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Product Name Changes for WebCenter and Former ECM products (Doc ID 1364544.1)

Last updated on JUNE 16, 2022

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Distributed Capture - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Content: Rights - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Capture 10g - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Portal
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Oracle has aligned a number of products to create a portfolio of portal, web experience management, content and social computing technology in a single WebCenter product suite. A number of product names have been changed with this alignment. The table below shows the new name along with the former product names.

New Product Name

Former Product Name

Oracle WebCenter Portal Oracle WebCenter
Oracle WebCenter Content   Oracle Universal Content Management
Oracle WebCenter Content: Records Oracle Universal Records Management
Oracle WebCenter Content: Rights Oracle Information Rights Management
Oracle WebCenter Content: Imaging Oracle Imaging and Process Management J2EE
Oracle WebCenter Capture Oracle Document Capture
Oracle WebCenter Distributed Capture Oracle Distributed Document Capture
 Oracle WebCenter Forms Recognition Oracle Forms Recognition

The WebCenter naming will be used going forward.  In addition to replacing the product names shown above, the E2.0 and Enterprise Content Management (ECM) naming will no longer be used.

Many Oracle sites and tools are now using these new names.  My Oracle Support will transition to the new names during the week of November 14th, 2011.

With future product releases you will also see the new names incorporated into the product UIs and documentation.


Please continue to use the former product names when using My Oracle Support for Service Requests, Communities, Knowledge and other activities until you see the new names appearing in MOS.

When the transition is complete Service Requests, Communities, KM, and other areas will display the new names.  This article will be updated with additional details related to the transition.  


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