My Oracle Support Banner

FAQ for Framework Folders in WebCenter Content (WCC) (Doc ID 1667918.1)

Last updated on MARCH 10, 2020

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version 11.1.1.6.0 and later
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Purpose

This is a Frequently Asked Questions document pertaining to the use of Framework Folders in WebCenter Content (WCC, formerly Universal Content Management or UCM).

Note: This note refers only to the Native UI in WCC 11.1.1.8.0, not the Content UI for 11.1.1.8.0.

 

Questions and Answers

To view full details, sign in with your My Oracle Support account.

Don't have a My Oracle Support account? Click to get started!


In this Document
Purpose
Questions and Answers
 What are Folders?  Why would you want to use Folders in WCC?
 Why were Framework Folders created?  Why would you want to use Framework Folders rather than Folders_g?
 With which versions of WCC can Framework Folders be used?
 How was the limit of the maximum number of items per folder changed with Framework Folders?
 How do you enable Framework Folders?
 What is the Look and Feel for Framework Folders?
 What items are displayed in the Folders?
 How many items will be displayed in a folder?
 How do you see if a content item is linked to a folder?
 What is the difference between a link to a folder and a shortcut to a folder?
 What happens to content that is deleted from a folder?
 How can a Profile be used in a Folder?
 How can you search for folders or files within a folder?
 What are Query Folders?
 How can a Query Folder be created?
 What can Query Folders be used for?
 What does metadata propagation do?
 How do you start propagation?
 What are Retention Folders?
 How are Retention Folders scheduled?
 Can files and folders be moved or copied to other folders?
 What are Personal or User Folders?
 How do you migrate from Folders_g to Framework Folders?
 Limitations to Framework Folders
 Where can more documentation be found for Framework Folders?
References

My Oracle Support provides customers with access to over a million knowledge articles and a vibrant support community of peers and Oracle experts.