Good Afternoon Oracle friends and cohorts!Carolina is contemplating starting a blog.
I am curious to know what platform you use if other than Oralce (WordPress, Tumblr etc.) and what you do and don't like. If you are using Oralce, please share.
I did some poking around in the Oracle help documentation, (which is exhausting to use), and typical requires a decent amount of time for a business user to land in all the right places to make a high level assessment, and found some articles about enabling the Blog functionality in the content repository....and thousands and thousands of other articles. I would sure like the "one pager" or the CliffsNotes that highlight front end management, back end capabilities, and level of effort to deploy.Thank you in advance for your time!Elaine
Heiko,Our intent for this engagment piece is to ultimately drive traffic to our website for content and products. That could mean a one-way arrangment or it could mean allowing outside posts, comments, ratings. We have not decided the best course of action yet. I suspect our decision will in part be pased on what is available, the cost, the implementation time and the maintenance time for both situations.
We could also go for the phased approach. Phase 1 would be carolina self post only for products and content that allows us to drive traffic to our main website. Phase 2, could be all else. The phased approach means we a scaleable solution.
Thank you very much for your thoughts and input!
we have implemented a headless CMS-System for one of our customers and integrated it with their Microsoft Dynamics.
This CMS is a basic package which is ready for integration and extending. It would easily be possible to integrate it with Oracle Commerce and also do the content management in BCC. The front end is based on AJAX.
It would fit into your current architecture.
I don't know if you will be in Austin, but we could discuss it there together with David or if this is too late, we can schedule a call.