3.8 Configuring Display of Seconds in Search Results

By default, the Oracle Content Server repository is not set to return seconds to Oracle I/PM when returning time information for display in a search results table. If you require seconds to be displayed in a search results table date and time field, you must configure the Content Server repository to return seconds using the SystemProperties applet. In order to run the SystemProperties applet, you must first temporarily disable JpsUserProvider. To configure Content Server to return seconds, do the following:

  1. Log in to the target system on which the Oracle Content Server installation resides.

  2. Open a command-line shell.

  3. Change directories to <domain_home>/ucm/cs.

    For Windows systems, enter:

    >cd ('%UCM_HOME%/ucm/cs')

    For Linux systems, enter:

    >cd ('$UCM_HOME/common/bin')
  4. Run ComponentTool and disable JpsUserProvider using the following command:

    ./bin/ComponentTool --disable JpsUserProvider
  5. Launch the SystemProperties applet by using the following command:


    The SystemProperties applet is displayed.

  6. In the SystemProperties user interface, click the Localization tab.

  7. Select the Locale you want to modify. For example, English-US, then click Edit. The Configure Locale dialog box is displayed.

  8. Remove the square brackets ([]) from around the seconds in each field to require seconds be displayed. For example, change

    M/d/yy {h:mm[:ss] {aa}[zzz]}!mAM,PM


    M/d/yy {h:mm:ss {aa}[zzz]}!mAM,PM

  9. Click OK. The Configure Locale dialog box closes.

  10. Run ComponentTool and enable JpsUserProvider using the following command:

    ./bin/ComponentTool --enable JpsUserProvider
  11. Restart Content Server. For information on how to restart Content Server, see the Oracle Universal Content Management Getting Started with Content Server guide.