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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Tutorial for Oracle WebCenter Developers
11g Release 1 (11.1.1)

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8 Conclusion

Congratulations! You have created a custom WebCenter application and learned about the fundamentals of Oracle WebCenter Framework.


In the this Tutorial, you learned how to perform a few quick and easy steps to create a custom WebCenter application. You also learned about a few components of Oracle WebCenter Framework, including Oracle Composer and the WebCenter Services.

Specifically, you learned how to:

Figure 8-1 shows a partial view of the application you created in this Tutorial.

Figure 8-1 Partial View of MyPage at Runtime

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Description of "Figure 8-1 Partial View of MyPage at Runtime"

You should now have a basic working knowledge of the fundamentals of Oracle WebCenter Framework.

Moving On

You can learn more about designing your own custom WebCenter applications, including using Oracle Composer, WebCenter Services, and portlets, in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Developer's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.

To learn more about what you can do at runtime, including using Oracle Composer to customize pages, and how the various components behave and can be configured at runtime, see the Oracle Fusion Middleware User's Guide for Oracle WebCenter.

You can find all Oracle WebCenter Suite documentation on the WebCenter Documentation page on the Oracle Technology Network, at

You can learn more about other features of Oracle WebCenter Suite, and view demonstrations and see examples of custom WebCenter applications, portlets, and services in action on the Oracle WebCenter Suite home page on the Oracle Technology Network at: