This user's guide provides concepts, procedures, and reference information for end users of Oracle WebCenter Content Server.


This document is intended for end users of the Oracle WebCenter Content Server system. It is also a valuable resource for system administrators who manage a Oracle WebCenter Content Server instance.

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Related Documents

Oracle WebCenter Content Server is documented in the following manuals:

See your system administrator for details about the documentation available to you.


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Backward slashes (\)

Backward slashes are used to separate the levels in a path to a Windows server, directory, or file. A backward slash is always included after a Windows server, directory, or file path.