Why are There Differences in Roles Between a Trial and Paid Instance (Doc ID 2236117.1)

Last updated on AUGUST 09, 2017

Applies to:

Oracle Documents Cloud Service - Version 14.1.0.0.0 to N/A
Information in this document applies to any platform.

Goal

I now have a paid instance of Oracle Documents Cloud Service (DOCS) and noticed that the set of roles are different from my trial instance.

Please assist me in understanding the following:

1. DOCS - Oracle Sites Cloud Service Visitor (Present in paid instance, missing in trial instance)
Why has this role went away in the trial instance? It has sites, we're using sites.

2. DOCS - Oracle Documents Cloud Service User (Present in paid and trial instances)
How does this compare to the "Content and Experience Cloud" roles listed further down? It is present in both instances.

3. DOCS - Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Enterprise User (Missing in paid instance, present in trial instance)
What is this new role and what does it provide access to?

4. DOCS - Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Standard User (Missing in paid instance, present in trial instance)
What is this new role and what does it provide access to?

5. DOCS - Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Visitor (Missing in paid instance, present in trial instance)
What is this new role and what does it provide access to?

Solution

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