Well, it looks like the list of metadata fields shown DOES adhere to the profile - perhaps we have to reconfigure the profiles.
The VCR_GET_CONTENT_TYPES and VCR_GET_CONTENT_TYPE services are called. For a profile called "Document" the URL
returns the proper profile.
Please let me know whether you have configured OHS with Oracle WebCenter Portal and Oracle Content Server (UCM)?
Noet that OHS is also required for Single-Sign On to function properly between Site Studio and WebCenter Content. If OHS is not configured, certain functionality will not be available, such as Document Manager document rendition support, advanced metadata edit, and the IFRAME functionality.
You have configured OHS with Oracle WebCenter Portal and Oracle Content Server (UCM).
If you configured SSO it will automatically redirect to Edit Advanced MetaData Page.if SSO not configured you need to Enter username/password for the same.
Please lets know if you need specific requirement.
Thanks, but that was not my question. Everything is set up and functioning correctly.
I am just wondering about the Advanced Metadata that is displayed (not the edit page, the document information page). What is the selection exactly based on? It doesnt't match the profile, nor does it show all metadata.
Can you please explain the issue with the help of some screen shots.
Good way to get the details would be to do more tracing on WCP and WCC , as follows :
1. WCC :
Navigate to System Audit Information - Tracing Sections - Active sections and clear the existing trace sections , add the following :
socketrequests,requestaudit,system + Full verbose trace
2. WCP :
Trace 32: Finest
With these 2 logging in place , run the same test case and then check the ucm server log , wcp diag log to see the exact service call along with the parameters used . That will give the exact details you are looking for. If this is still not helping , I will check on my test instances and let you know the details .
Hope this helps .
I am not used to being able to add inline screenshots here, but you are right. That will help illustrating the issue
Screenshots are mostly in Dutch, but I think you can get the idea. Below, see the metadata bit that is shown in the portal:
Observe the order of the advanced metadata fields.
This is the same document, but in the Content Server:
As you can see it is displayed in its profile, and the selection of metadata fields as well as its order is quite different!
The wwFldLibrary field is shown even though it should be hidden, the "Taal" field is not properly translated and for example "Vindplaats" and "Integriteit" are completely missing.
I will also look further into the trace, but as you know that can be quite time-consuming. That's how I found out Portal is probably calling the VCR_GET_CONTENT_TYPES and VCR_GET_CONTENT_TYPE services for this. But then the result still doesn't make sense to me.
I too tested with a Global rule to hide metadata and it works on CS but from Advanced Metadata , it does not .
The rule was to hide the content metadata from content information page .
Please confirm me the version of WCP you are using and it looks like Fields hidden in a UCM Content Server profile are visible in Documents Advanced Properties viewer.
Similar issue is addressed in below document and it says that the issue is fixed in 22.214.171.124.0
More Metadata Displayed In Spaces Than Specified In The UCM Profile Of The Uploaded Document (Doc ID 1345830.1)
We are using the latest 126.96.36.199.0 version with BP4. WCC is also 188.8.131.52.0 with the latest MLR patch.
One last update: it turns out the list of metadata shown adheres to the profile for the 'Search' action. So if you configure your rules properly (and with side effects if required) you can get the set of metadata you need.