Oracle WebCenter Content 11g Certified Implementation Specialist

Oracle WebCenter Content 11g Essentials

The Oracle WebCenterContent 11g Essentials Exam (1Z0-542) is primarily intended for implementation consultants who are using WebCenter related technology products in field, and have equivalent knowledge acquired through alternate training or on-the-job experience.

Oracle Partners passing this exam will be recognized as OPN Certified Specialists. This certification helps their companies qualify for the Oracle WebCenter Content  Specialization.

This OPN Certified Implementation Specialist exam is now available in English, Simplified Chinese , Korean and Brazilian Portuguese!

Exam Number:
120 Minutes
Associated Certifications:
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g Certified Implementation Specialist

OPN Certified Specialist
of Questions:
Exam Price:
US $245

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Exam Validation:

Exam validated against release 11.1.8

Exam Format:
Multiple Choice


Recommended Training Additional Information & Resources Exam Topics Fraudulent Activity Policy

Recommended Training
Oracle PartnerNetwork training
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g Essentials Exam Study Guide (PDF)
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g Implementation Specialist
Oracle University Training
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g: Content Server Administration
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g: Content Server Customization
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g: Site Studio Essentials
Oracle WebCenter Content 11g: Site Studio Advanced
Oracle Universal Records Management 11g: Administration
Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g: Administration


Additional Information & Resources

Exam Retake Policy
Specialization Catalog (PDF) for all launched and planned Specializations
Product Mapping to Specialization (XLS)
More Training Opportunities for Oracle Partners


Exam Topics

Oracle WebCenter Content Concepts

  • Describe WebCenter Content Concepts
  • Differentiate Oracle WebCenter Content within the Oracle portfolio and competitors
  • Describe the basic product history and road map for future development
  • Explain file storage vs. database storage options
  • Explain available access channels to WebCenter Content

WebCenter Content System Architecture  

  • Describe the system architecture model.
  • Explain the architectural options for a highly available architecture"
  • Describe the backup, recovery, and disaster recovery options
  • Outline the system requirements needed to build the solution
  • Describe integration options and technology used by the solution
  • Explain design considerations for system sizing

Installation and Configuration

  • Install the WebLogic Server ready for WebCenter Content
  • Create Oracle WebCenter Content Schemas with the repository creation utility Capitalization
  • Install Oracle WebCenter Content Suite
  • Create and configure a WebLogic Domain for WebCenter Content
  • Extend and configure a WebLogic Domain with Oracle Inbound Refinery
  • Create and configure a WebLogic Domain for WebCenter Content User Interface

Developing with WebCenter Content

  • Explain available customization options for Oracle WebCenter Content
  • Integrate with Content Server using Remote Intradoc Client (RIDC)
  • Integrate with Content Server using WebServices

Productized Integrations with Oracle WebCenter Content

  • Implement integration with Spaces/Portal
  • Implement integration with EBS Adapter
  • Implement integration with Siebel Adapter
  • Implement integration with PeopleSoft Adapter
  • Implement integration with WebCenter Imaging
  • Describe the Desktop Integration Suite
  • Configure the Oracle Sharepoint Adapter


  • Describe Content Server Security
  • Implement a role-based security model
  • Implement an account-based security model
  • Implement authorization and authentication integration

Oracle Content Server & Document Management

  • Implement a metadata model
  • Manage metadata using rules
  • Customize content pages using profiles
  • Configure Oracle Content Server
  • Contribute content via various methods
  • Describe the workflow concept
  • Use workflow and templates
  • Manage content and subscriptions content
  • Migrate a system and troubleshoot
  • Configure Framework Folders
  • Implement search capabilities
  • Explain WebCenter Content administration options

Records Management

  • Explain the records management concept
  • Implement the File Plan and define Disposition Instructions
  • Check in records and non-record content for retention
  • Search for record and non-record retained content
  • Administer Universal Records Manager
  • Implement a Rights Management security model
  • Use Triggers, Periods, and Freezes
  • Schedule tasks
  • Describe audit trails
  • Configure related content: linking records
  • Describe records management adapters used for integration
  • Compare physical records management with Records Management


  • Explain the imaging and process management concept
  • Apply metadata, security, and version control to images
  • Integrate with ERP and document scanning, and capture solutions
  • Annotate and mark up images
  • Automate routing and approvals
  • Use e-Forms for data gathering and verifications
  • Build Business Process Management (BPM) processes
  • Implement WebCenter Forms Recognition
  • Explain the usage of BPEL/BPM for integration


  • Explain WebCenter Capture (ODC) Concept
  • Install Document Capture
  • Create workspace (file cabinet)
  • Create scan profile
  • Create index profile
  • Use OCR Zone Editor
  • Configure commit profiles
  • Describe Commit Server
  • Describe Recognition Server
  • Describe Import Server
  • Use Oracle Forms Recognition

Oracle Digital Asset Management (DAM)

  • Explain DAM Concept
  • Install a supporting converter
  • Define rendition set for Flip Factory For Video Conversion and Image Magix or Image Alchemy for Image Conversion
  • Define a rendition set
  • Configure additional or new rendition sets

Oracle WebCenter Content Add On Product Features

  • Configure Dynamic Converter
  • Implement Content Folios
  • Implement Content Tracker
  • Implement Electronic Signatures
  • Implement PDF Watermark
  • Configure Content Categorizer


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