You can search for any assets the same way you search for other files or folders. You can filter assets to further focus your search, and sort them to help you find what you need
You can search for assets in the search box in the banner, from the Assets page, or from within a collection. Search for any term, keyword, or tag. Oracle Content and Experience searches asset titles, asset content (including the full text of digital assets such as PDFs, Microsoft Word documents, and other text documents), and manual tags.
If smart content is enabled on the repository, Oracle Content and Experience also searches machine tags that are automatically applied to images, and, after you add a search term, you'll see recommended keywords under the search box. Click a keyword to add it to your search. This brings images tagged with both words closer to the top of the result list and displays additional images tagged with the added keyword.
On the Assets page, you can filter what you see. Click . You can filter items by collection, channel, language, type, status, or if taxonomies are available, by category.
When you filter by type, you can choose to view only images, documents, video, or HTML files.
- Published: see assets that are marked as published and available for use.
- Approved: see assets that are approved according to the policies in the collection.
- Rejected: see assets that weren’t approved according to the policies.
- Draft: see assets that are still in progress.
- In Review: see assets that are awaiting review for approval or rejection.
Use the drop-down menu on the right, under the asset search box to sort assets by relevance, name, or the last date they were updated.
Note:Taxonomies and categories are available only in Oracle Content and Experience, not Oracle Content and Experience-Classic.
If you don't see the assets you were expecting, make sure you're looking in the correct repository, and that your selected filters aren't hiding the content.
Understand Translation and Filtering
It’s important to note that when you filter by language, you may see results you don’t expect. If an asset is translated into multiple languages, one asset is considered the “master” and the other translated versions are considered secondary. When you filter for a specific language, an asset may be returned in your results that doesn’t appear to be in that language. However, there may be a secondary version in that language.
To view all the languages associated with an item, select the item and click Expand. A new screen opens, showing you the translated versions of that asset.