Wednesday, August 21, 2013

WebCenter Performance Analysis Feature

Performance Analysis of a Portal application is an area that is usually time consuming, since the typical portal is made up of numerous distinct task flows. The traditional approach relies on testing task flows in isolation and trying to gauge the performance impact each task flow makes to a page. With WebCenter Portal however, this process becomes extremely simple and efficient.

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Thursday, June 13, 2013

A-Team Chronicles...

As you maybe already know, Oracle A-Team lunch new web site called A-Team Chronicles. As part of the Oracle WebCenter A-Team I will post in the feature all my new Blog articles on that new site. You can find the new site here:

Friday, March 15, 2013

Configure Coherence for Oracle WebCenter Portal Framework Content Presenter Task Flow

This guide aims to give you complete configuration overview for how to configure Coherence Cache for Oracle WebCenter Portal Framework Application using the Content Presenter Task Flow.
This document is intended for WebCenter Portal Application administrators who have to improve performance by configuring Coherence cache for Content Presenter.
For more information about the Coherence Cache for Content Presenter have a look at the following link:
The Content Presenter and the Content Management Interoperability Service (CMIS) are delivered out of the box with in-memory Coherence cache. This cache is NOT enabled by default. You can enable it by adding the file content-coherence-cache-config.xml to the application class path of the WebCenter Portal Application. This guide describes how to configure the cache when you deploy applications based on WebCenter Portal Framework.