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Space Template Incorrectly Shows Skins As Not Visible When Created From A Space (Doc ID 1425846.1)

Last updated on FEBRUARY 03, 2019

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version: 11.1.1.5.0 to 11.1.1.5.0 - Release: 11g to 11g
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Symptoms

In an 11.1.1.5 WebCenter installation, when creating a template, using a space as a base, the visibility of the skins resources are not being honoured.

eg in a space 2 new skins are created, skinA is hidden, but skinB is visible, when creating a template from the space, then creating a new space from the template, any new skins are HIDDEN.

Problem reproduced as follows :-
1. Logged in as weblogic
2. Created new space DEMO as PUBLIC using PORTAL SITE
3. In space DEMO created a new skin SKIN_DEMO
4. Made SKIN_DEMO available
5. Clicked on Administration Link -- Spaces -- Space Templates
6. Created a new space template DEMO_TEMPLATE based on space DEMO, and selected to copy resources.
7. Created a space based on DEMO_TEMPLATE and called it DEMO_NEW
8. Checked settings of DEMO_NEW and the skin SKIN_DEMO is hidden <
Problem does not reproduce
1. Logged in as weblogic
2. Created new space DEMO2 as PUBLIC using PORTAL SITE
3. In space DEMO2 created a new style called DEMO2_BLANK
4. Made DEMO2_BLANK available
5. Clicked on Administration Link -- Spaces -- Space Templates
6. Created a new space template DEMO2_TEMPLATE based on space DEMO2, and selected to copy resources.
7. Created a space based on DEMO2_TEMPLATE and called it DEMO2_NEW
8. Checked settings of DEMO2_NEW and the skin SKIN_DEMO is hidden like the other skins. << This is OK

Cause

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