Oracle9i Application Server Portal Building Advanced Portals
Release 3.0.9

Part Number A90098-01
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1 Planning Your Web Content

1.1 Planning Pages
1.1.1 Step 1: Identify Your Audience
1.1.2 Step 2: Get The Data
1.1.3 Step 3: Develop a Look and Feel
1.1.4 Step 4: Organize the Page
1.1.5 Step 5: Consider Security
1.2 Planning Content Areas
1.2.1 Gathering Information
1.2.2 Information Analysis
1.2.3 Troubleshooting Your Content Area Structure All of My Content Areas Have the Same Categories Item Level Security is Required Everywhere I Do Not See Links to My Perspectives My Categories Do Not Appear in the Content Area Map

2 Creating an intranet portal and adding simple portlets

2.1 Create a page
2.2 Add customized HTML code as a portlet
2.3 Add and customize a Favorites portlet
2.3.1 Add the Favorites portlet
2.3.2 Add a new favorite link
2.4 Create an event calendar and add it as a portlet
2.4.1 Create an event calendar using the Calendar Wizard
2.4.2 Create a form to update the calendar
2.4.3 Change the appearance of the form
2.4.4 Create a database sequence for the form
2.4.5 Create a link between the form and the calendar
2.4.6 Create a button on the calendar to access the form
2.4.7 Add the calendar as a portlet
2.5 Displaying the portal to others
2.6 Summary

3 Creating a line of business page for your intranet portal

3.1 Create a tabbed page and add a page as a portlet
3.2 Add an existing folder as a portlet
3.3 Create a sales chart portlet that links to a report
3.3.1 Create the report
3.3.2 Testing the sales report
3.3.3 Create a link to your sales report
3.3.4 Create a sales chart
3.3.5 Test the chart with links
3.3.6 Display the chart as a portlet
3.4 Create a multi-tabbed region containing two charts
3.4.1 Use the available charts
3.4.2 Add the charts to the same portlet
3.5 Create a multi-tabbed region containing a form, report, and chart
3.5.1 Create a sales commission chart
3.5.2 Create a sales commission report
3.5.3 Create two LOVs for the commission search form Create the DEPARTMENT_LOV static list of values Create the EMP_LOV dynamic list of values with a bind variable
3.5.4 Create a commission search form
3.5.5 Add the chart, report, and form to the same portlet
3.6 Create a customer entry form
3.6.1 Create a database sequence
3.6.2 Create a REGION LOV for the form
3.6.3 Create a customer entry form
3.7 Create a product report
3.8 Create a menu containing links
3.8.1 Create two links for your menu
3.8.2 Create a menu
3.8.3 Add the menu as a portlet
3.9 Summary

4 Creating a Human Resources portal with security

4.1 Create three tabs for your intranet portal
4.2 Create an employee search form that links to an organization chart
4.2.1 Create a team organization chart Create a company-wide organization chart
4.2.2 Create an employee search form that links to the team organization chart Create JOB_LIST dynamic list of values Create the employee search form
4.3 Create components to display and post job vacancies
4.3.1 Create a form to look up a specific job vacancy
4.3.2 Create a form to post or close a job vacancy Create a database sequence for the form Create three LOVs Create the form to post or close job vacancies
4.3.3 Create a link to connect the vacancy report with the lookup form
4.3.4 Create a report that displays all current job vacancies
4.4 Create a vacation request and approval system
4.4.1 Create a vacation request form Create a database sequence for the form Create the EMP_LIST LOV Create the Vacation Request form
4.4.2 Create a vacation approval form
4.4.3 Create a calendar that displays requested vacation dates
4.4.4 Create a vacation balance report
4.5 Implement security to control display of components Apply security to the Vacation Calendar Apply security to the Vacation Approval Form Apply security to the Vacation Balance Report Apply security to the Advertise Vacancy form
4.6 Design the tabs of the HR portal
4.6.1 Add portlets to the Human Resources tab
4.6.2 Build the Managers tab
4.6.3 Build the HR Representatives tab
4.7 Summary

5 Creating an information repository

5.1 Upload content and folder structure as a zip file
5.2 Create categories
5.2.1 Assign a category to an item
5.3 Create perspectives
5.3.1 Associate an icon with a perspective
5.3.2 Assign a perspective to an item
5.4 Create custom types
5.4.1 Create attributes
5.4.2 Create a custom item type
5.4.3 Add a course description
5.4.4 Create a custom item type with a procedure call
5.4.5 Add a benefits definition
5.5 Change the layout of a folder
5.5.1 Change region properties
5.5.2 Add an item to a region
5.5.3 Move an item to a different region
5.6 Change folder access privileges
5.7 Publish objects as portlets
5.8 Summary

A Oracle Portal Administrator Tasks

A.1 Creating a user who can build these examples
A.1.1 Create a user
A.1.2 Grant the user access to the casebook application
A.1.3 Enable the user to publish objects as portlets
A.2 Creating a group
A.3 Installing the demo portals, schema, and content areas
A.4 Grant access privileges to the schema
A.5 Create three groups for the Human Resources portal
A.5.1 Create three users for the groups
A.5.2 Create the HR Managers and HR Representatives groups
A.6 Create an Inside Healthy Living Repository



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