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UCM 11g Lock On Content Folio Isn't Working Properly (Doc ID 1318605.1)

Last updated on MAY 10, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.
***Checked for relevance on 26-September-2013***


Locked Folio template is using a newer revision of a document.

1. Enable Content Folios
   a. Go to the Administration/Admin Server menu and then the component manager
   b. Check the box for Content Folios
   c. Press the Update button at the bottom of the page.
2. Restart the Content Server
3. Create three new Word documents, put Test1 in the first, Test2 in the second and Test3 in the third. Save the files as Test1, Test2 and Test3 respectively
4. Check those documents into the Content Server
5. Go to the Content Management Menu and select New Folio
6. Select Advanced Folio and press the Load Folio button
7. On the Edit Folio window right click the Folio Root and select Insert item By search
8. on the search screen press the search button.
9. Press the select button for Test1

Repeat Steps 7 -9 with Test2 and Test3.

10. In the Actions Menu select Save Folio. Enter the name MyFolio and save the new Folio
11. When finished select the option to continue editing the Folio

12. Back on the Edit Folio window a new menu option shows up called Renderers. Select "Download PDF Rendition" off the menu option.
 This will create a new PDF file that contains the text
 This will also happen if the Download Zip Renditions is used instead.
13. Next select the Actions/Lock Folio option. This should lock the Folio,  to the current revisions, per the documentation.
14. Open the File Test1 and add the text - Revision 2 - on a new line
15. Save the file as Test1R2
16. On the Content Server and check out Test1 and check in Test1R2 as the  second revision of that document.
17. When the new revision is released go back to the Folio and select Renders  "Download PDF Rendition"
Even though the Folio is locked the new rendition is
  Revision 2
This should display the same results as the first run.


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