In our project we have created a building web site developed in Oracle UCM. In the web site pages we have the content in a word document. We are facing a problem described below -
<p></p> For every dynamic conversion (conversion from word document to html) it is adding <html>,<head> and <body> tags automatically at runtime. So if we have a two or three word documents per page then at the time of conversion at runtime it adds those tags for every conversion.
In a page we end up with having 3-4 html, head and body tags which ideally should be 1 per page.
The above problem is creating a very bad quality factor when we test with a web site checker tool.
A view source of a page having multiple html tags looks like below -
<meta http-equiv="Content-Type" content="text/html; charset=UTF-8">
<meta name="GENERATOR" content="Stellent Dynamic Converter 10gR3(10.1.3.3.1)">
<body><a name="TopOfPage"> </a>
<!-- TRANSIT - INFOBEFORE -->
I need help urgently.... please can anyone help me out ........??
We have the same issue. Did you, or anyone else happen to have a solution for this? I can think of workarounds using iframes or filtering the data stream from UCM, but neither are very attractive options.
Replying to myself, but there is something interesting in the Idoc reference about "IsFragmentOnly" triggering dynamic conversion to leave off the <html>, <head> and <body> tags.
This would be helpful, except we're using the ContentIntegrationSuite (CIS) to retrieve documents, and I haven't yet found the analog of that variable in the Javadocs yet. There must be some way of passing this to the converter, but nothing appears obvious yet.