably why you are getting an error when you select it. The only choices the user should have at that step is to check out the item to make changes and check it back in while marking it ready to move to the next step in the workflow. That is a checkbox on the check in page for the author to select to move it on in the workflow or they can uncheck it to make further changes to the document before it goes to the next step. Thanks, Kyle

Posted by kyle.hatlestad on July 13, 2010 at 02:45 AM CDT #

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Kyle Hatlestad is a Solution Architect in the WebCenter Architecture group (A-Team) who works with WebCenter Content and other products in the WebCenter & Fusion Middleware portfolios. The WebCenter A-Team blog can be found at: https://blogs.oracle.com/ ateam_webcenter/

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