Webcenter Sites ships with Apache Lucene.
Apache Lucene drives:
- Asset-oriented search within the Contributor UI. This is automatically set up by default on an standard install. Users can enable / disable it on a per asset type basis as needed.
- Asset-oriented search through a WCS-driven website's search box (or any equivalent feature). Developers must implement website-specific search logic; WCS provides a very basic API for this purpose.
In this post, we will focus on the fundamental aspects regarding Lucene-driven asset-oriented search in WCS-...
Since version 11gR1, WebCenter Sites has natively provided the capability to allow editors to create vanity URLs for assets out of the box. Even before that frameworks such as the GSF extended the core product to provide that functionality. With the SEO benefits and pleasant visitor experience, Vanity URLs have become a necessary feature without which websites’ cannot launch.
WebCenter Sites has the built-in capability to automatically generate vanity URLs upon asset creation via a set pattern. However there are situations where content is created prior to this mechanism being...
In my previous article, I outlined the different mechanisms in WCS for plugging your own ad-hoc logic into the asset save processing flow.
Before diving into the subject at hand, here are a couple of things we are NOT going to resolve in this article:
- The "best possible" asset model for supporting Twitter integration.
- Asset model, like any data model, varies significantly depending on each...
On Asset Event Listeners And Other Ways of Hooking-up Ad-hoc Logic Into WCS' Asset Save Processing Flow
DISCLAIMER (/ SPOILER): in this blog entry, we will not explain what an asset event listener is nor how to create one; they have been around since WCS' stone age and there is extensive documentation out there explaining that in detail, including - but not limited to - WCS 11g's official documentation and Java API:
- Developer's Guide: https://docs.oracle.com/cd/E29542_01/doc.1111/e29634/events_assetapi.htm#WBCSD2525 ...
There are a multitude of reasons organizations will turn to a content management system, but the underlying goal is the same across the board: Managing your content in an organized way. The examples that first come to mind include managing assets such as page titles, articles, images, but what happens when a more complex asset is introduced like an AngularJS widget?
A Tale of Two Cities:
With WebCenter Sites you don’t have to give up control of the contents of your organization’s widgets. Out of the box WebCenter Sites does not natively support...
How to install Eclipse Groovy Plugin:1- In your Eclipse in the top...
Now you can add Social Media buttons to your web pages in 3 simple steps
Simply log into addthis.com
(Addthis.com is an Oracle publisher personalization company)
1. Use the tool set to create your follow buttons
Content Editor: "Why does it show all these fields on this form? I don't want to see the ones that our site doesn't use."
You: "Because other sites require those fields."
Content Editor: "Can you please remove them, it is confusing."
WCS Engage: Don’t Overload the Mailroom
One of the most useful features in Oracle’s WebCenter Sites is a feature entitled Engage. This feature was vastly improved from previous iterations in WCS 126.96.36.199 and provides the platform with the ability to use market segmentation. Delivering targeted content to a key demographic is the Rubix’s Cube every marketing department is furiously trying to solve.
Although rightfully drawn to this WCS feature, what has the potential to provide a tremendous amount of benefit can often turn into the second coming of...