Overview of Oracle Content Management
Oracle content management Software Development Kit is a robust and scalable run-time and development platform that enables development of content-oriented applications. The Oracle content management Software Development Kit provides a rich set of Java Application Programming Interfaces that supports the content management lifecycle which includes creation, management, delivery, and archival of content. Some of the content management capabilities of Oracle content management Software Development Kit include folders, versioning, security, check-in/check-out, workflow, search and retrieval, and extensible metadata.
Oracle content management Software Development Kit formerly known as Oracle Internet File System, allows access to your content with your favorite productivity tools through a wide range of protocol servers which include FTP, SMB/NTFS, HTTP/WebDAV, NFS, AFP, IMAP4, and SMTP. Developers can also create custom/proprietary protocol servers. Oracle content management Software Development Kit is fully integrated with application programming interface products such as Oracle Text, Oracle Workflow, Oracle interMedia, and Oracle Advanced Queuing. In addition, the Oracle content management Software Development Kit is integrated with Oracle platform infrastructure products such as Oracle Internet Directory.
The Oracle content management Software Development Kit provides an out-of-the-box content management and collaboration application named Oracle Files. This application provides a reliable, scalable, and secure place to store all your content, by leveraging the power of the Oracle Database and Application Server. Organizations can consolidate all their scattered file servers into a single, manageable repository using Oracle Files. In addition, Oracle Files provide users with similar experience of a file server, along with support for their preferred tools and forms of access. The enterprise collaboration features of Oracle Files provide some easy to use additional capabilities that enable users to move all their files to the new system.
As content from dozens, hundreds, or thousands of file servers can be moved into a single Oracle content management Software Development Kit application instance, the amount of money spent on hardware and software is greatly reduced. Only fewer people are required to administer the single file server and so the rest of the IT staff can focus on other projects. This consolidation also simplifies the process of managing and securing your content. Features such as folder or document level security, categorization, and versioning in Oracle content management Software Development Kit enable enterprise-scale collaboration.
Most of the features of Oracle content management Software Development Kit match the requirements to get a scalable content management solution such as document management or knowledge management, that are needed by most customers. As a result, the Oracle content management Software Development Kit provides a cost-effective platform for custom-built solutions or packaged applications. In addition, the Oracle content management Software Development Kit provides all the components needed to build custom, content-oriented, and enterprise-level application to meet the specific business requirements of customers.
content management Software Development Kit changes the way you do business
by providing a single file repository for everyone. This makes the managing
of documents simpler, as users have a standard way to secure and share
their files. In addition, the Oracle content management Software Development
Kit improves productivity as the time spent on searching for the right
content, lost files, and duplicate copies of files is greatly reduced.
You can develop your own Servers, Agents, and Web-based user interface
using the Oracle content management Software Development Kit, to manage
your content according to the rules of your organization and the needs
of your business. The Oracle content management Software Development Kit
provides standard protocols to access the file server from different clients
which include Windows, Macintosh, or UNIX clients. This ensures that the
users can access their files using browser software such as Internet Explorer
without the need for installing any additional software and also from
productivity applications such as Microsoft Office.
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