This quick installation guide provides instructions for installing and configuring Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite on a single host, and for deinstalling the suite.
This guide is intended for users who are installing Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite for the first time in a development mode for a test or demo system.
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