|Oracle® Fusion Middleware Tutorial for Oracle WebCenter Portal: Spaces
11g Release 1 (126.96.36.199.0)
Part Number E10277-04
|PDF · Mobi · ePub|
This tutorial introduces you to Oracle WebCenter Portal: Spaces, a powerful platform for self-service portal creation and management as well as social collaboration. Developed using the Framework and services in Oracle WebCenter Portal, Spaces allows you to allows you to quickly and easily build a custom application that supports business users in all their daily tasks: collaborating with people, sharing knowledge via documents, messaging, organizing groups, scheduling events via calendar, and so on. In addition, this document explains how to use Spaces to operate within a space, a key offering designed to help small groups share information and interact in a collaborative setting.
This document is intended for users wishing to familiarize themselves with Oracle WebCenter Portal: Spaces. While the bulk of the tutorial is geared toward business users, there are some set-up tasks that must be completed by an administrator so that users can work through the tutorial successfully. These steps are documented in Chapter 1, "Preparing for the Tutorial."
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For more information, see the following documents in the Oracle WebCenter Portal and Oracle Fusion Middleware documentation sets:
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