Embedded Oracle Documents Cloud Service Web User Interfaces for folder contents and search results

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The Embedded Oracle Documents Cloud Service Web User Interface allows customers to embed the Oracle Documents Cloud Service experience everywhere people work. Oracle Documents Cloud Service puts content at the center of collaboration in any application.

The Embedded Web User Interface uses an HTML inline frame (IFRAME tag). It removes the default branding and resizes the content to fit the enclosing frame. Therefore, allowing customers and partners to integrate Oracle Documents Cloud Service into their own web applications.

The Embedded Oracle Documents Cloud Service Web User Interface allows users to work together on centralized content with document management features in a ready-to-use interface.

To embed the Documents Cloud Service user interface in an inline frame, add /embed to a link immediately after the /documents URL element.

An iframe element is of the form:

<iframe src=”URL” more attributes>

</iframe>

Inline frames appear inside the presentation of a page much the same way as images are: the browser allocates some space for an inline frame and takes this into account when rendering the page. An inline frame as a whole scrolls along with the rest of the page, so it might be scrolled away. Whether this is positive or negative depends on the aims and nature of the page. (An inline frame usually has its own internal scroll bar too, for scrolling its own content.)

Some navigational features for the Embedded Oracle Documents Cloud Service Web User Interface are:

  • The cloudDocuments_48x48 icon opens the user’s home page using the standard interface in a new tab or window, depending on the browser’s default setting.
  • The elements in the path are active links that open the associated folder in the current window using the embedded interface.
  • TheLaunch Full Site icon  opens the current folder using the standard interface in a new tab or window, depending on the browser’s default setting.

Find below a few examples:

Embedded Interfaces for Folder Browse
A folder is identified by a Folder ID. In the below example, the ID “F231C3E825CFEFE995BEAB52T0000DEFAULT00000000” corresponds to folder “Document Cloud Service”
https://documents.us.oracle.com/documents/embed/folder/F231C3E825CFEFE995BEAB52T0000DEFAULT00000000/_Document_Cloud_Service/nameasc

Embedded UI folder browse
Embedded Interfaces for Search Operations

Searching in the Oracle Document Cloud Service is case-insensitive. This means that performance will find the same results as Performance. An empty search finds all items. The not operator has higher precedence than the others, with and having lowest precedence. Search results sort options are by Last Updated, Name Ascending, and Name Descending.

Embedded Interfaces for “Standard” Search Operations

Search for “REST” and “API”. Use “and” or a “space”

https://documents.us.oracle.com/documents/embed/search/global/REST%20API/updated

Embedded UI search REST API

Embedded Interfaces for Search Inclusions and Exclusions

Search for “jpg” and DO NOT include “Mercedes”. Use “not” or the dash (-)

https://documents.us.oracle.com/documents/embed/search/global/jpg%20-Mercedes/updated

Embedded UI search pg -Mercedes

Embedded Interfaces for Search OR Operators

Search for either “bmw” OR “mercedes”. Use “or” or a “comma”

https://documents.us.oracle.com/documents/search/global/bmw,mercedes/updated

Embedded UI search BMW OR Mercedes

Favorites 

Direct access to a user’s favorites is provided through the Favorites Embededed UI

https://documents.us.oracle.com/documents/embed/favorites/nameasc

Embedded UI favorites

Please note that the embedded user interface adjusts the content to fit within windows as small as 320 pixels wide. Windows that are smaller than 320 pixels may hide content on the right edge of the window.

The Embedded Oracle Documents Cloud Service Web User Interface allows users to work together on centralized content with document management features in a ready-to-use interface.

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