Fishbowl Solutions has been attending and sponsoring Oracle OpenWorld for many years, and every year we get questions from customers asking why they should attend, how is Oracle OpenWorld different from Collaborate, and if they do attend what sessions should they go to? Although there is no single answer to these questions, our general response is OpenWorld provides so many continuous learning, networking, and fun events that going isn’t hard to justify. However, as the old saying goes “you get out of it what you put into it” definitely applies to OpenWorld. The event is so big (60,000+ attendees), so busy (1,000+ sessions), and so much fun (Elton John concert), that first-time attendees and even alumni need to build out their schedules before the event. This can help ensure they are going to the sessions that will teach them something new that they can apply within their work, or they learn about the road map for the product areas they manage so that they can understand and plan for upgrades, new technology, or integrations.
Even with this proactive planning, attending OpenWorld just isn’t an option for all WebCenter customers, so my colleagues and I at Fishbowl will be hosting a webinar on December 10th that will give you a recap of what you missed as it applies to Oracle WebCenter 12c; The Cloud – Sites Cloud Service, Documents Cloud Service, Mobility Cloud Service, and Process Cloud Service; and new front-end development technologies that can be used for WebCenter-based websites and portals. The webinar will include a Q & A session, so even if we don’t cover a topic that you are interested in or have a question about, our WebCenter and Cloud experts will be available to fill you in. The webinar details are included below, and we hope you will be able to join us.
Date: December 10, 2015
Time: 1:00 – 2:00 PM EST, 12 – 1:00 PM CST
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.
You could present a popup requesting the user to re authenticate; however this isn’t ideal if the user has already authenticated with the portal to access your new JS Components.
Read on to see the options available to you –
Hot off the blog express WebCenter PS7 is now out and available from OTN.
This is a major PS release lots of exciting updates, improved UI and great new features.
For a quick breakdown on whats new check it out here