If you activate Content ID automatic generation in Oracle Content Server (both versions 10 and 11), you’ll find 6-digit numbers are being generated. That limits the maximum number of content items to 999999, which is too short on most production systems. There are 2 ways to solve this limit. They Read more…
This is not a well-documented thing. Translation to different languages is done through system component “Localization” and we should look for the files in its resource directory: <Middleware_Home>/Oracle_ECM1/ucm/idc/components/Localization/lang/<language code> . My advice is to take a look to all the files to check what’s inside them, but probably, the most useful one of them is ww_strings.xlf, which contains many of the interface strings, as well as the localized values for metadata “Content Type”. These files are XML and you can edit them with the editor of yoour choice.
Content Replication in Oracle Content Server is one of those “not-so-well-documented features”. It’s mentioned in the product documentation, but it’s not so easy to find a step-by-step tutorial, and that’s what I tried to do. For this example, I’ve setup 2 instances in the same machine: Test1(source) and Test2(target). First step is to start the “System Properties” Application in Test2 and define a new proxy password. We should also make sure that “IP Address Filter” property allows connections from Test1 Machine.
I passed this exam recently and got the associated certification. If you’re thinking about it, I’d like to give you a warning: this exam is complex, because questions go far beyond Webcenter Content to cover the whole suite: Site Studio, Document Capture, URM, IP/M and URM.
I strongly suggest a close look at the exam guide and using some of the preparation exams offered by a lot of companies. Good Luck!