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Tutorial: Customizing the WebCenter Content User Interface (WCC ADF UI / RUI) (Doc ID 2545614.1)

Last updated on MARCH 05, 2024

Applies to:

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


This document will show how to customize the WebCenter Content user interface.

For this exercise we will do the following customization:



his document is intended for WebCenter Content Developers who need to customize the WebCenter Content User Interface.

Note: This document doesn't replace the formal documentation that can be located here:

Developing with Oracle WebCenter Content
6 Customizing the WebCenter Content User Interface



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In this Document
 1. Configuring Oracle JDeveloper Site Studio for Use With Oracle WebCenter Content
 1.1. Installing the WebCenter Content Connection Extension for JDeveloper
 1.2. Create the Integrated WebLogic Server Domain if you have not done this already
 2. Setup the WccAdfCustomization Application
 2.1. Get the WccAdfCustomization application from the WebCenter Content Home
 2.2. Configure the RIDC connection in the WccAdfCustomization application
 3. Configuring JDeveloper and the WccAdfCustomization application for Defining Seeded Customizations
 3.1. Showing Libraries in the WccAdfCustomization application
 3.2. Setting Source as the default editor for ADF Fragment and XHMTL/Facelets Source Files
 3.3. Defining customer Layer Values for the WccAdfCustomization application
 4. Customizing the Document Name Link to Download the File Instead of Opening the File in Viewer Mode
 5. Testing the customization in the WccAdfCustomization application
 6. Package the seeded customization
 7. Apply the customization to the WebCenter Content User Interface
 8. Verify the Customization to the WebCenter Content User Interface (UI)

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