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How to Install and Configure the Content UI with Webcenter Content and (Doc ID 1618305.1)

Last updated on SEPTEMBER 16, 2022

Applies to:

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


 A Step by Step example of how to configure the new Content UI with Webcenter Content and


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In this Document
 Some considerations when installing the User Interface
 Install and configure Webcenter Content Server
 Step 1) To install Content Server, follow the Webcenter Content and above installation documentation.
 Step 2) Start the WLS admin server , and the Content Server and Inbound Refinery Managed Servers.
 Step 3) Enable the components required for the User Interface integration
 Step 4) Connect to the Webcenter Content Server and set WCC config.cfg parameters required for the UI
 Step 5) Restart the WCC Managed Server.
 Step 6) Make sure that Content Server index is rebuilt using OracleTextSearch.
 Step 7) Configuring Thumbnails in Content Server.
 Step 8) Connect to the Inbound Refinery at http://yourhostname:16250/ibr
 Step 9) Add an Inbound Refinery Provider.
 Step 10) Test to see that the new Provider is operational.
 Step 11) Configure File Formats that will be used by the Refinery.
 Step 12) On the Inbound Refinery, enable PDF Export Converter.
 Step 13) Set Primary Web Rendition to PDF.
 Step 14) For Webcenter Content ONLY:  Configuring Digital Asset Management (DAM) with Content Server.
 Step 15) Apply the latest Webcenter Content Bundle Patch (MLR) patch.
 Install and configure Webcenter Content ADF WebUI against Webcenter Content Server
 Step 1) Install the MDS schema
 Step 2) Install the Weblogic server
 Step 3) Download and Install Oracle Application Development Framework 11gR1 ( into the new WebUI WLS Middleware home.
 Step 4) Download and apply Patch 16546129.
 Step 5) Download and apply Patch 16546157.
 Step 6) Download and apply Patch 19469801 and then, Patch 18102108
 Step 7) Copy the wccadf files into the UI domain
 Step 8) Register the Oracle Metadata services (MDS) in the application
 Step 9) Place the WebCenter Content user interface domain template
 Step 10) Run the configuration wizard on the new WebUI Middleware Home to create the new domain 
 Step 11) Upgrade the Oracle ADF shared libraries
 Step 12) Start the WebUI Domain Admin Server
 Step 13) Register the target Managed Server with the MDS repository, and create the metadata partition
 Step 14) Start the WebUI managed server.
 Step 15) Associate the WebCenter Content user interface to Content Server.
 Step 16) Restart the ADF WebUI managed server.
 Step 17 Access the WebUI
 Step 18) Completing the Workflow Configuration
 Step 19) Applying the latest Webcenter Content UI Bundle Patch
 Misc Details
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