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Oracle® Fusion Middleware Autonomy Search Integration Sample Guide for Oracle WebLogic Portal
10g Release 3 (10.3.4)

Part Number E15073-03
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This guide describes how to configure Oracle WebLogic Portal to use Autonomy search, integrate your portal with Autonomy search, and perform all aspects of developing and configuring portlets to take advantage of Autonomy's capabilities.


For more information on configuring full text search, see "Adding Full Text Search Capabilities to Oracle WebLogic Portal" in the Oracle Fusion Middleware Content Management Guide for Oracle WebLogic Portal

You can also configure Oracle WebLogic Portal to perform full-text searches against content in an Oracle WebCenter Content-based repository. WebCenter Content repositories include built-in support for full text search in Oracle WebLogic Portal. For more information on Oracle Universal Content Management, see Oracle WebLogic Portal UCM VCR Adapter Guide for Oracle WebLogic Portal.

If you would like to use Autonomy Enterprise Search, you must first purchase the required license and obtain the binaries from Autonomy Corporation at


This document is intended for developers and portal administrators.

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