Oracle has announced the availability of Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g, a comprehensive, integrated and high-performance content management solution.
Oracle Universal Content Management 11g is a unified Web content management, document management and digital asset management platform with built-in retention management.
A component of Oracle Fusion Middleware, Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g consists of Oracle Universal Content Management 11g and Oracle Universal Records Management 11g, which are available today, and Oracle Imaging and Process Management 11g and Oracle Information Rights Management 11g, which were announced in February 2010.
Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g is built on a unified content repository and provides an easy-to-use, end-to-end solution covering imaging and Web, document and records management that build on Oracle’s solution for Enterprise Application Documents through pre-integration with business processes, business applications and desktop productivity tools.
The Oracle Enterprise Content Management Suite 11g unified repository can support high-volume content ingestion applications, such as invoice processing, and high-volume content delivery applications, such as e-commerce sites.
The suite simplifies deployment and enhances functionality through a universal installer and pre-integration with Oracle Enterprise Manager 11g, Oracle Applications and several components of Oracle Fusion Middleware. It is also built to run on Oracle Database 11g to take advantage of Oracle’s industry-leading database security, partitioning, scalability and compression.
Next-generation desktop integration increases efficiency through access to workflow information and saved searches via Microsoft Windows Explorer, as well as offering the ability to edit managed content, compare managed documents and insert managed links directly from Microsoft Office.
Open Web content management is a new approach to integrating Web content authoring, design and presentation capabilities into a broad range of Web sites; portals, including Oracle WebLogic Portal; and Web applications. Among the new features are servlets and tag libraries for content management services enable Web developers to add Web content management to new and existing JavaServer Pages (JSP), JavaServer Faces (JSF) and Oracle Application Development Framework (ADF) Faces applications