New WebCenter 11g Course Now Available

Many of our customers and partners have been asking for training on Oracle WebCenter. Here is the first one of the WebCenter training series. More to come, stay tuned…

Credit for writing this post and developing and rolling out the class goes to the WebCenter curriculum development team: Istvan Kiss the main developer of the course; Ellen Gravina and Christina Kolotouros.

The WebCenter Curriculum team has recently delivered the first WebCenter 11g course, Oracle WebCenter 11g: Introduction to Custom Applications, to Oracle University. Register now and be one of the first to attend!

This course introduces you to Oracle WebCenter’s components and teaches you how to add these components to any application to create content-rich, collaborative, customizable applications. You’ll start with an ADF application, then enhance it with features from WebCenter Framework, Composer, and Services. Using Oracle JDeveloper with the embedded WebCenter Framework extension, you learn how to add portlets, documents, discussion forums, tags, links, and search to the existing application. You also learn how to enable users to compose and edit WebCenter application pages at run time. Solving the practices results in a small, concise, feature-rich WebCenter application.

The class is offered as a Live Virtual Class (LVC). An LVC is similar to regular instructor-led training classes, except the participants are not located in the same physical place. No travel is necessary! You’ll interact via your Internet connection—you can hear each participant, interact with one another, and see live video of the instructor.


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