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FAQ: Webcenter Sites 12.2.1.x patching (Doc ID 2735439.1)

Last updated on DECEMBER 17, 2020

Applies to:

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


 This article will answer some frequently asked questions about applying patch.

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Questions and Answers
 1. How to check if customer is using a certified version of JDK?
 2. How can customers check if they have latest Oracle Fusion Middleware Infrastructure (WebLogic Server for FMW) patch and corresponding Coherence patch too?
 3. What is the purpose of the below step for Patch 31548912:
Login to OracleWebCenter Sites UI, Go to PropertyManagement, search for and ensure that Global checkbox is enabled/selected.
 4. Do customers need to stop the node managers at this step:
“Stop all servers (AdminServer and all Managed server(s)).”
 5. If customer has a previously applied Sites Patch, does the opatch rolls back it automatically?
 6. What needs to be done for the below step, on a NIO based system: “Take the backup of your current <sites_shared>/elements folder.”
 7. “Remove the property value "12.2.1.x.xxxxx" from oracle.wcsites.bootstrap.patch.status property in config/wcs_properties_bootstrap.ini file”. Why is this not done when rolling back the patch?
 8. Where to get Catalog Mover for 12.2.1.x?
 9. How to run Catalog Mover if there is no GUI?
 10. If sitespatchsetup url fails to run, can the elements be imported manually?
 11. What needs to be done for this Post-Installation step on a NIO-based instance - "2. If you are installing this patch on a cluster node then copy the wcs_properties_bootstrap.ini from your config directory to your cluster shared directory"?
 12. Are there any new behavior observed after applying Patch 31548912 (Sites

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