Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter October 2021

Dear Partner Community

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For details please visit the new community website (membership required). The page includes the latest newsletter, upcoming trainings & webcasts, monthly YouTube Update and the Slack channel. Content is organized in sales, marketing and enablement categories. Visit the community website here!

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming & OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming Part 2 & OIC Pub/Sub with OCI Streaming Part 3 & Ways to download connectivity agent Oracle Integration & Restricting access to OIC instances & Installing OIC Connectivity Agent on OCI Compute & Free Webinar: CI and CD for Oracle SOA and OIC.

In the process & innovation section we highlight the Jarvis Pizzeria article series from Richard & team.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The October edition highlights the free certification & learning subscription and the Hands-on conversational AI training. In this month’s community webcast Grant Ronald will present how to build an awesome digital assistant experience. Please join the Partner Community Webcast October 26th 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

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Use Oracle Integration to Add Attachments to a Process Instance by Bogdan Eremia

imageThe other day it came to my attention that it’s not really straightforward to add attachments to an Oracle Process Instance using the REST API.

One reason for this is that it requires multipart/mixed media type for the request body message format, and producing this kind format is not so common for JavaScript clients. The JS clients are more used to working with multipart/form-data, the de-facto standard for form-based file upload in HTML.

One way of overcoming this is to use Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) between the JS client and Process REST API. OIC has a REST Technology Adapter that supports sending/receiving attachments in both multipart/mixed and multipart/form-data media types. The goal is to shape in OIC a REST interface that accepts multipart/form-data, to do a translation into multipart/mixed (alongside with other transformations/actions if required) and to call the Process REST API. Below are the main steps for achieving this.

1. Create a REST Connection in OIC for Process REST API.

Go to OIC Homepage > Designer > Connections to create a new connection by selecting the REST Adapter. Read the complete article here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter September 2021

Dear Partner Community

It is time for the August quarterly update to Oracle Integration. With Summer in the Northern Hemisphere, we are excited publish the latest edition of the quarterly integration customer newsletter. This newsletter is distributed to OIC customers & prospects around the world. Read the Summer Edition 2021 here and subscribe to the newsletter here. It’s your opportunity to share your success stories and events with the Oracle customer base, message us via LinkedIn or twitter using hashtag #OracleIntegration.

For an Oracle Integration overview watch the Oracle Integration Cloud 2022 Sales Specialist online learning path. Want to become an Integration expert? Attend our upcoming hands-on virtual integration trainings. Registration is open for EMEA October 2021, US & Canada October 2021, Asia September 2021 and South America September 2021. Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Integration Cloud or SOA Suite? & Create Free Trial OIC Instance for one Month | Oracle Integration Cloud & Basic Knowledge About Oracle Integration Cloud Service | Oracle Integration Cloud Tutorial & Migrate Your Oracle Integration Cloud Classic Services to Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) & Oracle Digital Assistant – Backend Integration with the Oracle Integration Cloud & Oracle Assistant for OIC & OIC Integration Lifecycle Using REST Endpoints & OIC Scheduling for End of Month style processes – Tip #11 & OIC and Blue Prism RPA & OIC & Blue Prism part 2 & Business Identifiers in Oracle Integration & OIC Activity Stream to OCI Log analytics & Ways to download connectivity agent Oracle Integration & Leverage Oracle MySQL Database Service (MDS) with Oracle Integration Cloud & Convert JSON to String Oracle Integration & Tips and Tricks for handling numbers in BPEL or OIC & Free Webinar: CI and CD for Oracle SOA and OIC & Use Oracle Integration to Connect E-Business Suite with Financials Cloud & CI/CD for Oracle Integrations with Visual Builder Studio & Updating SOA Polling Frequency through WLST.

In the process & innovation section Mani explains how to extend HCM Cloud with workflow processes and Siming how to embed a process workspace application.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The September edition highlights marketing resources for partners to promote Your service offerings and run join campaigns. In this month’s community webcast David Bain will present how innovate PeopleSoft with an Intelligent Chat Assistant. Please join the Partner Community Webcast September 28th 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

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Insight Mapping Improvements by Santhosh Kumar

imageAs part of the Oracle Integration May 2021 release, the Insight mapping experience has been updated to improve usability.

These improvements are intended to achieve:
– Consistent presentation of models and milestones in the Insight model editor and in the mapping UI in Integrations.
– Model editing while mapping it to an integration.
– Efficiency by reducing the need for context switching during the mapping process. When switching is necessary, it is now more context-driven (thus reducing the number of mouse clicks required). Read the complete article here.

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Alerts and Notifications in Integration Insight by Sandhya Lakshmi Gopalan

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With the May 2021 quarterly release of Oracle Integration, you can configure email notifications in Integration Insight to alert recipients when a milestone is passed or not passed, or when an indicator is assigned a specific value.

What is an Alert?

An alert is an indication that a particular event (or series of events) has occurred, or that an expected event has not occurred within a defined timeframe.

The May 2021 release allows the definition of three types of alerts:

1. Alerts based on the value of an Indicator, e.g "Order amount > $10,000".

2. Alerts based on business transactions passing a specific milestone, e.g. milestone "Order Returned" was passed because the order has been returned.

3. Alerts when a milestone is not passed within a specified timeframe. e.g. "Order Shipped" milestone is not passed within 2 days after "Order Confirmed".

Alerts in Insight are configured as part of the Insight model as shown below: Read the complete article here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter August 2021

Dear Partner Community

Congratulations to your success and thanks for the great collaboration in the last fiscal year. To accelerate growth the summarized the steps to success:

It’s summer and time for the August 2021 Oracle Integration Update. Join our September 16th webcast for details please subscribe to the quarterly customer newsletter. Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Authenticating Oracle Integration flows using OAuth token from 3rd party provider & Oracle HCM Cloud – Payroll Sync with the Oracle Integration Cloud & Oracle Integration Message Packs and Pricing & Connecting securely from Oracle Integration to Autonomous database using network access list & Improving the performance of Oracle Integration flows that use REST calls & Using REST APIs to manage Connections in OIC & Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) & octet-stream MIME-type & Use Oracle Integration to connect E-Business Suite with SOA to Financials Cloud & Logging Analytics for OIC & OIC and Logging Analytics – steps towards fleet management & OIC Monitoring and Logging Analytics – more steps towards Fleet Management & OIC Monitoring and Logging Analytics – adding Business Data to Dashboards & Enable Business Events for Payables Business Events/Payments in Oracle Fusion Finance Cloud & Business Identifiers in Oracle Integration & OIC: How to perform FBDI GL File Upload & Database Xpath-extension Functions in SOA 12.

In the process & innovation section Jan discusses how Granular Should My Microprocesses Be? Many document require an approval process, use Oracle Integration to Add Attachments to a Process Instance.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The August edition highlights the on-demand launch webcasts and the Integration & Digital Assistant sales kits. In this month’s community webcast Michael Meiner will present how to connect and extend your applications and systems using pre-builts from Oracle Integration. Please join the Partner Community Webcast August 31st 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

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To read the newsletter please visit www.bit.ly/PaaSNewsAugust2021

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Integration Insight for Process automation by Sandhya Lakshmi Gopalan

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As part of the May 2021 release of Oracle Integration , we have added a new capability which will enable to map Insight to Process applications. This feature will facilitate business users to gain real time visibility of their process applications too.

Often business processes span across multiple process and integration flows. With this feature , you can create an insight model which can be mapped across both the integration and process flows.

First, create an  insight model aligning to your business process and activate it.

For example: Let us consider a travel approval business process. This process involves a couple of milestones , indicators and identifier as shown below. Read the complete article here.

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Process Automation with Process Cloud Service (PCS) – Part 5 – (Publish & Activate) by Daniel Teixeira

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This is the final post in the process of creating an automated process workflow using the Process Cloud Service. Here I will Publish & Activate the process created before (check Part1, Part2, Part3 and Part4).

Publish Process

The Publishing of a process makes those changes available. Thing of this as pushing your changes in a CI/CD world. We cannot Activate a process before Publishing it. Any subsequent change to the process will need to be published (saving it does not make it available to other participants)

The process can be published with the top right button Publish.

Activate Process

Once we published our process it can activated. You can choose which version to activate – in this case the Last Published Version is also the only available version! Read the complete article here

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Connect, Innovate & Extend SaaS Partner Launch Webcast on-demand

imageWant to increase the Oracle Cloud business? Create new service offerings for Oracle SaaS solution based on the Oracle Cloud Platform? Watch this webcast with Suhas Uliyar, Vice President Oracle Product Management.
SaaS solutions like HCM, CX and ERP Cloud need to be integrated and customized:

· Oracle Integration connects SaaS solutions with out of the box adapters.

· Oracle Digital Assistant innovates SaaS solutions with pre-build chatbots.

· Oracle Process and Visual Builder extends SaaS solutions with customized UIs and workflows.

Speaker: Suhas Uliyar Vice President Product Management Digital Assistant, AI & Integration Oracle HQ

Watch on-demand here.

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Extend Process Automation UI Components to JET-Based Applications by Arvind Venugopal, Rameshkumar

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With the May release, Process UI snippets are now available as Oracle JET (JavaScript Extension Toolkit) composite components for embedding in self-service applications, services, or portals. A JET composite component, similar to a standard web component, allows you to define and use custom DOM (Document Object Model) elements.

Using these components, you can easily incorporate standalone Process UI modules into multiple JET-based applications. Let’s look at how you can extend the Process UI, employing composite components, in the following scenarios.

  • Import a Process Composite Component into Visual Builder
  • Embed a Process Composite Component in a Web Application

Import a Process Composite Component into Visual Builder

You can make Process UI composite components available in Oracle Visual Builder and use these components, along with other Visual Builder components, to create custom enterprise, web, or mobile applications.

Use the procedure detailed here to make a Process composite component available in Oracle Visual Builder. In this example, we’ll add the Task List component into Visual Builder. Read the complete article here.

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