Oracle WebCenter 11g Release 1 (11.1.1.4.0-11.1.1.6.0) Demonstrations and Samples



Demonstrations

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Learn how Oracle WebCenter enables organizations to become social enterprises by maximizing the productivity of employees and providing dynamic working environments that lets people find information, collaborate in teams, and share content.
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This viewlet demonstrates how to build engaging, appealing, and productive interfaces for your enterprise application using Oracle WebCenter Portal.
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If you have Oracle Business Intelligence Enterprise Edition or Oracle Business Intelligence Applications, you can incorporate operational reports and historical analysis into your WebCenter pages for use in your intranet or extranet. This demonstration shows you how to configure Spaces in Oracle WebCenter Portal to pull reports and BI dashboards from your OBIEE server and how to add those components to your WebCenter pages.
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This viewlet demonstrates the modern user experience capabilities in the latest release of Oracle WebCenter Portal for building portals, sites, and composite applications.
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This viewlet demonstrates the rich social media and collaboration capabilities of Oracle WebCenter Portal. It also demonstrates how business users can seamlessly unify corporate information assets using WebCenter's business mashup tools.
 

Samples

The following samples are 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 samples. Please post any suggestions, questions, or issues to the WebCenter Portal forum and we will respond as quickly as possible.
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WebCenter Administration Samples

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We no longer need sample scripts to show how to create and configure a managed server to run WebCenter applications or portlet producers. Please follow the link to see documentation on how to create a custom managed server for WebCenter applications and portlet producers.

WebCenter REST API Samples

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This sample demonstrates how to query , display information about, and delete group spaces. It also shows how to create group spaces using various templates. 
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This sample demonstrates how to upload new files to the root folder of a selected group space. 
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This sample demonstrates how to create a simple new search UI that performs a global search of the WebCenter instance, and displays links to the search results  in a list.
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This sample demonstrates how to query and display the activity stream of a user via the REST APIs and AJAX.
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This sample demonstrates how to update the profile status of a user via the REST APIs and AJAX.
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This sample explains how to access the People Connections REST API and obtain a list of connections. The connections are then displayed using the popular Ext JavaScript framework.

Oracle Business Mashup Samples

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In this sample, a mashup displays a graph of the top five page hits for a given Space in the last seven days. The page statistics are retrieved from the Analytics service using a SQL data control. The data control is included in a parameterized task flow that allows users to specify a Space name to view page hits for that Space.
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This sample includes a mashup that is designed to display a list of top five documents viewed in a Space. The data for the table comes from a SQL data control to the WebCenter Spaces Analytics service. The document names in the table are displayed as hyperlinks so that a user can click a link to open the selected document in a new window. . 
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This sample shows how to create a custom mashup style that provides a layout similar to the WebCenter Spaces Activity Stream-like layout. The custom style is designed to list the top five viewed documents in a Space.
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This sample shows how to consume the custom mashup style created above and display the top five viewed documents in a Space.
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This sample explains how to create a custom parameter form mashup style. The custom style provides two date fields and a content area in which to add a data visualization. When this style is consumed, the content area can be wired to the date fields so that the data displayed is specific to the dates you provide.
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This sample demonstrates how to consume a custom parameter form mashup style. The custom mashup style provides two date fields and a content area in which to add a data visualization. The content area in the mashup is populated with a bar graph that displays the page hits between the specified date range.
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This sample shows an interesting use of page navigation that sets the page parameter to drive the data control parameter. Clicking a Space name in the navigation tree displays the page hits for that Space in the graph.
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This sample shows how a parameterized task flow is used as a navigation target on a page that leverages a page template with a custom navigation tree. The navigation model lists all the available Spaces, with wiring to the task flow such that the task flow displays a graph of page hits in the selected Space.
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This sample shows how to wire a master table to Google Maps, such that a record selection in the master drives the visual rendering of the location in Google Maps. 

Oracle WebCenter Portal's WSRP Producer for .NET Samples

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This sample contains examples of working with X509 certificates and SAML tokens.
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This sample shows how to edit and view SharePoint Library content in a WSRP Consumer portal.  The sample also shows how wiki content modified in the editor can be updated in SharePoint.
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This sample shows you how to use Silverlight with the WSRP Producer for .NET and includes a simple Silverlight 3 video player.
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This sample shows how to use REST services with WCF and the WSRP Producer for .NET.

Oracle Composer Samples

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This sample includes task flows created optimally for Oracle Composer-enabled pages. The task flows were created by following best practices for the look and feel, layout, and user interaction.
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In this sample, you can see how a custom Resource Catalog is configured. This sample contains a custom catalog definition file, which defines two resources: an Announcements task flow and a Discussions folder containing Discussions service task flows.
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In this sample, you can see how different Resource Catalogs are configured and published.based on user or role. This sample contains two catalogs. A catalog selector returns a relevant catalog based on the logged in user.
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In this sample, you can see how a catalog filter is configured to filter resources based on the user or role. This sample shows a CatalogDefinitionFilter implementation to hide the Discussions folder for user ngreenbe while displaying the entire catalog, with the Discussions folders, for user sking.
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In this sample, you can see how a custom task flow is configured as an Oracle Composer extension. This sample contains a custom task flow providing a basic functionality of changing the logo of the application and its width and height. Changes made to the logo are saved as customizations.
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In this sample, you can see how custom actions are configured on the actions menu of a Show Detail Frame component. The sample application contains a custom taskflow with three views: View Gadget, About Gadget and Edit Settings. By including this custom taskflow in a Show Detail Frame, the different views of the task flow are mapped to custom actions on the Show Detail Frame's action menu. As a result, clicking an action on the Show Detail Frame menu displays the corresponding task flow view within the Show Detail Frame.
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This sample demonstrates various event listeners of Oracle Composer. In this sample, on every Add, Select, Save, Delete and Close operation peformed within Oracle Composer, an event is triggered and status message is updated. This is a good example to learn how to invoke a callback on all the Oracle Composer events.