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Oracle WebCenter 11g Handbook by Philipp Weckerle, Frédéric Desbiens, Peter Moskovits

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CHAPTER 10Setting Up Your Development Environment for Success

As you have seen in the previous chapters, the toolbox offered to developers by Oracle WebCenter 11g is quite extensive. This was to be expected. Oracle WebCenter’s ultimate goal is to enable the creation of rich composite web applications; customization and service orientation were two of its key design principles. The various services offered by the product come either as Java Enterprise Edition (JEE) web applications or, in Oracle Content Server’s case, as a Java executable wrapped in an operating system–specific service. To work effectively on such composite applications, project teams will need to share code and customizations. They will also require access to private service ...

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