Oracle Stellent 10g R3 Content Server Administration


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Oracle Stellent 10g R3 Content Server Administration

  1. 1. Oracle University | Contact Us: 1 800 005 453 Oracle Stellent 10gR3: Content Server Administration Duration: 4 Days What you will learn In this course, students learn to implement, configure, and administer Oracle Content Server. This course is the foundation for becoming an Oracle Content Server administrator. The students gain a conceptual understanding of the behind-the-scenes process for managed content. The students learn to configure Oracle Content Server, which includes implementing security and metadata models and creating content review processes. Students also learn to batch content into the content server as well as to migrate configurations and content. The lesson topics are reinforced with structured hands-on practices. Learn To: Implement a security model Implement a metadata model Create automatic content review processes (Workflow Create custom pages using rules and profiles Migrate content server configurations Replicate content Audience Application Developers Database Administrators Functional Implementer Support Engineer System Analysts Technical Administrator Technical Consultant Web Administrator Prerequisites Required Prerequisites Stellent: Using Content Server Suggested Prerequisites Navigating Oracle Content Server Checking in, searching, viewing, and subscribing to content Updating metadata fields Approving and rejecting workflow items Course Objectives Creating workflows to represent a formal approval process for content checked into the content server Managing content subscriptions Copyright © 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved. Page 1
  2. 2. Using Archiver to export and import content Managing multiple servers using the Configuration Migration Utility and Archiver Table Replication to synchronize system configu Setting up security and metadata models Configuring general System Properties for contribution, such as automatic assignment of Content ID on check in Enabling components that offer specialized functions or efficiencies Contributing content using WebDAV and the Batch-loader administrative applet Course Topics Understanding Administrative Responsibilities Explaining the typical process for managed content Oracle Content Server overview Administrative Applets overview Understanding Security Concepts Security overview Components of security Security models Implementing Security Models Defining, setting up, and maintaining a Role-based security model Defining, setting up, and maintaining an Account-based security model Implementing a Metadata Model Creating content Types Creating custom metadata fields Creating dependent choice lists Customizing Standard Oracle Content Server HTML Pages using Rules and Profiles Hiding metadata fields on check in, search, update or content information HTML pages Excluding metadata fields on content server HTML pages Grouping metadata fields on content server HTML pages Deriving metadata values on content server HTML pages Using profiles to create optional content server HTML pages Configuring Oracle Content Server Defining System Properties Installing and enabling custom components Contributing Content Using Batch Loader to contribute large quantities of content Configuring and using WebDAV to contribute content Creating Workflows Explaining workflow concepts Designing and creating Criteria workflows for the automatic routing of content for review Designing and creating Sub-workflows Creating tokens Creating workflow templates Creating Basic workflows Copyright © 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved. Page 2
  3. 3. Creating Reports Using default content server report templates Managing Content and Subscriptions Managing Content Subscriptions Rebuilding the Search Index System Migration Migrating configurations and customizations Replicating content and tables Troubleshooting Oracle Content Server Explaining a systematic approach to troubleshooting Finding error and status information Copyright © 2009, Oracle. All rights reserved. Page 3