Administrative Interfaces

There are several different interfaces used to manage your services. Depending on the type and date of your subscription, you'll use different interfaces to perform tasks.

Infrastructure Console


Infrastructure Console Dashboard

If you have an Oracle Content and Experience instance running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI), you can use the Infrastructure Console to create, manage, and view your Oracle Cloud resources.

To access the Infrastructure Console, sign in to Oracle Cloud as the cloud account administrator. You can find your account name and login information in your welcome email.

Infrastructure Classic Console



Depending on the type and date of your subscription, you might use Infrastructure Classic Console to manage your Oracle Cloud services as well as to manage users and groups. You're automatically brought to the appropriate console for your subscription when you sign in to Oracle Cloud.

The dashboard shows you your existing services and their statuses, enables you create new service instances, and displays your billing and service usage.

To access the Infrastructure Classic Console:

  1. Sign in to Oracle Cloud as the cloud account administrator. You can find your account name and login information in your welcome email.
  2. Click your user avatar on the top right, then click Service User Console.
  3. Click Infrastructure Classic Console.

Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) Console


Identity Cloud Service Dashboard

Identity Cloud Service (IDCS) is used to manage users and groups. See Add Users in this book or Adding Users to a Cloud Account with IDCS in Getting Started with Oracle Cloud.

To access Identity Cloud Service (IDCS):

  1. Sign in to Oracle Cloud as the cloud account administrator. You can find your account name and login information in your welcome email.
  2. In the Infrastructure Console, click Navigation menu icon on the top left to open the navigation menu, click Identity, then click Federation. You might need to use the scroll bar on the left to scroll down to see the menu option.
  3. On the Federation page, click the link to the Oracle Identity Cloud Service Console. The IDCS Console opens in a new window.

Oracle Content and Experience Administration System Interface


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The Oracle Content and Experience Administration System interface is where you enable notifications, manage defaults such as user quotas and time zone settings, add custom branding, and manage custom applications.

To access the Oracle Content and Experience Administration System interface:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content and Experience web application as an administrator, click System in the Administration area of the navigation menu.

  2. In the System Settings menu, select a page:

    • General: Customize branding; enable or disable notifications; and set default time zone, language, and date/time format. See Configure General Settings.
    • Security: Set CORS origins, and enable the display of embedded content from Oracle Content and Experience Cloud within other domains. See Configure Security Settings.
    • Billing Limits: Specify the limits at which you want to be notified for billing metrics. These settings apply only to Oracle Content and Experience running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI). See Configure Billing Settings.
    • Users: Manage users; set the default role for new folder members; synchronize user data; set whether to show conversation membership messages by default for a user; override user storage quotas; and transfer ownership of files from deprovisioned users. See Configure User Settings.
    • Documents: Set default user storage quota and manage storage space; set default link behavior; restrict file types and sizes; and set virus scan options. See Configure Documents Settings.
    • Tags and Metadata: Manage hashtags, and manage custom properties so that users can quickly categorize files and folders with additional descriptions, known as metadata. See Configure Tags and Metadata.
    • Sites and Assets: Enable sites assets and access control options, and install the default site templates. See Configure Sites and Assets Settings.
    • SEO for Sites: Enable prerendering for sites and configure additional user agents. See Configure SEO for Sites Settings.

Oracle Content and Experience Administration Integrations Interface


Administration Integrations Interface described in text

You can enable integration with other applications through the Administration Integrations interface.

To access the Oracle Content and Experience Administration Integrations interface:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content and Experience web application as an administrator, click Integrations in the Administration area of the navigation menu.
  2. In the Integrations menu, you can select Applications, Content Connectors, or Proxy Service.

Depending on your environment, you may be able to integrate with Oracle Process Cloud Service, Oracle Eloqua Cloud Service, Oracle Visual Builder, Oracle Intelligent Advisor, or Oracle Cobrowse Cloud Service. These tasks described in Integrating and Extending Oracle Content and Experience.

Oracle Content and Experience Administration Content Interface


Administration Assets Interface described in text

Repository and content administrators can manage asset repositories, publishing channels, localization policies, content types, and taxonomies through the Administration Content interface. These tasks described in Managing Assets with Oracle Content and Experience.

To access the Oracle Content and Experience Administration Content interface:

  1. After you sign in to the Oracle Content and Experience web application as an administrator, click Content in the Administration area of the navigation menu.
  2. In the Content menu, you can select Repositories, Publishing Channels, Localization Policies, Content Types, Taxonomies, or Audience Attributes.