Tuesday, May 15, 2012

Troubleshooting and Installation of WebCenter Sites 11gr1


David Parry & Tom Smith from Perficient teamed up with me to work through an installation of Oracle's first branded release of WebCenter Sites.

There are a number of key new features, but we don't go over any in this walkthrough. Perhaps we, or others, can join together to work through sample scenarios? I believe working like this is a great way to jumpstart the open community that Oracle embraces.

I've created a Vimeo Group for WebCenter Sites videos. Feel free to contribute!

Here's the official release notification from Oracle:

http://www.oracle.com/technetwork/middleware/webcenter/sites/overview/webcenter-sites-
111160-whatsnew-1610697.pdf

We really focus on everything before that point. After all, what good is knowing the product if you can't install it :)

Here's the video, no marketing, no company pitches, just teamwork:

http://vimeo.com/user11725852/wcsitestroubleshootingandinstallation

Keep in mind that this was a remote screen capture via google hangout. The quality isn't 100% (or 90%), but the key points are made. Next time, extra steps will be taken to improve capture quality.

Here's to collaboration!
-ryan

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