Information Centers for Java Development Products
By iareid-Oracle on Jul 11, 2013
Information Centers (IC) are special KM documents within My Oracle Support (MOS), they provide an easier way to traverse the vast and often complex library of content on a particular topic. Parts of the new Information Center are generated "dynamically" based on rule-based inclusion of KM documents, patches, bugs, community threads/documents and reference links.
The various menu's contained in an Information Center, help to narrow down your search focus based on the following intents:
Overview: Includes the Hot Topics menu which contains Alerts and Announcements, as well as the Resources menu with contains Documentation, Training, Newsletters and Community links.
Use: Contains How To, FAQ documents and Sample code for the particular product area.
Troubleshooting: Contains all Problem and Troubleshooting documents for the each product area.
Patch and Maintenance: Links to useful patching documents and communities.
Upgrade: Links to useful upgrade documents and communities.
Certify: Navigates directly to the Note: 1532687.1 - Get Proactive with Fusion Middleware : Find Product Certifications.
Optimize Performance: Contains specific product related performance issues as well as general performance troubleshooting.
Security: Contains Tips, Notes and Problem documents for security issues.
Review the latest Information Centers below and use them as your first point of call when you encounter a problem or have a question.
Note: 1344952.2 - Oracle JDeveloper and ADF 11g
Note: 1371637.2 - Oracle JDBC 11g
Note: 1378745.2 - Troubleshooting Oracle UCP 11g
Note: 945741.2 - Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g
Note: 1298857.2 - Oracle WebLogic Server
Note: 1375115.2 - Using Oracle WebLogic Server JEE
Note: 1381179.2 - Oracle Containers for J2EE
Note: 1399126.2 - Oracle Web Services 11g
Note: 1392592.2 - Oracle TopLink/JPA
Note: 1430757.2 - Oracle Web Services Manager
Note: 1430729.2 - Oracle Service Registry
Note: 1433393.2 - Oracle Enterprise Gateway
It's highly recommended to bookmark these documents and revisit it often as its content is dynamic and gets updated daily.
For general information about the purpose and nature of the Lifecycle Advisor refer to Note 250.1 - Oracle Support Lifecycle Advisors.
For a list of Fusion Middleware Information Centers refer to Note: 1388276.1