Learn About Developing a Blog Portal

Organizations are often looking to create blog portals to distribute content to audiences across the globe. Oracle Content Management enables you to build blog portals, which will serve as central portals to share and access latest blogs.

Before You Begin

This solution playbook will help you set up and publish the Café Supremo blog portal and blog management websites using Oracle Content Management.

This solution playbook also describes the Café Supremo blog portal and blog management websites. It will walk you through the different features of the Café Supremo blog portal and blog management websites. It'll help you understand how you can quickly and easily create your own blog portal or modify this reference portal to suit your organization’s needs.

To learn what a blog portal is and see an introduction to the Café Supremo blog portal, see Learn about creating a blog portal.


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The Café Supremo blog portal is created using Oracle Content Management. It is a content-sharing website, which provides access to latest and greatest blogs.

The blog manager sets up the blog management website, manages authors, manages/approves website content, and manages the repository artifacts. The author creates or updates blogs using the blog management website and once ready, publishes them to make them automatically available in the blog portal. The authors can also manage their profiles and collaborate with other authors in the blog management website. Viewers access the blog portal to view the Café Supremo blogs.

About Required Services and Roles

To create the Café Supremo blog portal using Oracle Content Management, you'll need access to an Oracle Content Management instance with appropriate roles.

Viewers don’t need any specific roles as they will be accessing the public website. The users involved with creating your blog portal will typically fall into one of the following roles.

User User roles required Resource roles required for blog portal Resource roles required for blog management website


  • Enterprise User
  • Contributor
  • Viewer

Blog manager

  • Content Administrator
  • Enterprise User
  • Repository Administrator
  • Site Administrator
  • Manager
  • Manager

Website designer

  • Developer
  • Enterprise User
  • Manager
  • Manager

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