This chapter describes how to change Oracle WebCenter Content Server configurations with the Idoc Script Custom Scripting Language and with other development tools and technologies.
This chapter includes the following sections:
You can change configuration information with Idoc Script, a proprietary, server-side custom scripting language for Content Server. With Idoc Script, you can reference variables, conditionally include content in HTML pages, and loop over results returned from queries. Because Idoc Script is evaluated on the server side (rather than the client side), page elements are processed after the browser has made a request, but before the requested page is returned to the client.
For advanced customizations and integration with other business systems, you can use other development tools and technologies that Content Server supports.
Idoc Script is primarily used in the following situations:
A super tag can also be used, which defines exceptions to an existing include. The super tag tells the include to start with an existing include and add to it or modify it using the specified code.
config.cfgfile and many are predefined in Content Server. You can also define your own custom variables.
For information about usage, syntax, and configuration variables, see Configuration Variables in Oracle Fusion Middleware Configuration Reference for Oracle WebCenter Content.
For advanced customizations and integration with other business systems, Content Server supports the following development tools and technologies: