Fishbowl Solutions’ Subscription Notifier has been used by many of our customers for years to manage business content stored in Oracle WebCenter Content. Subscription Notifier automatically sends email notifications based on scheduled queries. Fishbowl released version 4.0 of the product last week, and it includes several significant updates.
Now, users of Subscription Notifier can:
- Attach native or web-viewable files to notification emails
- Send individual notification emails for each content item
- Configure hourly notification schedules
- Run subscription side effects without sending emails
In addition to the latest updates, the product also offers a host of other features that enable WebCenter users to keep track of their high-value content.
You begin by naming the subscription and specifying whether emails should be sent for items matching the query. The scheduler lets you specify exactly when you want email notifications to go out (note the hourly option, new with version 4.0).
The email settings specify who you want to send emails to and how they should appear to recipients. The new “Attach Content” feature gives you the option of sending web-viewable or native files, which provides a way for recipients who don’t use Oracle WebCenter to still see important files. Using the query builder is very simple and determines what content items are included in the subscription. Advanced users also have the option to write more complex queries using SQL.
The Current Subscription Notifications page gives a summary of all subscriptions. In Version 4.0, simple changes such as enabling, disabling, or deleting subscriptions can be done here.
Subscription Notifier is a very useful tool for any organization that needs to keep tabs on a large amount of business content. It is part of Fishbowl’s Administration Suite, which also includes Advanced User Security Mapping, Workflow Solution Set, and Enterprise BatchLoader. This set of products works together to simplify the most common administrative tasks in Oracle WebCenter Content.
To learn more about Subscription Notifier, visit Fishbowl’s website or read the press release announcing Version 4.0.
This is a continuation from my previous post - Developing WebCenter Content Cross Platform iDoc Enabled Components for Mobile, ADF, Sharepoint, Liferay.
You can see a video of JIVE Forums integration with a JS Taskflows vs ADF Taskflow running in WebCenter Portal here -
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Read on for a step by step run through on creating JS driven taskflows -
So over the last couple of months I’ve been thinking and tinkering with code, wondering, “What’s the best approach for creating WebCenter Content (WCC) components that I can consume and reuse across multiple platforms and environments?”
Is it pagelet producer or maybe an iFrame? These solutions just weren’t good enough or didn’t allow the flexibility I really wanted.
I needed a WCC Solution that could easily be consumed into mobile, either Cordova (Hybrid APP) or ADF Mobile (AMX views), and that worked on different devices/platforms as well as on any enterprise app, i.e. Sharepoint (.Net), Lifreray, WebCenter Portal (ADF) or even consumed into the new WebCenter Content ADF WebUI. It also needed to provide the added advantage that there would not need to be multiple branches of code or redevelopment of the component for each platform and environment.
And in the famous words of Victor Frankenstein.. “It’s Alive!!”
After tinkering around and trying different approaches, this is the solution I created to support the above model.
I’m not saying this is the right approach or supported by the enterprise vendors, but an approach that is reusable and can work on all enterprise apps.
Here’s a quick video of a drag/drop MultiUploader component I created for WebCenter Content Classic that I can reuse on .Net and ADF WebCenter Portal/Content as well as mobile.
Read on to find out more on how this was achieved.
Supporting an enterprise software system like Oracle WebCenter is no easy task. Technical complexities, customizations, and multiple versions make it difficult to resolve issues quickly and keep the system up and running. Without a dedicated and knowledgeable support team, WebCenter environments can suffer from system downtime, poor performance, and frustrated users.
Join Fishbowl Solutions for a webinar as they discuss their Oracle WebCenter technical support offerings. These offerings include specific technical services to support WebCenter administrators, end users, as well as customized environments. If you are a WebCenter administrator, power user, or an IT Director/Manager that oversees your company’s WebCenter environment, this webinar is for you. Come hear how Fishbowl’s support offerings could help you increase up-time, improve SR issue resolution, and ensure overall user satisfaction.
Attendees of this webinar will learn:
- The reasons Fishbowl is best positioned to be your single point of contact for Oracle WebCenter technical support
- What support services does Fishbowl offer and what does each include
- The benefits Cascade Corporation has already realized with Fishbowl’s Enterprise Support offering for Oracle WebCenter
Date: Thursday, June 12th
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST, 12 – 1:00 PM CST
Whether you already have or are planning to build an Oracle WebCenter-based intranet, extranet or customer portal, its overall success hinges on its time to market, ability to scale, and the presence of user productivity tools. Attend this webinar to see how Fishbowl’s Portal Solution Accelerator (PSA) can provide an extensible framework that bundles reusable templates and page layouts, standards-based portlets, and in-place security administration. Join us to discover how this framework can be applied to build or improve your corporate intranet, partner extranet, or customer portal.
Date: Thursday, May 22nd
Time: 1:00 PM EST