The url to access the spaces is as mentioned below.
Please note that deploying of Custom WebCenter Portal applications (Custom Portal or Producer Applications) to the pre-configured Managed Servers created during the installation (WC_Spaces, WC_Utilities, WC_Collaboration) or the domain Administration Server is not supported.
But you can create ADF taskflow and you can deploy in spaces as mentioned in below document.
How to Create a Task Flow in JDeveloper and Deploy to WebCenter Spaces (Doc ID 1362187.1)
Also,can you please elaborate your below statement to assist you better.
"what is the url for creating account in webcenter space?"
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My question is how to use webcenter space given by some third party people(Remotely not locally).
if any oracle people are providing the facility pls let me know the the url abt that webcenter sapce.
You can open WebCenter Portal(spaces) using the below url.
<host>:<port>refers to the host name and port number of the system where WebCenter Portal is installed. By default, WebCenter Portal is installed on port 8888.
U r not getting my point, i am not interested to configured webcenter space into my local system.
i want to use webcenter space given by oracle people, if oracle people are providing pls tel me , where can i find the url, How can i create the account, deploye my adf application into oracle webcenter space.
Can you please elaborate your below statement in order to assist you better.
if oracle people are providing pls tel me , where can i find the url, How can i create the account, deploye my adf application into oracle webcenter space.
My question is like, we have gmail service given by google ,we can access by using the url called " https://mail.google.com/" another example like
Blogger service given by google by using google url we can access those blogger sevices.
LIke this ,Is there any google server having configured the webcenter space.
if it is there , i want to deploy my application into that webcenter space.
Note : we people given suggestion for the rul called "http://host:port/webcenter"
I am expecting like "http://google.com/webcenter"
Yes,i understood your question and in general, you need to access your webcenter spaces as mentioned below and this is what i explained you in my previous update.
Here you need to replace hostname with your hostname and port number with the WC_Spaces server port.
If Oracle has done your installation,you can ask the Oracle team to get the urls to access the spaces.