Muito tempo que não apareço por aqui…mas por boas razões…casei, mudei de emprego (twice) e mudei de país =) wooow quantas mudanças….!
Estou morando e trabalhando na Austrália.
Bom sem enrolação vamos ao que interessa.
Segue o link para o tutorial.
I’m writing just to give you my feedback about the Oracle Enterprise Content Management 11g certification exam.
Well, what I can say is that not too easy even if you work with Oracle UCM for a couple years.
My study planning guide to give this certification was the following:
The Oracle Universal Content Management Handbook – Dmitri Khanine
The Definitive Guide to Stellent Content Server Development – Bex Huff
Transforming Infoglut! A Pragmatic Strategy for Oracle Enterprise Content Management – Andy MacMillan & Bex Huff
Just follow the labs given in Oracle trainings & workshops about UCM.
Official Documentation from Oracle:
Oracle UCM 10g Documentation
Oracle Fusion Middleware 11g Documentation – Enterprise Content Management Suite
Basically it was this.
About the exam, it covers all ECM Suite stack, UCM, URM, IRM, IBR, ODC & ODDC, OFR, I/PM and so on…
So be prepared to answer questions like What metadata are added when we install SiteStudio module on Content Server?
Which application integrations come out-of-the-box with ECM
What are the predefined Security Groups by default on UCM ?
A total of 69 questions to be answered in 2 hours.
My advice is: Be prepared!
Wow! A lot of changes in Oracle UCM/Webcenter world….
More information here: http://www.oracle.com/us/corporate/press/431137
and here in this awesome post from Billy Crype of Bloomthink: http://bloomthink.com/2011/07/15/new-ecm-e20-product-packaging-at-oracle/
Hi folks…I’m back with a quick tip.
There was a trouble with a customers UCM 10g environment.
The UCM 10g is integrated with Microsoft’s Active Directory but one little problem occurs if I change on euser from his OU (Organizational Unit) to another OU (Organizational Unit).
The UCM losses the reference from AD and the user loses access to UCM. The workaround was to delete the user from UCM everytime I changed them from OU.
This is exactly what UCM does: It caches that information internally. Store the users DN in the database so that UCM don’t have to look it up everytime. Going into the User Admin Applet and physically deleting the user, removes him from the Users table in the database and forces a dump of the cache.
If you are using an LDAP provider, there is a solution to change this behavior:
Just add to config.cfg the following line:
This variable will force a new check of the user in every login.
Props to Ken from My Oracle Support for this tip.
Só para deixar registrado…..hehe!
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