WebCenter Portal provides several different containers in which to display and manage content, enabling end users with appropriate permissions to manipulate and display that content in a variety of ways.
In WebCenter Portal, there are several ways to work with portal content:
Content Contribution and Publishing. Enables users to quickly add image, text, and video content to a portal page. When an Image, Text, or Styled Text component is present on a page, a user who is granted
Edit Page or
Contribute Page Content permission can contribute image, text, or video content to the page at runtime.
For more information about contributing and publishing content, see Contributing and Publishing Content.
Sophisticated Content. Design portal pages and add components to portal pages, such as calendars, activity streams, data visualizations, message boards, tag clouds, and portlets.
For more information about designing portal pages, see Working with Portal Pages in Oracle Fusion Middleware Building Portals with Oracle WebCenter Portal.
Content Presenter. Enables users to precisely customize the selection and presentation of content in a portal. When a Content Presenter task flow is present on a page, a user who is granted
Edit Page permission can select content from the Oracle WebCenter Content Server (a single item of content, contents under a folder, a list of items, or content query), and then select a template to render the content on a page in a portal. The Content Presenter task flow is available only when the system administrator has completed the prerequisite WebCenter Content Server configuration, but Content Presenter has no dependency on the Documents tool for adding or managing the content it displays.
For more information about Content Presenter, see Publishing Content Using Content Presenter in Oracle Fusion Middleware Building Portals with Oracle WebCenter Portal
Content Manager. Enables users to work with libraries, folders, and files in the connected WebCenter Content Server repository. It offers an easy and intuitive user interface with sophisticated searching capabilities. When Content Manager is available on a page, a user with the appropriate document permissions can work with the WebCenter Content Server files and folders using Content Manager. Content Manager is available only when the system administrator has completed the prerequisite WebCenter Content Server configuration and the portal manager has enabled the Documents tool.
For more information about working with Content Manager, see Adding and Managing Documents.
Oracle DOCS Content Manager. Enables users to access content in Oracle Content and Experience Cloud. For more information, see Working with Oracle Content and Experience Cloud.
Wikis. Enable multiple users to collaborate on content that is relevant, useful, and up-to-date. Wiki pages are available only when the portal manager has enabled the Documents tool.
For more information, see Working with Wikis.
Blogs. Enable users to create and manage personal blogs to record experiences and opinions, and group related blog posts. Blogs are available only when the portal manager has enabled the Documents tool.
For more information, see Working with Blogs.