Raytion Oracle WebLogic Portal Connector
The Raytion Oracle WebLogic Portal Connector continuously indexes most recent content from WebLogic Portal for your search application. Whether it is a company-wide enterprise search solution or a local site search, our connector fosters adaptation. In fact, it also advances knowledge sharing, customer satisfaction and conversion rates.
Why should you index Oracle WebLogic Portal into your Search?
Leverage the power of full-text search by indexing the content from Oracle WebLogic Portal for your search applications. Seize the opportunity of flawlessly accessing and exploring all pages and attachments published by WebLogic Portal.
Simplified onboarding, shared knowledge and immediate information access are benefits of a seamless enterprise search – just like quicker access to essential pages, which is facilitated by intelligent Search-as-you-Type completions.
You will profit from building your site search based on WebLogic Portal content in various ways: lighten the digital customer experience, put foward essential information or direct your visitors to significant sites. Conversion rates will boost through a user-driven search design, which includes all relevant content from the portal.
- Supports Oracle WebLogic Portal 11 and 12
- Indexes pages, attachments
- Indexes comprehensive sets of metadata associated with WebLogic Portal’s document types
- Indexes new and changed content in near real time.
- Fully supports WebLogic Portal’s permission model and the built-in user and group management as well as the associated directory services
- Offers a scope of several ten million documents
At one international research-driven pharmaceutical comapny our Raytion Oracle WebLogic Portal Connector was used to index their intranet-based Oracle WebLogic Portal content. Hence, this content is made available for their enterprise search platform.
With an accessible search box on every page of the intranet users can find information across all relevant information systems. By using search, the same relevancy model is applied to all information regardless of the system it resides in.