Monday May 05, 2014

Updating the New WebCenter Content UI (ADF User Interface)

Things are on track now, running smoothly, but there are some things you may need to know to get your software "right" and ready for the new code bundles that will be released in the future.  To get your WebCenter Content UI updated, safely and correctly, to the latest available code (11.1.1.8.0), you'll need to follow these steps (if you haven't already done so):[Read More]

Friday Apr 18, 2014

WebCenter Content's New ADF UI, and IE11

Like dominoes, one bug can often cause another, and another, and so on.  In order for IE11 to properly display Content Server's new ADF UI, several patches will need to be put into place.[Read More]

Monday Feb 03, 2014

Heightened Awareness Required for Patch MLR3 for WebCenter Content 11.1.1.8

The Oracle Support team for WCC is aware of these peculiarities and has prepared for the questions that will ultimately arise, in regard to the MLR3 patch release.  It is absolutely essential that you are aware of these scenarios, and of how to proceed in each case.[Read More]

Wednesday Dec 18, 2013

So, You Want the New Oracle ADF User Interface for WebCenter Content Server?

So, if you have a good Java Development team and would like to take advantage of Oracle Application Development Framework to spice up your WCC UI, this is an excellent place to start![Read More]

Wednesday Dec 11, 2013

Framework Folders are now Enterprise Libraries? Sort of...

I know what you're thinking, "If all Enterprise Libraries are Folders, then do all of my Folders have to become Enterprise Libraries?"  No...[Read More]
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