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Application roles

Cloud account administratorCloud account administrators perform the following actions in the Infrastructure Classic console:
  • Monitor and manage services for one or more cloud accounts.
  • Create new users.
  • Grant access to services by assigning roles.
  • Upgrade or cancel subscriptions.

See Overview of Administration Tasks for Cloud Accounts in Manage and monitor Oracle Cloud.

Cloud account administrators are set up when the account is created. You log into Oracle Cloud using your Oracle account and access the Infrastructure Classic console. If you need account administrator access, contact the primary account administrator. See more information about cloud account roles in Getting started with Oracle Cloud.

If you want cloud account administrators to use Oracle Content and Experience and change the service configuration, they must also be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role.

Service administrator (CECServiceAdministrator)

From the Oracle Content and Experience user interface Administration: System:

  • General: Here you can restrict file types and sizes, adjust branding, activate or deactivate notifications and set default values ​​for time zone, language and date / time format.
  • Security: Here you can set CORS origins and enable the display of embedded content from Oracle Content and Experience Cloud in other domains.
  • Billing: Set limits for billing metrics that you want to be notified when they are reached. These settings only apply when Oracle Content and Experience is running on Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI).
  • Users: Here you can manage users, set the default role for new folder members, synchronize user data, specify whether messages about membership in a conversation are displayed by default for users, override storage quotas for users, and transfer file ownership rights from unprovisioned users .
  • Assets: Here you can manage how many format variants can be saved for each asset and set the maximum size of video files.
  • Sites: Here you can enable site assets and access control options and install default site templates.
  • SEO for Sites: Here you can enable prerendering for sites and configure additional user agents.
  • Documents: Here you can set the standard quota for user storage as well as manage storage space and define the standard link behavior.
  • Conversations: Here you can restrict hashtags to prevent certain words from being used in the hashtag search. See Configuring Site Settings.
  • Metadata: Here you can manage metadata (custom properties) so that users can quickly categorize files and folders with additional descriptions.

Note: You also need the Oracle Content and Experience Cloud Enterprise User role for custom properties.

Use the Oracle Content and Experience UI to configure Administration: Integrations, integrations with Oracle Process Cloud Service, Oracle Eloqua Cloud Service, Oracle Visual Builder, Oracle Intelligent Advisor, Oracle Cobrowse Cloud Service, and custom applications.

Using the Oracle Content and Experience UI, analytics:

  • View service usage statistics, content metrics, and reports so you can better analyze system requirements or problems.
Service administrators must also be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role to use Oracle Content and Experience.Repository Administrator (CECRepositoryAdministrator)From the Oracle Content and Experience Administration page: Contents:
  • Create asset repositories
  • Create publishing channels
  • Create localization policies
  • Create content workflows and workflow roles
  • Create and publish taxonomies

Using the Oracle Content and Experience UI, analytics:

  • View assets and content metrics so you can better analyze system requirements or problems.
Repository administrators must also be assigned the Enterprise User role in order to use Oracle Content and Experience and access assets. A repository administrator is a user with the "manager" role for at least one repository.Content Administrator (CECContentAdministrator)From the Oracle Content and Experience Administration page: Contents:
  • Create new asset types and publish items
  • Create audience attributes
Content administrators must also be assigned the Enterprise User role to use Oracle Content and Experience and access assets.Capture Administrator (CECCaptureAdministrator)Via the Oracle Content and Experience Administration page: Collection:
  • Design and customize workflows or procedures for content capture. This enables physical and electronic documents to be processed in bulk for various business scenarios.
Procedure managers are usually given both the manager and user roles and can therefore configure procedures and test them in the client.Capture Client User (CECCaptureClient)Via the Oracle Content Capture Client:
  • Scan documents or import them into Oracle Content and Experience
 Site administrator (CECSitesAdministrator)

From the Oracle Content and Experience Sites page:

From the Oracle Content and Experience Developers page:

  • Create components
  • Create templates
  • Create themes
  • Configure the embedded user interface
When using site governance, site administrators provide users with approved templates for creating sites, approving site requests, and managing sites. This role is also applicable if the service administrator has configured Oracle Content and Experience so that only site administrators can create sites, templates, or components.

Site administrators must also be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role to use Oracle Content and Experience.

Developer (CECDeveloperUser)

From the Oracle Content and Experience Sites page, unless these features have been restricted to site administrators:

  • Create, edit, and publish sites.

From the Oracle Content and Experience Developer page, if these features have not been restricted to site administrators:

  • Create components
  • Create templates
  • Create themes
  • Configure the embedded user interface

From the Oracle Content and Experience UI Administration: Integrations:

Developers must also be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role to use Oracle Content and Experience. Developers with the standard user role can create components, themes, and standard templates. Developers with the Enterprise user role can also create layouts and save a site as a standard or company template.Enterprise user (CECEnterpriseUser)In Oracle Content and Experience, enterprise users have access to all collaboration and sites features that standard users can access:
  • Manage content (view, upload and edit documents)
  • Share content and sites with other users
  • Use conversations to collaborate (discuss topics, direct messages to specific people, assign flags to people, add notes to documents).
  • Manage groups.
  • Create, edit, and publish sites, unless this feature is restricted to site administrators.
  • View and interact with content items in sites.
  • Manage and view custom properties and edit values.

You also have access to assets:

  • Create and manage content items and digital assets
  • Create and manage collections
The users who actually need to use Oracle Content and Experience must be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role. These roles are not assigned to any user by default.

See Tasks and Features of Different Application Roles - Comparison.

Standard user (CECStandardUser)In Oracle Content and Experience, standard users have access to the collaboration and sites features:
  • Manage content (view, upload and edit documents)
  • Share content and sites with other users
  • Use conversations to collaborate (discuss topics, direct messages to specific people, assign flags to people, add notes to documents).
  • Manage groups.
  • Create, edit, and publish sites, unless this feature is restricted to site administrators.
  • View and interact with content items in sites.
  • Manage and view custom properties and edit values.
The users who actually need to use Oracle Content and Experience must be assigned the Standard User or Enterprise User role. These roles are not assigned to any user by default.

See Tasks and Features of Different Application Roles - Comparison.

Visitors (CECSitesVisitor)Access sites restricted to visitors.This role is applicable when a site can only be viewed by visitors. When this restriction is enabled, only users with this role can access the site. See Change site security to Build sites with Oracle Content and Experience.

No license is required for visitors.

External user (CECExternalUser)Reserved for future use.Do not use this role. Users assigned this role cannot use the Oracle Content and Experience user interface.CECIntegrationUserReserved for internal use.Do not use this role. Users assigned this role cannot use the Oracle Content and Experience user interface.