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How to Upgrade Previous Versions of WebCenter Content (WCC) 11g to (Doc ID 2007796.1)

Last updated on MARCH 22, 2024

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version and later
Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture - Version to [Release 11g]
Information in this document applies to any platform.
This Knowledge Management article is specific to upgrading to
For other versions, see the references section for appropriate KM notes.


Instructions on how to upgrade a previous version of 11g WCC to WCC


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In this Document
 Note: The following steps are only to upgrade the Webcenter Content server's Weblogic Server and WCC Domain. This will not install the new ADF User Interface UI.
 Note: Upgrading an IBR, Inbound Refinery to is not supported.
 A. Enable any components that will be used at some point in the future
 B. Disable obsolete components
 C. Disable custom components
 D. Stop the Weblogic processes
 E. If the version of Weblogic is not already, upgrade it to
 Download WLS 10.3.6
 Upgrade WLS
 F. Upgrade the WebCenter Content server
 G.  If this is an upgrade from WCC to - The Middleware shared libraries and the configuration and stores must be updated
 H.  Update the WebCenter Content database schema to comply with the WCC
 Note: If WCC schema will be migrated to a different database than the database the schema was initially installed on.
 I.  If necessary, upgrade the Java JDK
 J. Install the latest Outside In opatch
 K.  Apply the latest released WCC opatch - The now upgraded WCC is only at the base version.
 L. For Windows x64 servers (2008 and 2012) only
 M. For clustered WCC Domains
 N:  Restart the WCC, IBR, and IPM Managed Servers
 O. Check the integrity of any custom metadata fields
 P. Optionally, install the User Interface domain.

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