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How to post Oracle UPK content to Sharepoint 2007

Posted By:      Posted Date: October 12, 2010    Points: 0   Category :SharePoint
We are generating training materials in Oracle UPK.  We have tried several different ways to deploy the content to Sharepoint 2007.  We can get the program to load however, the index the blank.  We have tried publishing in many different formats but, the closest we get is when the files are stored on a file server and a link is on the web site - still get the blank index. 

Does anyone have any ideas?

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