While Content Server is highly functional "out-of-the-box," there are many ways to tailor it to your site requirements. This guide provides the background information necessary to customize your content server instance.
This guide is intended for developers and administrators who want to customize Content Server software to suit content management needs that are specific to their business or organization.
This guide includes the following sections:
Chapter 1, "Introduction to Modifying Your Content Server" provides an introduction to the methods and tools you can use to customize Content Server.
Chapter 2, "Content Server Architecture" describes the architecture of Content Server and how that affects the customization you can make.
Chapter 3, "Working with Components" describes how to use components to modify or add functionality to Content Server.
Chapter 4, "Changing the Look and Navigation of the Content Server Interface" defines the items you can adjust to change the look and navigation of the Content Server interface.
Chapter 5, "Modifying System Functionality" describes how you can change the functionality of Content Server with system settings, components, and configuration variables.
Chapter 6, "Integration Methods" provides information about integrating the Content Server with enterprise applications such as application servers, catalog solutions, and enterprise portals.
Chapter 7, "Using Oracle UCM Web Services" discusses using Web Services and SOAP (Simple Object Access Protocol) to manage Content Server.
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