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Meet Function1 at Oracle OpenWorld 2013

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Meet Function1 at Oracle OpenWorld 2013

Function1 is proud to be presenting 2 sessions at Oracle OpenWorld. Displaying Enterprise Content in Oracle WebCenter Sites and WebCenter Portal [CON6876] With the latest version of Oracle WebCenter, you can surface documents and Web content stored in Oracle WebCenter Content in both Oracle WebCenter Sites and Oracle WebCenter Portal. There are many integration options,

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

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

An Introduction to Responsive Web Design

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An Introduction to Responsive Web Design

In my early years as a web designer, the quintessential question in that first design meeting was: “What screen size are you designing for?” The answer usually came in some sort of minimum pixel width like 640×480 or 800×600. Things got a little more complicated when 1024×768 screens became widely used, but the same grid

What can WEM do for you?

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What can WEM do for you?

Web Content Management is not just about the web anymore, it’s also about managing your mobile, social, print and other emerging channels and ensuring a consistent experience across these channels. Because of this, the industry term has change from Web Content Management to Web Experience Management (WEM). Today’s WEM products focus not just on content

Publisher is up but it’s sort of down.

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An instance of Publisher that I had a chance to touch recently went down with a puzzling exception and unknown cause. What better way to liven up the day of your friendly neighborhood portal than a vague and somewhat unexplained service error for a component of your deployment that has not given you any trouble

What is Portal Integration?

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I recently helped to integrate Salesforce into the WCI portal. Whenever planning to integrate a third party system into the portal, it’s helpful to think about what “integration” really means. Over the years, it has helped me to define 3 “levels” of integration into the portal. Level 1: Shallow Linking This first level is really

Removing the Owner of a Studio Database

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I recently had the chance to reminisce about the Aqualogic Studio editor (Was it ever Oracle WCI Studio?) in all it’s quirkyness. ALUI Studio has loosely coupled security with WCI in that if a user is removed from WebCenter Interaction, the user is not removed from Studio. Normally, this isn’t a problem because you can

A little research for your application to portlet(s) migration

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Being asked to research application frameworks and then reporting back is a pleasant deviation from the usual grind of production deadlines and code review due dates. So, when the opportunity came up to do some heads-down review on what is available for a client looking to convert a rather extensive JavaServer Faces (JSF) application into

The Elephant(s) in the Room – Part 2. A Gentle Intro to Sharepoint 2007 for WCI/ALUI Customers.

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Who says you can’t teach an old elephant new tricks?  In an effort to offer the best portal services available, Function1 has been spending a lot of time with Microsoft Office SharePoint server. Microsoft is a traditional market leader and its most recent incarnation of SharePoint has the technology baked-in to live up to the

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