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Correct me if I am wrong, but are you referring to company specific UPK content and Oracle Pre-Built content, and the mergning thereof?
I have just implemented EBS pre-built content at a client, and it can most certainly "live" with customised content. The two, however, are published as separate entities. I am not too sure on the functional side, but you may be able to copy a frame from your "custom" company-specific content, and paste the frame in the pre-built content. You may have a few data mis-alignments, but hopefully it will work for you.
What I would do, is rather only publish Pre-built content (made available to users) where no customisations on the system exist.
Where the customisations do exist, I would then publish those specific modules.
So your final published output may be the following (example EBS iProcurement output):
1. Maintain Catalog Content (Oracle Pre-built)
2. Manage Product Presentation (Oracle Pre-Built)
3. Joyce's Guide to searching and Browsing (Company Specific / Customised Content)
4. Performing Basic Shopping (Oracle Pre-Built)
In this way, you may avoid re-working many modules. This is the one problem with pre-built content... it becomes difficult to use in a highly customised environment unless there is a dedicated resource that can modify it accordingly.
I hope this all helps!