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The How-To Of Error Messages

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The How-To Of Error Messages

Have you had one of those moments when you wonder what an error message meant? I’ve had one of those “ah ha” moments plenty of times. A “ah ha” followed by a wondrous “hmmm”. The latter comes from realizing that the error message just displayed does not make any sense. For instance: I check out

Fixing The Search Start Menu (Content Definition)

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Fixing The Search Start Menu (Content Definition)

By Default, earlier versions of WebCenter Sites (formerly known as Content Server up to 7.5) have faulty Search start menu items when a content definition is specified. The following is an approach to fixing that issue. If you have a better idea, please feel free to share with us in the comments section below. As

Oracle WebCenter Sites Asset Modeling: An Introduction

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Oracle WebCenter Sites Asset Modeling: An Introduction

Welcome everyone, to an introductory blog about Oracle WebCenter Sites (WCS) Asset Modeling.  Asset Modeling is the first major step in planning and designing the structure of a website using WCS. When you sit down to analyze the requirements of a website, you should first compartmentalize all the different aspects and sections that will be

Basic Assets vs. Flex Assets

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Basic Assets vs. Flex Assets

In Oracle WebCenter Sites [Content Server], a piece of content [a.k.a. asset] can be one of 2 asset types: Basic or Flex. When building sites, you often have a “battle”, with yourself or others, on what type to use and when the right to use each is. So let’s take a look at the differences

Oracle WebCenter Sites Mobility vs. Responsive Web Design

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Oracle WebCenter Sites Mobility vs. Responsive Web Design

If you are a Oracle WebCenter Sites (FatWire Content Server) customer, I am sure one of the questions you ask yourself is: “Is my site optimized for mobile”? With different devices such as iPads, Android Tablets, iPhone, Android phones, BlackBerrys and non-touch web-enabled devices (yes there are few of them still out there!) all in

How to customize a content-entry form in Oracle WebCenter Sites

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How to customize a content-entry form in Oracle WebCenter Sites

Content-entry form customizations allow for some quality control of content editors’ data entry input or the processing of additional data to meet requirements. In the Content Server world, a form is a simple display of the ordered attributes associated to a content definition. Fortunately, there is some visibility to its inner workings. Let me introduce

Content Management Systems? Not An Easy Decision!

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Content Management Systems? Not An Easy Decision!

Think of three images bundled up as a carousel. One has the name Drupal in bold characters, the second image reads Joomla, and the third one WebCenter Sites. As the carousel is flickering on your screen, you – the stakeholder – have the choice between these three Content Management Systems. Among other factors, cost, features,

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