Content Categorizer Fails to Fill in Title on Check-In

(Doc ID 451288.1)

Last updated on MAY 23, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle WebCenter Content - Version: 7.5.2 to 7.5.2 - Release: Stellent to Stellent
Information in this document applies to any platform.
Product: Content Server
Version: 7.5.2


Content Categorizer does not fill in the title upon check in after following the test set below. If you select checkin and use the categorizer button for the test that is given with the installation instructions, it may not fill in the title and remove the browse button.

The test in the install guide:

After installing Content Categorizer, you should verify that the component is functioning
correctly. Use the following procedure if you are using either Flexiondoc or SearchML for
content conversions to XML.
1. Log into Stellent Content Server as an administrator.
2. Click the Administration link.
3. Click the Admin Applets link.
4. Click the Content Categorizer link (under Administration Pages for instance_name).
The CC Admin Applet screen is displayed.
5. On the Configuration tab, set the XML converter:
a. Select the sccXMLConversion property.
b. Click Edit.
Note: The stellentCCBinder.hda file containing the rule definitions and settings is located
in the <install_dir_path>/data/stellentCC/ directory.
Note: In most cases, you will set the Use Default flag to false for dDocTitle and
Note: Refer to Supported Platforms (page 1-2) for information about the current Content
Server platforms on which SearchML and Flexiondoc are supported.
c. Select Flexiondoc or SearchML from the drop-down list.
d. Click OK.
6. Select the Rule Sets tab.
7. Select DocTitle from the Field drop-down list.
8. Click Add.
9. Select TAG_TEXT (the default) from the Rule choice list.
10. In the Key field, enter scc_title.
11. Click OK to save the rule.
12. Click OK to save the changes and close the CC Admin Applet.
13. In Content Server, navigate to the Content Manager and click New Check In.
14. If required by your system, enter a Content ID.
15. Click Browse next to the Primary File field.
16. Navigate to the samples directory (for example, C:\CC_Sample\).
17. Select Wellington_WordStyle.doc and click Open.
18. Click Categorize and allow time for processing.
19. Wellington Letter to Whitehall should appear in the Title field.


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