Oracle Integrations Certifications

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Enablement and certification are key to cloud success. At the Oracle Learning Center partners can attend free on-line classes and certifications. Additional we offer the latest implementation exams ($245 or free vouchers) for:

· Oracle Integration Cloud 2022 Sales Specialist

· Oracle Integration Cloud 2022 Solution Engineer Specialist

· Oracle Cloud Platform Application Integration 2021 Specialist | 1Z0-1042-21

· SOA Modernization Overview

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter February 2022

Dear PaaS Partner Community

Every day we publish a blog post with the latest integration and process automation news. Subscribe to our blog to receive the updates. You want to share your best practices and success stories? Please send them via twitter #PaaSCommunity. We will like and retweet and promote them here in our monthly newsletter. Thanks for all your excellent contributions in 2021! Our top content last year:

· Blog post: Get started with your free Oracle Application Integration Learning Subscription and schedule your free certification exam!

· YouTube video: Chatbot introduction and hands-on Workshops with Oracle Digital Assistant part 1 of 4

· Tweet: ODTUG Kscope22 Abstract Submission is Open!

For the latest Oracle Integration Update and roadmap please register for the Partner Technical Forum, our annual conference for consultants, developers and architects. The goal is the update you on the last Oracle Cloud Platform services. You can choose between 9 tracks including Integration to connect SaaS and Conversational AI to build bots with Oracle Digital Assistant. The online conference will take place March 22nd, 23rd and 24th 2022.

To get started with Oracle integration we will offer 10 hands-on bootcamps in the next 5 months. Registration is open for the trainings in US & Canada, Asia, Brazil, EMEA and India. For additional workshops please visit our community website here (free membership required).

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Barrick Gold modernizes HCM with Oracle Integration – Webcast February 16th 2022 & SOA 2022 Modernization Overview & Oracle Hospitality from Reservation to Check In – Part I & Oracle Hospitality from Reservation to Check In – Part II & Build retry logic in Oracle Integration & OCI Anomaly Detection Service & OIC – Part I & Call VB Business Objects from Oracle Integration & Oracle Integration invoking OCI Functions (python) – Part 1 Creating the python function & Oracle Integration invoking OCI Functions (python) – Part 2 – Creating the OIC Integration Speed up your Accounting Closing Cycle with automated loading of Payable Invoices into Oracle ERP Cloud, using Oracle Integration Cloud & Using FlexDeploy with Oracle Integration Cloud A Customer Success Story & Book Birthday.

In the process & innovation section we published the getting Started with Oracle Process Cloud Service online course!

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The February edition highlights the Oracle Technical Forum and how Barrick Gold modernizes HCM with Integration. In this month’s community webcast Juan Carlos Gonzalez Carreroe & Thrasos Thrasyvoulou will present Multi-Cloud Integration between Oracle SaaS and MS Azure using Oracle Integration. Please join the PaaS Partner Community Webcast February 22nd 2022. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

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Synchronous versus Fire-and-Forget Process to Process Invocation by Jan Kettenis

imageIn the following article I explain why you should implement a Structured to Structured Process call as synchronous when you need that call to be recoverable in case of an issue.

To call a Structured Process (that is initiated by a Message Start event) from another one, there are 2 ways to do so (actually there are 3 if you count in the Micro Process feature but that is a variation of one of these, I suspect the first):

  • Using the /ic/api/process/v1/processes API
  • Using the WSDL of the called process

I typically do the latter, as I find it to be simpler than using the API because importing the WSDL involves an automatic import of the XSD schema containing the request definition. Copy & paste of the WSDL URL and you’re done and when the interface changes, all I have to do is re-import the schema (in contrast, when using the API I have to manually figure out the proper JSON sample).

However, whichever way you use both concern a web service based interface, which you can configure to invoke in one of two ways:

  • As Fire-and-Forget
  • As synchronous (request/response)

Question is which one to use? The answer is simple: use synchronous in case there is no callback and you want to be sure the invocation either succeeds or can be recovered when it fails. If you don’t care, use Fire-and-Forget. Read on to find out why.
First let me point out the Fire-and-Forget Enterprise Integration Pattern. As it will tell you, in case of Fire-and-Forget error handling is not possible and you would need some Guaranteed Delivery mechanism to prevent the risk of losing messages. Mind that web service based invocation is not message based (which would involve using a Message Channel and with that typically an Invalid Message Channel to capture bad messages). So, in case of Fire-and-Forget there will be the risk of running into a non-recoverable error (hence the conclusion). OIC has no "magic feature" supporting recovery from failed invocations to Fire-and-Forget web services. And mind you, this is consistent with the pattern. Read the complete article here.

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Partner Technical Community Forum 2022 Connect & Extend SaaS with Oracle Integration March 22nd – 25th 2022

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For the latest Oracle Integration Update and roadmap please register for the Partner Technical Forum, our annual conference for consultants, developers and architects. The goal is the update you on the last Oracle Cloud Platform services. Why should you attend?

  • The #PaaSForum is a must! Rob de Gouw, Darwin IT-Professionals
  • It’s better than going to OOW. José Rodrigues, Link Consulting
  • Excellent content & speakers to become a PaaS expert. Sanae Bekkar, Easyteam
  • Four days of amazing insight & info from the top Oracle talent not just from EMEA but globally. Phil Wilkins, Capgemini
  • One event you can’t miss if working on PaaS. Atul Kumar, K21 Academy
  • The partner community forum is the place to be! It’s a must for partners. James Neate, Capgemini
  • 3rd year attending and will be back. Mark Squires, BPI On Demand Ltd

Please join the Connect & Extend SaaS with Oracle Integration track as part of our Partner Technical Forum.

Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) offers Integration, Process Automation and Visual design capabilities that help business analysts and IT specialists to automate end-to-end business processes across departments. Oracle Integration Cloud offers a simple recipe to be successful in this application integration and process automation journey: Build, Integrate and Engage.

Agenda

March 22nd 2022 8:00-11:00 PST

8:00 Welcome & partner success – Jürgen Kress

8.15 Cloud Platform keynotes

9:15 Wrap-up and introduction breakout sessions

March 23rd 2022 8:00-11:00 PST

8:00 Welcome & introduction – Jürgen Kress

8:15 Next Generation Oracle Integration – Suhas Uliyar & team

9:15 Coffee break

9:30 Integrate SaaS (ERP, HCM, CX, 3rd party and custom applications) – Antony Reynolds & Niall Commiskey

11:00 Summery & wrap up day 1 – Jürgen Kress

March 24th 2022 8:00-11:00 PST

8:00 Welcome Day 2 – Jürgen Kress

8:05 Adapters & Accelerators & Recipes – Michael Meiner

9:00 Business Process Management – Arvind Venugopal

9:30 API Management – Robert Wunderlich

10:00 Coffee break

10:05 Data integration platform – Peter Inzana

10:30 Extend SaaS with Visual Builder – Shay Shmeltzer

11:00 Summery & wrap up – Jürgen Kress

March 25th 2022 8:00 – 11:00

Oracle Integration hands-on live labs, Nathan Angstadt & team

For details please visit the registration page here.

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Process Automation free hands-on lab on-demand

imageIn this lab, you’ll use the Process component of Oracle Integration (OIC) to build a process automation application Mama Maggy’s store managers use to enter order requests. Regional managers use the application to evaluate order requests from store managers. If the requests are approved, orders will be created in the ATP database using an imported integration. Estimated duration: 1-2 hours.

Lab Objectives

Upon completion of this Lab you will be able to:

  • Model an order submission and approval process using OIC’s Process Automation component;
  • Create a process application enabling store managers to submit requests and regional managers to approve/disapprove them;
  • Import a pre-built integration into the process model to add a new order to the ATP database. Access the training here.

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter January 2022

Dear PaaS Partner Community,

Happy New Year! Thanks for the excellent collaboration. Gartner named Integration as a key success factor in 2021. To accelerate digital transformation Gartner recommends CIOs to use an adaptive strategy, take a modern approach to integration of data and systems and scale the use of digital enables. Since June last year 900 consultants achieved the Oracle Application Integration 2021 Specialist. Due to the high demand the free offer was extended until the end of February 2022. Oracle Cloud Certification credentials are valid for a period of 18 months from the date you earn the credential. Don’t wait until all exams are booked out again – schedule your Oracle Integration certification today. To get started with Oracle integration we will offer 10 hands-on bootcamps in the next 5 months. Registration is open for the trainings in Asia, US & Canada and Europe Middle East & Africa. For registration please visit our community website here (free membership required).

Registration is open for the Partner Technical Forum, a one week conference for consultants, developers and architects. The goal is the update you on the last Oracle Cloud Platform services. Oracle Cloud Infrastructure has all the services you need to migrate, build, and run the IT of our joint customers. From existing enterprise workloads to new cloud native applications and data platforms. You can choose between 9 tracks including Integration to connect SaaS and Conversational AI to build bots with Oracle Digital Assistant.

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: Oracle Named a Leader in 2021 Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service for the Fifth Year in a Row & Quarterly Updates & Speed up your Accounting Closing Cycle with automated loading of Payable Invoices into Oracle ERP Cloud, using Oracle Integration Cloud & Build retry logic in Oracle Integration & November 2021 Oracle Integration Update, Salesforce and Jira Adapters Enhancements & Call VB Business Objects from Oracle Integration & Decouple complex flows into simplified multiple resource REST flow & November 2021 New Third Party Application & OIC: Bulk integration between HCM Oracle SaaS and Snowflake.

In the process & innovation section we published how to automate processes with Oracle Integration.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The January edition highlights the Hands-on Oracle Integration Bootcamps and the Oracle Integration Update. In this month’s community webcast Phil Wilkins and Dan Goerdt will present How London Heathrow Airport succeeded with FlexDeploy and Oracle Integration. Please join the Partner Community Webcast January 25th 2022 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @soaCommunity #PaaSCommunity. Visit the Community Website (membership required) for the latest Oracle Integration product information including sales kit, training and marketing material & slack channel!

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Get Started with Processes

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Look here for everything you need to know to start using Processes

Topics:

· Access Processes for Oracle Integration

· Learn About Processes

· Become Familiar with Process Language and Technology

· Learn About Roles for Processes

· Tour the My Tasks Page

· Tour the Process Applications Page

Start your process journey here.

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An Introduction to Jarvis Pizzeria! By Richard Olrichs

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So that is the team! In the time to come, we will start automating our pizza process with the help of Oracle PCS. One of the goals for this project is very selfish, we want to explore PCS and familiarize ourselves with the tool and technology. We joined effort to discuss our findings, ask questions and motivate each other. However, now it is also time to share our experiences with the Community. This will happen in a blog series on our sites as well as via implementation examples and presentations at Oracle related Events.
In essence we have cut the automated pizza process in a couple of separated, decoupled steps; the preparation, the payment & the delivery. Within these steps we will use several familiar techniques, like Human Tasks and Business Rules. We will compare the PCS options to their BPM counterpart and share our findings from a level of ‘MyFirstPcsProcess’ to a more in-depth analysis of the tool and product.
As you can see, our use case reflects upon the process, how PCS relates to BPM, how easy it is to implement a business process, the usage of gateways, business rules and other features we know from BPMN. As a result, our focus has been on Oracle PCS and Oracle PCS alone. This means our lessons learned will also be focussed on PCS and probably will not translate one on one to a real business case.
For example, we use the integration within PCS, to directly call REST and SOAP endpoints, while for a critical, core business system, it is wise to let this integration go through the Integration Cloud as abstraction layer from the process. We hope you enjoy our blog series, happy readings!

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Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter November 2021

Dear Partner Community

Oracle Named a Leader for Five Consecutive Years in Gartner® Magic Quadrant™ for Enterprise Integration Platform as a Service. Thanks to the partner community for your excellent support. System Integration partners implemented 8 of the 10 largest Oracle Integration customers. Successful customer projects drive Oracle cloud platform utilization. The Gartner report highlights the partner network and the widely available community support as a Strengths.

Until December 31st 2021 we offer free training & certification Oracle Application Integration 2021 Specialist Learning Subscription and exam ($245 value)! For details please visit the new community website (membership required).

Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: How to call the OCI AI Language Service from the Oracle Integration Cloud & Leveraging OCI AI Language Service from Oracle Integration & Are you getting most out of your Oracle Cloud subscription? & Field Level Encryption with Oracle Integration and OCI Vault & Send emails with the OCI Email Service and Node.js & Oracle Integration Cloud – Twilio Adapter for SMS and WhatsApp & FlexDeploy Loves OIC: Series Overview & Leveraging Grafana for OIC Metrics & Create a fixed-length file in Oracle Integration & Using OCI Logging for searching OIC Activity Stream Log & Process Excel files with OIC + Oracle Functions & Surfacing OIC Design Time audit logs in OCI Logging Analytics & Configuring OIC Notifications.

In the process & innovation section we highlight the first steps to build a workflow application.

For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The November edition highlights the free Oracle Digital Assistant certification & online training. In this month’s community webcast Luis Weir, Antonio Amado and Niall Commiskey will present how to connect Opera Hospitality with CX, ERP and custom application using an Oracle Integration adapter. Please join the Partner Community Webcast November 30th 2021. On-demand webcast recordings are available at the Oracle Video Hub.

Want to publish your best practice article & news in the next community newsletter? Please feel free to send it via Twitter @soaCommunity #PaaSCommunity.

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Embedding the Oracle OICS Process Workspace Application in an iFrame by Siming Mu

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Introduction

Oracle Process Cloud Workspace is a web application that a user uses to interact with human activities in BPMN processes. It is a stand-alone web application in Oracle Integration Cloud Service (OICS). In some use cases, customers want to embed the Workspace application in an iframe of their own web page. Out of box, this is not possible because all HTTP responses from the Workspace have an X-Frame-Options header set to "sameorigin". It does not allow browsers to embed response data into an iframe from a different domain.

This post demonstrates a work-around solution to this problem by using a proxy server. The idea is to use a proxy server (OHS or Apache) to  remove or modify the X-Frame-Options header from all responses from the Workspace.

Demo Environment

My demo environment, shown in the image below, includes an OHS server installed on localhost:7777. I have my OICS instance running on a VM. I have a simple test web page with an iframe installed on the OHS.

Check the Problem First

Let’s verify the problem exists first. The following two screen shots show the Workspace accessed directly without the proxy.

Now we create a simple web page "myworkspace.html" on our OHS instance. The page contains  an iframe that points directly to the Workspace. Read the complete article here.

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