Problem: After using the Capture client to connect to both WebCenter Enterprise Capture 220.127.116.11 and 18.104.22.168 environments an error message is shown ‘Unable to cache bundle file’ on the client. If you select okay you can continue to use the capture client. Solution: Whenever the caching error is reported in the Capture client, it denotes [...]
About Andrew BlackmanSenior Certified Oracle WebCenter Consultant with 15 years experience with Oracle Fusion Middleware Applications.
Oracle WebCenter Enterprise Capture is an enterprise-class imaging platform. One of the incredible features is that it can integrate with Oracle Content and Experience Cloud. This enables teams to create and collaborate on content as well as build rich web experiences. Both internal and external teams can work together effectively to streamline content operations. Collaboration [...]
Image conversion is an important feature within the WebCenter Content Inbound Refinery. This functionality is achieved by enabling the Digital Asset Management Component. This component provides the necessary libraries to convert between image formats and adds options such as watermarking and text assignment. In order to enable the Digital Asset Management features first we need [...]
Inbound refinery is one of the key components of the WebCenter Content suite. It enables users to convert a wide variety of document based file formats to PDF. For WebCenter Content this is highly desired functionality as it ensures that Microsoft Office based content items are able to be rendered directly in the browser when [...]
There are many different scenarios where date arithmetic operations can be useful for making calculations in Oracle WebCenter Content metadata fields. An example of this kind of requirement would be: A custom metadata field ‘Review Date’ should be set to a date 10 days after the content item release date. In this case, date values [...]