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Unable To Register Oracle Content Server With Webcenter Portal (Doc ID 1534058.1)

Last updated on MAY 18, 2021

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Portal - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.


Registration of Oracle WebCenter Content Server MLR1 with Oracle WebCenter fails with the following errors in theWC_Spaces-diagnostic.log:

<Error> <oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.UCMSetupHandler> <WCS-07816> <Unable to seed the WebCenter data in the Oracle Content Server repository.>
<Nov 27, 2012 1:58:16 AM MST> <Error> <oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.UCMSetupHandler> <WCS-07801> <Cannot seed the WebCenter data into the content repository.>
<Nov 27, 2012 1:58:16 AM MST> <Error> <oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.DoclibServiceSetupListener> <WCS-07801> <Cannot seed the WebCenter data into the content Cannot create the folder, <FOLDERNAME>, in the folder, -1, in the Oracle Content Server.       
    at oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.UCMSpacesUtils$1.newException(       
    at oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.UCMSpacesUtils$1.newException(       
    at oracle.webcenter.doclib.internal.spaces.UCMSpacesUtils.createError(

Steps To Reproduce:

  1. Log in to Enterprise Manager Fusion Middleware Control and navigate to the home page for WebCenter Spaces.
  2. From the WebCenter menu, choose Settings, and then Service Configuration.
  3. From the list of services on the WebCenter Service Configuration page, select Content Repository.
  4. To connect to a new content repository, click Add.
  5. Enter a unique name for this connection, specify the content repository type, and indicate whether this connection is the active (or default) connection for the application.




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