Oracle® WebCenter Discussions Installation and Configuration Guide
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This guide describes how to install Oracle WebCenter Discussions and configure it for use with Oracle WebCenter, Oracle WebLogic Portal, and Oracle WebCenter Interaction applications


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This guide is written for the portal application developer and the portal site administrator looking to discussions to their application.

This guide assumes that the audience has access to the Oracle Application Development Framework Developer's Guide and is familiar with the following concepts:

  • Java

  • Oracle JDeveloper

  • Java Server Faces

  • Oracle Application Development Framework (Oracle ADF) (purpose, basic architecture, basic development skills)

  • Oracle ADF Faces components

  • Oracle WebLogic Server

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Related Documents

Detailed documentation on Oracle WebCenter, Oracle WebCenter Interaction, Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF), Oracle Application Server, Oracle WebLogic Portal, and Oracle WebLogic Server is available at .


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