You can display content from Oracle Content and Experience within other domains. For example, you might embed the Oracle Content and Experience web user interface into your own web applications to access folder and document management features inside your application.
To allow users to embed content, enable embedded content and add domains:
After you sign in to the Oracle Content and Experience web application as an administrator, click Settings in the Administration area of the navigation menu.
In the Settings menu, click Security.
Under Embedded Content , select Enabled.
In the Allowed domains box, enter a list of permitted domains, separated by commas. Domains must be in the form www.example.com.
To restrict the domain to a particular port, include the port in the specification. For example,
If you want to allow a domain that has multiple sub-domains, you can use the
*wildcard character. For example,
www.example.*includes the domains
www.example.co.uk, and so on.
To learn about embedding the Oracle Content and Experience web user interface, see Embed the Web User Interface in Developing for Oracle Content and Experience.