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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle WebCenter
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

Part Number E10148-02
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Part I Introduction

1 Understanding Oracle WebCenter

2 Introduction to the WebCenter Sample Application

Part II Using the Oracle WebCenter Framework

3 Preparing Your Development Environment

4 Enabling Runtime Editing of Pages Using Oracle Composer

5 Extending Runtime Editing Capabilities Using Oracle Composer

6 Configuring the Resource Catalog for Oracle Composer

7 Enabling Runtime Creation and Management of Pages

8 Integrating Content

9 Consuming Portlets

10 Integrating with Oracle WebCenter Spaces

Part III Integrating Services

11 Preparing Your Application for Oracle WebCenter Web 2.0 Services

12 Integrating the Announcements Service

13 Integrating the Discussions Service

14 Integrating the Documents Service

15 Integrating the Instant Messaging and Presence Service

16 Integrating the Links Service

17 Integrating the Mail Service

18 Integrating the Recent Activities Service

19 Integrating the RSS Service

20 Integrating the Search Service

21 Integrating the Tags Service

22 Integrating Oracle WebCenter Wiki and Blog Server

23 Integrating the Worklist Service

Part IV Completing Your WebCenter Application

24 Securing Your WebCenter Application

25 Testing and Deploying Your WebCenter Application

26 Working Productively in Teams

Part V Building Portlets

27 Overview of Portlets

28 Creating Portlets with the Oracle JSF Portlet Bridge

29 Creating Portlets with the Portlet Wizard

30 Coding Portlets

31 Creating Portlets with OmniPortlet

32 Creating Content-Based Portlets with Web Clipping

33 Testing and Deploying Your Portlets

Part VI Appendixes

A Files for WebCenter Applications

B Oracle Composer Component Properties and Files

C Resource Catalog Properties and Files

D Calling Oracle SES to Search Data

E Additional Portlet Configuration

F Reuse of Oracle Portal Components