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WCC 11g to 12C Migration / Up gradation ?

vj007
vj007 Member Posts: 7
edited Nov 10, 2017 12:30AM in WebCenter Content

Hi All,

One of my client want to move from WCC (11g)11.1.1.8 to (12c) 12.2.1.3.

I need your experties suggestion, shall i recommend Migration / Upgradation.

If possible please share any document as well.

Thanks in advance.

--Vj

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  • Vikram Yadav
    Vikram Yadav Member Posts: 132
    edited Nov 9, 2017 8:34AM

    I would say instead of upgrade if you can set up a fresh 12C environment and the migrate your configuration and content to new instance. It will be more clean and less error prone. Also you will have chances to get rid your unused configurations and customization.

    You should be able to find upgrade document on Oracle web site.

    Thanks,

    Vikram

    vj007
  • vj007
    vj007 Member Posts: 7
    edited Nov 9, 2017 9:20AM

    Hi Vikram,

    Thanks for your prompt response.

    --Vj

  • ManojC
    ManojC Member Posts: 538
    edited Nov 9, 2017 3:58PM

    Choosing between upgrade or migration will depend upon your current situation. You have to list down what are all the pros and cons between these two options. Let's say you don't have to upgrade your physical OS server box for the next few years then you can choose a in-place upgrade option instead of migration or you are planning to revisit the security model for contents to re-classify them again, In this case choose migration approach instead of upgrade.

    Since you are on the client side you should be having more visibility of what plans do they have, so put together some scenarios like this and take a call between upgrade or migration.

    As Vikram mentioned above I would also recommend a migration approach.

    You should be able to find documentation for 12c WCC here.

    Regards,

    Manoj

    vj007
  • vj007
    vj007 Member Posts: 7
    edited Nov 10, 2017 12:29AM

    Thanks Manoj for valuable information.

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