WebCenter has changed a lot since the last release. A lot of new features have been introduced. We will try to cover all these features. In the first section, the navigation model, the resource model, and the newly supported JSR 286 standard are covered.
The second section will show you how you can build content-driven portals with the document services. You will also see how to build wikis and integrate the forum services as well as linking items together and allowing the users to find the content they really want.
The last section covers the administration tasks like managing the application in the enterprise manager. You will also see how you can use the WebCenter Analytics and Activity Graph to find out what sections of your portal are popular. You will also see how you can use this information to guide the user to the information they might want.
This is a cookbook filled with numerous recipes for learning important and advanced aspects of administering WebCenter. If you are a WebCenter administrator who wants to keep up to date with the newer version, and learn all the important and advanced aspects of administering WebCenter then this book is for you. You need to have WebCenter installed and to have basic knowledge of administering WebCenter.