Oracle® Fusion Middleware

What's New for Oracle WebCenter Content

12c (12.2.1.3.0)

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August 2017

1.2 What’s New for Oracle WebCenter Content

This section introduces the new features and enhancements of Oracle WebCenter Content.

12c (12.2.1.3.0) — August 2017

Feature Description

Universal Records Management (URM) Upgrade

With this upgrade, URM will no longer require a dedicated server but instead URM components will be consumed directly in the WebCenter Content server.

A new option is introduced that allows you to enable full Records Management functionality on the Content Server, including Physical and External sources. See Configuring the Records Management in Content Server.

WebCenter Content User Interface: Annotations

The way you modify annotations has changed. See How do I modify annotations?

Other Miscellaneous Updates

  • Java-based administration applets have been moved to Java Network Launch Protocol (JNLP).

  • Lift and shift of on-premise WebCenter Content to Java Cloud Service (JCS) to enable WebCenter Portal’s migration to cloud.

  • Vertical Cluster support.

12c (12.2.1.2.0) — October 2016

There are no new features for 12c (12.2.1.2.0).

12c (12.2.1.1) — June 2016

Feature Description
Trash

In the WebCenter Content UI, deleting items sends them to the Trash folder instead of being permanently deleted. See Deleting Libraries, Folders, and Documents.

Hybrid Enterprise Content Management (HECM)

In the WebCenter Content UI, you can integrate Oracle WebCenter Content with Oracle Documents Cloud Service to share, copy, and upload content to the cloud server and maintain an easy access to content on the go. See Working with Oracle Documents Cloud Service.

Scan

The process of uploading documents through a scanner has changed in this release. See Uploading Documents from a Web Browser.

Upgrading Inbound Refinery

You can upgrade older versions of the Inbound Refinery (IBR) to the current release. Earlier, newer versions of Inbound Refinery had to be installed instead of being upgraded.

1.3 What’s New for Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture

This section introduces the new features and enhancements of Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture.

12c (12.2.1.3.0) — August 2017

Feature Description

Scripting support to Document Conversion Processor

JavaScript event support to Document Conversion Processor. Ability to use scripts in Document Conversion Processor jobs. See Managing Capture Scripts.

Support for Microsoft Exchange Web Services (EWS)

Support for use of Microsoft email exchange service in Import Processor email jobs. See Configuring Email Message and Email Attachment Importing.

Post-process configuration when no documents are imported

Ability to always post-process when attachments do not match mask(s) in Import Processor email jobs See Configuring Email Message and Email Attachment Importing.

12c (12.2.1.2.0) — October 2016

There are no new features for 12c (12.2.1.2.0).

12c (12.2.1.1) — June 2016

Feature Description

Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DOCS) commit driver

Use the Oracle Documents Cloud Service commit driver to commit documents from Capture to DOCS. See Configuring an Oracle Documents Cloud Service Commit Profile.

Enhancement of DOCS commit driver to support DOCS metadata

Ability to create metadata collections and optionally include selected system fields to metadata collections. See Configuring an Oracle Documents Cloud Service Commit Profile.

Recognition Processor support on all certified operating system platforms.

Recognition Processor support on all certified operating system platforms with the introduction of the Universal Decoder bar code engine. See Managing Recognition Processing.

Capturing and use of TWAIN related metadata

Ability to control and receive the scanner’s imprinter/endorser string and the ability to retrieve bar codes, patch codes, and MICR values recognized by the scanner. See ImageCaptureEngine.

Updates to File Information window in the Capture client

Addition of Endorsement and MICR properties to the File Information window in the Capture client. See How do I view file information?

1.4 What’s New for Oracle WebCenter Application Adapters

This section introduces the new features and enhancements of Oracle WebCenter Application Adapters.

12c (12.2.1.3.0) — August 2017

Feature Description

Availability of two different web service implementations for Managed Attachments

Oracle Universal Content Management (UCM) and Application Extension Framework (AXF) provide the following web service implementations for Managed Attachments:

Use of coherence instead of Java Object Cache (JOC)

Oracle Imaging and Process Management (IPM) and AXF uses coherence instead of JOC resulting in the clustering behavior change. See Clustering for AXF in Imaging Managed Servers.

12c (12.2.1.2.0) — October 2016

There are no new features for 12c (12.2.1.2.0).

12c (12.2.1.1) — June 2016

Feature Description
Content Server Web Services for Managed Attachments

Enables to remove Application Extension Framework (AXF) dependency on Managed Attachments. It includes:

Customize Managed Attachments settings based on the E-Business Suite responsibilities Ability to customize Managed Attachments settings based on the E-Business Suite responsibilities. See Customizing Settings Based on Users' Assigned Responsibility ID.

1.5 What’s New for Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging

This section introduces the new features and enhancements of Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging.

12c (12.2.1.3.0) — August 2017

Feature Description

User Interface Upgrade

Imaging has a new user interface (Alta skin). See User Interface in Administering Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging and User Interface in Using Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging.

Annotations Update

Annotations and supporting content associated with a document are treated as attachments.

Oracle Coherence

Java Object Cache (JOC) has been replaced with Oracle Coherence.


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