Is it possible to host html web pages on beehive online? We have a reporting tool that produces html pages in a self contained directory structure that we share with our customers monthly - we send them the tar ball of the pages. Ideally this would be hosted on a secure oracle customer facing site - like beehive online, where we can control access to the reports.
If beehive does not do this, is there another tool that we could look at.
yes, this is easy to do - upload the structure and as long as they are relative locations the page will render fine. You then send the start page location to the users and the page will render If you put an index.html in a directory you can just use the drirectory and the index.html will be the default file and make the directory into a web page.
Is there an easy way of uploading web pages? We have a report that has many hundreds of pages (between 5 - 50+ MB) depending on the customer, which we'd like to upload every month. I've used beehive extensions for explorer, but this takes many hours to upload, is there a way we can get this done quicker or automate it some way.
Is there a way to mount a dir from our internal unix system that produces the reports so we can download them automatically?
Bulk uploads are an issue for some clients and we recommend webDAV - either accesses from the Windows Explorer or from the UCM Desktop Integration Server - available for internal users on mydesktop. Alternatively we have the FTPS protocol available and that can copy large volumes with ease. The client can be a bit picky and we have found not all clients can connect successfully - On a linux system I don't know if any clients but we do have a java program that can transfer files to BOL successfully. It is set up as a servlet at the moment but the code could be placed in a command line callable utility to allow you to copy the files as they are created on the system. The zip file of the Jdev 10.3.5 code is available here for download: https://beehiveonline.oracle.com/FTPTest.zip
If the file is uploaded using ftps type textual, beehive assigns it the "Type Document: text", while if the file is uploaded using the ftps type binary beehive assigns it "Type Document: application/octet-stream". Is there a mechanism to assign the file to correct type, such as "Type Document: text/html" which is what happens when using the web front end?
If the client cannot set the mime type other than having text or binary then Beehive has little chance of distinguishing the mime-type from the input stream. Normally the externsion allows the content to be associated with a program as it is diownloaded and opened - what is the problem you are trying to solve?
I'm trying to put an HTML face on a Beehive Online site for use in collaborating with a customer. I read the note on the placement of the index.html file on the "Beehive as a CMS/Web server" page of the BeehiveOnline "How to..." page.
However, I keep getting the beehive frame with an "Entity Not Found" in the main document area. The HowTo... description suggests a URL of:
Using .../teamcollab/libary/... I get the "Entity Not Found" or "Resource Not Found" error.
However, if I use:
then it renders the index.html in the "mywebsite" directory as a webpage.
Is there anything inappropriate about using .../content/dav/Oracle... instead of the suggested URL?
Looks like I put in the wrong URl for this version of Beehive. I tested it under an earlier version and it worked OK but I now find this is not working with the ../teamcollab/library/.. link and will only work with the ../content/dav/Oracle/.. in there.
I will change the doc and apologies for the mixup.