Standard Edition vs. Enterprise Edition

Users see the standard edition or enterprise edition of Oracle Content and Experience depending on which user role they’re assigned — standard user or enterprise user. Your Oracle Content and Experience instance can have both standard users and enterprise users at the same time; they’ll just see different features in the user interface.

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For more information on roles, see User Roles and Task and Feature Comparison by User Role.
Feature Standard Edition Enterprise Edition
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Conversations (discuss topics, direct messages, assign flags, add annotations to documents) Checkmark Checkmark
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Assets (images, videos, documents, and content items that you manage independently from your other files and folders, and the collections to keep them organized)   Checkmark
Developer (components, layouts, templates, and themes)

This feature can be restricted to only site administrators.

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Analytics

You also need the Service Administrator user role to access this feature.

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Administration: Settings (branding, notifications, default time zone/language, security settings, users, storage quotas, transferring file ownership, default link behavior, file restrictions, hashtags, custom properties, site creation settings, installing default templates, and integrating with other business applications)

You also need the Service Administrator user role to access this feature.

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Administration: Assets (repositories, publishing channels, localization policies, and content types)

You also need the Content Administrator user role to access this feature.

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