Thursday, July 17, 2008

The future of Verity with Content Server

With any new downloads of Content Server, you will find that it no longer contains the Verity search solution. With Oracle's purchase of Stellent, it has offered many advantages for customers. This being another one! Now with Content Server, you will find a special build of Oracle Secure Enterprise Search (SES) especially for Content Server. This technology replaces Verity as the enterprise search solution for Oracle's Content Management solution.

Oracle's SES offers many advantages over Verity, but one of the key advantages that customers will applaud is the fact they will never need to rebuild their search index again! When you add a metadata field, it's indexed quickly instead of going through the rebuild process.

Oracle will continue to support customers that currently use Verity, however it is highly recommended that customers explore this new technology for their environments.

For more information about Oracle's SES solution, see the following site:

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