This guide explains how to use Oracle WebCenter Portal to build portals. It provides instructions for tasks such as creating, customizing, and administering portals; working with portal templates; creating and editing portal pages and the content they expose; defining the assets and tools available to portals; and defining security through membership, roles, and permissions.
This guide is intended for application specialists and advanced knowledge workers who build and manage portals. For a complete description of these roles and other WebCenter Portal personas, refer to Who's Who.
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For more information, see the following documents:
Introduction to WebCenter Portal in Oracle Fusion Middleware Using Oracle WebCenter Portal
Introduction to Administration for Oracle WebCenter Portal in Oracle Fusion Middleware Administering Oracle WebCenter Portal
Introduction to Developing for Oracle WebCenter Portal in Oracle Fusion Middleware Developing WebCenter Portal Assets and Custom Components with Oracle JDeveloper
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