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How To Register UCM Cluster with Spaces Cluster? (Doc ID 1342930.1)

Last updated on APRIL 21, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.


The WebCenter Enterprise Deployment Guide Chapter 9.14 step 7 does not reflect High Availability when registering a UCM Cluster with WebCenter. It shows:

Registering Oracle Content Server with Oracle WebCenter

" 9.14 Registering Oracle Content Server with Oracle WebCenter
7. Enter connection details for the content repository:

          Choose: Socket - Uses an intradoc socket connection to connect to the Oracle Content Server. The client IP address must be added to the list of authorized addresses in the Oracle Content Server. In this case, the client is the machine on which Oracle WebCenter is running.

   Enter the host name of the machine where the Oracle Content Server is running.
   Enter the port on which the Oracle Content Server listens: 4444
   Specify the length of time allowed to log in to Oracle Content Server (in milliseconds) before issuing a connection timeout message. If no timeout is set, there is no time limit for the login operation. Choose a reasonable timeout depending on your environment. For example: 30000.
   Choose: Identity Propagation - Oracle Content Server and the WebCenter application use the same identity store to authenticate users. "


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