Oracle WebCenter Sites 188.8.131.52.0
Documentation for Oracle WebCenter Sites 12c (184.108.40.206).
Documentation for installers and administrators that describes how to install, configure, and deinstall Oracle WebCenter Sites and its component applications. The guide includes prerequisites, installation steps, and post-installation configuration steps, including clustering and external authentication.
Describes how to use the Oracle WebCenter Sites Admin and WEM Admin interfaces to enable content contributors to provide content for websites. It also provides information about configuring publishing destinations for assets, publishing assets from the management system to the delivery system where site visitors can then view those assets on your website, and how to manage and configure the WebCenter Sites environment.
Describes how to use the Contributor interface to create and manage content within WebCenter Sites, including websites tailored for mobile devices. This guide also describes how to use Insights, Visitor Services, Engage, and A/B Testing to gain valuable website insights, and field test, personalize, and optimize visitor online experiences.
This guide describes the property files and the properties they contain that govern the operation of WebCenter Sites and its component application. It also describes how to use the Property Management Tool and the Import/Export Utility to manage these properties.
Provides Java API documentation for developers of applications such as Oracle WebCenter Sites, Insights, and Engage that communicate with Visitor Services to get visitor profile information.
Describes the REST API resources used to access content in an aggregate fashion in Oracle WebCenter Sites.
Provides Java API documentation for Oracle WebCenter Sites.
Provides Java API documentation for the Oracle WebCenter Sites component, Site Capture.
Provides Java API documentation for client developers of Visitor Services to write custom identity provider, access provider, and profile provider interface implementations.
Describes the Oracle WebCenter Sites tags optionally used in templates, assets, and elements.