Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook: Build Rich, Customizable Enterprise 2.0 Applications

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McGraw Hill Professional, Jan 5, 2010 - Computers - 528 pages
Master Oracle WebCenter 11g

Transform your organization into a personalized, user-focused workplace using the detailed information in this comprehensive Oracle Press guide. Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook shows you how to build Enterprise 2.0 applications that facilitate collaboration and foster innovation. You'll work with task flows and content systems, employ social networking tools, develop portals and composite applications, and deploy runtime customization. Debugging, security, and application tuning are also covered in this practical resource.

  • Develop, test, and deploy dynamic enterprise applications, portals, and portlets
  • Design data-backed rich Internet applications using Oracle JDeveloper 11g and Oracle WebLogic Server
  • Work with Oracle Content Server and Oracle Secure Enterprise Search
  • Customize applications at runtime using Oracle Composer and metadata services
  • Use the resource catalog to deliver personalized search results to end users
  • Integrate RSS feeds, forums, wikis, and blogs with Oracle WebCenter social computing services
  • Implement the latest Oracle Application Development Framework security tools
  • Extend functionality using mashups, composite applications, and third-party add-ons
  • Understand the Web 2.0 and portal technologies behind Oracle Fusion Applications

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Frédéric Desbiens is a senior Java systems architect and SOA specialist working for Fujitsu America.

Peter Moskovits is a senior principal product manager for Oracle WebCenter, and leads the product management efforts for Web 2.0 and social networking application development.

Philipp Weckerle leads the product management efforts on Oracle Reports and Content integration at Oracle Corporation.

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