WebCenter

Oracle WebCenter Portal OOB taskflows and page fragments can be customized to meet your specific requirements. This work is done using JDeveloper and we can commit these customizations in Source Control, so that we can easily track changes over time and if needed revert back to previous revision. I will demonstrate process to automatically build

In previous blog posts, we discussed how to setup JDeveloper for custom taskflow development as well as automated build process to create .war shared library files. In this post, we will explore how to automate deployment of these .war shared libraries to WebCenter Portal. Let’s first look at FlexDeploy workflow for this purpose. First we

Flexagon is teaming up with Schreiber Foods and Oracle Product Management to present “Migrating Custom Framework Applications to the Oracle WebCenter Portal Server.” They will be sharing how Schreiber Foods, a global food manufacturer, migrated its supplier portal—initially implemented as a custom framework application—to the Oracle WebCenter Portal server. Project highlights, struggles, victories, and lessons learned

In my previous post, I explained the development process of custom taskflows targeted for WebCenter Portal Server. We also learned that deployment process requires shared library type deployment. In this post, I will talk about FlexDeploy based automated build process to create shared libraries from JDeveloper applications – Portal Server extension and custom fusion web

Here is an Oracle whitepaper that describes development lifecycle for custom taskflows to be included in WebCenter Portal pages. http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/portal/learnmore/wcp-createcustomtaskflow-2135965.pdf Summary of steps Create Fusion Web Application (ADF) to develop custom taskflows. Create Portal server extension application and include shared library of custom taskflows. Build WAR shared library from Fusion Web Application. Build WAR shared