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There is no table to store such informations . Yo may create custom metadata filed for documents to have it.
You would have to, as Kuba said, create a custom metadata field to hold this value.
Then, you would need to create a custom component, which has a checkin filter, that uses a library (such as iText) to grab the number of pages and put this in the metadata field.
If you can wait a few days, I might be able to create a component that does this for you.
I already uploaded more than 200 K document, and each document contains 3 to 6 pages...
I am uploading the document through Oracle Document capture...
So this means that i have to count the number of pages manually ?
If you are uploading documents through ODC, based on what components you have configured, you can get this info @pages imported, pages committed, contents committed, pages failed in the ODC database tables ecAudit and ecBatches.
Ive recently blogged about the various status values in ODC db here >
Feel free to ask any further questions on the same.
Sorry for the long delay.
I was finally able to get this component coded and tested. More information can be found here: http://www.mythics.com/blog/pdf-page-numbers-in-webcenter-content