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36 Oracle WebCenter Content Installation and Configuration

This chapter describes installation and configuration issues associated with Oracle WebCenter Content. It includes the following topics:

For more information about Oracle WebCenter Content installation and configuration, see the Oracle WebCenter Content Installation Guide or the Oracle WebCenter Content Quick Installation Guide.

36.1 Rebranding of Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite to Oracle WebCenter Content

Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite has been changed to Oracle WebCenter Content in the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g (11.1.1.6.0) release. Oracle WebCenter Content is part of the Oracle WebCenter product stack, to provide the most complete, open, and unified enterprise content management platform.

The software and documentation for most of the Oracle WebCenter Content products have been rebranded accordingly. Table 36-0 shows the new and previous names.

Table 36-1 Oracle WebCenter Content Names Rebranded from Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite

New Name New Short Name Previous Name Previous Short Name

Oracle WebCenter Content

None

Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite

Oracle ECM

Oracle WebCenter Content

WebCenter Content

Oracle Universal Content Management

Oracle UCM

Oracle WebCenter Content Server

Content Server

Oracle Content Server

Content Server

Oracle WebCenter Content: Inbound Refinery

Inbound Refinery

Oracle Inbound Refinery

Oracle IBR

Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging

Oracle WebCenter Imaging

Imaging

Oracle Imaging and Process Management

Oracle I/PM

Oracle WebCenter Content: Records

Records

Oracle Universal Records Management

Oracle URM

Oracle WebCenter Content: Desktop

Desktop

Oracle UCM Desktop Integration Suite

Oracle DIS


The following names remain unchanged:

36.2 Documentation Errata

This section describes documentation errata. It includes the following topics:

36.2.1 Location of Deinstaller

The "Deinstalling Oracle WebCenter Content" section of the Oracle WebCenter Content Quick Installation Guide has a different location for the deinstaller than the Oracle WebCenter Content Installation Guide, which provides the correct location. The Quick Installation Guide should have the following instructions to start the deinstaller.

Start the Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g WebCenter Content Installer with the -deinstall option from the bin subdirectory of the oui directory in your WebCenter Content Oracle home:

  • UNIX command: WC_CONTENT_ORACLE_HOME/oui/bin/runInstaller -deinstall

  • Windows command: WC_CONTENT_ORACLE_HOME\oui\bin\setup.exe -deinstall

36.2.2 Managed Server Name for Oracle Information Rights Management

The "Starting Managed Servers" section of the Oracle WebCenter Content Quick Installation Guide has an error in this example of a Managed Server name for Oracle Information Rights Management:

IRM_server1 (Oracle I/PM)

The correct example follows:

IRM_server1 (Oracle IRM)

36.2.3 Procedure for Applying Oracle WSM Policies to Web Services

The "Applying Oracle WSM Policies to Web Services" section of the Oracle WebCenter Content Installation Guide describes a procedure for attaching policies to web services through the Oracle WebLogic Server Administration Console. This procedure does not work because web services are not visible from the Administration Console.

You can use Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g Fusion Middleware Control to apply Oracle WSM policies to web services. For more information, see "Attaching Policies to Web Services" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Security and Administrator's Guide for Web Services.