Oracle WebCenter Suite 10g Demonstrations and Samples
Demonstrations and Setup
Veeva Vacation Setup
Veeva Vacation Setup MaterialsDecember 2007 This zip file contains the files you need to build the environment that we used for the Veeva Vacation demos, which are listed below. (1.58 MB)
Oracle WebCenter Hands-On PracticesJanuary 2008 This file contains step-by-step instructions for building a WebCenter application that is based on the Veeva Vacation demos. (4.82 MB)
Veeva Vacation Demos
To derive maximum benefit from these demonstrations, we suggest that you view them in the order in which they are listed below.
Consuming Portlets in a JSF ApplicationJanuary 2007 This demonstration shows how to create a jspx page, and add an ADF table and OmniPortlet to the page. The OmniPortlet uses a custom HTML layout to display data that is defined in a csv file. (13:42 minutes)
Adding Customization to a JSF ApplicationJanuary 2007 This demonstration shows how to add a border and header ("chrome") around an ADF component by using a showDetailFrame. It also adds customization to a group of components by using a panelCustomizable component. (9:03 minutes)
Integrating Content from a JCR 1.0 RepositoryJanuary 2007 This demonstration shows how to build an ADF Faces tree structure to display a list of directories and files. Each file contains an image, which is displayed when the user clicks the file name. (17:44 minutes)
Building and Deploying Standards-Based PortletsFebruary 2007 This demonstration shows the steps for producing and consuming portlets using JDeveloper and WebCenter. It also shows how to use WSRP 2.0 interportlet communication to wire a custom portlet to the out-of-box Parameter Form Portlet. (20:53 minutes)
Consuming a PeopleSoft PortletNovember 2007 This demonstration shows how to consume a PeopleSoft self-service page as a WSRP portlet in a WebCenter application. (8:43 minutes)
Portletizing an ADF Faces ApplicationFebruary 2007 This viewlet demonstrates the steps for exposing an existing ADF Faces application as a portlet. It shows the portlet running in both a WebCenter application and in an Oracle Portal page. (9:05 minutes)
An ADF Faces skin lets you change the appearance or look and feel of an application without having to rewrite the code that implements the application's user interface. A skin is a style sheet based on the CSS 3.0 syntax. Two sample skins, provided below, are partial skins that define styles for Oracle WebCenter components and a subset of ADF Faces components.
MyCompany Skin January 2007
Limerine Skin January 2007
Oracle WebCenter Services - Wikis, Blogs, and Discussions Portlet Samples
The following portlets are samples released for test, evaluation, and education purposes. They are not supported through formal Oracle Support mechanisms. We are, however, very interested in receiving your feedback on these portlets. Please post any suggestions, questions, or issues to the Oracle WebCenter Suite - Services discussion forum and we will respond as quickly as possible.
The following portlets are provided for multiple platforms:
Wikis Portlet: Easily connect to the WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server (10.1.3.4.0). Once connected, you can navigate, view, create, and edit wiki pages.
Blogs Portlet: Easily connect to the WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server (10.1.3.4.0). Once connected, you can navigate the blog entries. As the blog owner, you can also create new entries and edit existing ones.
Discussions Portlet: Easily connect to WebCenter Discussions (10.1.3.4.0). Once connected, you can navigate and create forums, threads, and messages, as well as edit and reply to posted messages.
Oracle Application Server Portal 11g Release 1
Wikis, Blogs and Discussions Sample Portlets for Oracle Application Server Portal | Source Code (7.4 MB) | EAR File (7.4 MB) August 2009
Oracle Application Server Portal 10g Release 2
Wikis, Blogs and Discussions Sample Portlets for Oracle Application Server Portal | Source Code (8.5 MB) | EAR File (9.2 MB) August 2009
Universal Content Management Crawler Sample (6.5 MB) August 2009
This sample content service has been designed to crawl and index content from a Universal Content Management (UCM) repository. The content service can be configured to crawl and index the content along with any of its metadata. When the content is crawled, the security of the content can be mirrored at the same time as long as both WCI and UCM are using the same authentication source. Lastly, if the folder module has been installed as part of the UCM installation, then folder mirroring can be configured as well.