Oracle SOA Suite 12.2.1.4.0 QuickStart Download

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This page consolidates the download links for evaluating Oracle SOA Suite and includes only the Quick Start install for all platforms.

Visit the Oracle Fusion Middleware Download, Installation, and Configuration Readme Files and Installation for Oracle SOA and BPM Suite for an overview of the installation process and the Oracle Fusion Middleware Supported System Configurations for platform-specific information.

Follow the steps outlined in Installing Oracle SOA Suite and Business Process Management Suite Quick Start for Developers guide to set up a development or evaluation environment for Oracle SOA Suite, including Oracle Service Bus. Get SOA Suite 12c here.

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Call REST API in Service Bus 12.2.1.2 (JSON Request/Response) by Denis Velagic

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In this example we will create similar integration as in previous post and only difference will be that both Request and Response will be in JSON format. So let’s call it a typed REST service. We will call a REST API with JSON data format (parameters as input) and as a Response we will get JSON also. So, if you have a requirement to work with some RESTful API that works only with JSON data format you can do it easy in the Service Bus 12.2.1.2 version without converting to XSD. All data mapping can be done in JavaScript activity. JavaScript is not limited to REST services. We can use JavaScript in any service. Here we will call Weather data Rest API and retrieve some JSON information, and this is an example URL of this API. For more information on this API and how to use it you can visit Open Wheater site

Demo

We will create:

  • REST Proxy Service – where we will provide the parameter for the API call
  • Pipeline
  • REST Business service – actual call to the REST API. Read the complete article here.

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OIC for HCM – Data Extracts by Niall Commiskey

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This post is more a note for myself.
I need to demo HCM extract functionality via the OIC HCM adapter.
I have access to an HCM environment – but don’t have an extract to play with.
So I do the following – export one of the preseeded Extracts – Worker – and then import under a new name. As you can see, I added Delivery options – specifying Output Type – Data – so as to avoid having to
specify a Report(BI/Report) / Template Name.
Note: Delivery Type is set to WebCenter Content.
I also set the Integration Name to NiallCWorker – this is what I will specify when accessing the extract in OIC. Read the complete article here.

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PaaS Partner Success Video: Lonneke Dikmans, eProseed: Leveraging Oracle Cloud to realize a digital municipality

eProseed has created a participation app to increase the involvement of citizens in decisions made by municipalities. The solution consists of a mobile JET app for voting on topics and a backend to store the votes using Blockchain and OpenID Connect. For more information please visit the solution catalog.

Watch the video here.

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Integration: Heart of the Digital Economy Podcast Series – Moving Data to the Cloud and Autonomous Data Warehouse by Steve Quan

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Digital transformation is inevitable if want to thrive in today’s economy.  We’ve heard about how application and data integration play a central role in business transformations.  Since data has become a valuable commodity, integration plays a critical role in sharing data with applications in hybrid cloud environments or populating data lakes for analytics.  In these two podcasts you can learn how easy it is to seamlessly integrate data for these use cases.

  • Successful digital businesses rely on data warehouses for contextual information to identify customer intent and remain one-step ahead of competition.   With growing data volumes, you need to easily acquire and prepare data in the right format for business intelligence and analysis.  Listen to Integrating Data for Oracle and Autonomous Data Warehouse  and learn how easy it is to move and keep your data synchronized. Listen to the podcast here.

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API Caching with the Oracle API Platform by Phil Wilkins

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We have been developing some advanced custom API policies for a client and in the process picked up on a few insights that didn’t even make into the API book. One of these policies is to provide an optimization around caching of API calls. The rest of this blog will talk about the tricks we have specifically applied to link an API Gateway to a caching mechanism and why.

Before I go into the details, I’d like to thank the Oracle product management team and particularly Glenn Mi at Oracle for their support getting through the deeper undocumented elements of the capabilities of the API Platform SDK.

Caching Options

Caching comes in may forms, and is motivated by varying reasons and not always the wanting the same behaviours. When getting into the subject of caching it is surprising how polarised people’s view points can be about which cache strategies are correct. The following diagram illustrates the diversity of caches that could appear in an end to solution. Read the complete article here.

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Application services governance with API Platform in the GDPR compliance example by Milomir Vojvodic

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The European Union General Data Protection Regulation (“GDPR”) was intended to harmonize data protection laws across Europe and to strengthen individuals’ rights by giving people greater control over their personal information. The GDPR introduces a number of new obligations on controllers and processors and it imposes a range of stricter data protection requirements.

In a practical sense, organizations will have to work extensively to understand and be prepared for a variety of new responsibilities, including accountability, new personal data breach reporting obligations, and extended individuals’ rights.

As organizations face GDPR and continue to change processes and technical controls – it is important to consider how the concept of API management and Oracle’s products can help our customers with their GDPR compliance efforts. Read the complete article here.

 

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Oracle Integration Cloud UiPath Connector by Amy Simpson-Grange

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Oracle Integration Cloud (OIC) is an integration solution that simplifies connectivity between applications. It has 3 main components:

  • Integration Cloud Service (ICS) —> this is the one we will look at
  • Process Cloud Service (PCS)
  • Visual Builder Cloud Service (VBCS)

To find out a bit more information about OIC, visit the following link: https://docs.oracle.com/en/cloud/paas/integration-cloud-service/icsug/integrations.html

The purpose of this blog is to act as a follow on to my last post where we defined and connected a UiPath robot to UiPath Orchestrator (if you have not seen that yet then you can find it here: http://amysimpsongrange.com/uipath-creating-a-robot-in-orchestrator/)

This blog post will describe how you can use Oracle Integration Cloud’s built-in (!!!) connector to connect to your UiPath Orchestrator instance.

  • Log into your Oracle Integration Cloud service console and click “Integrations” on the left navigation pane. This will lead you to the Integration Cloud Service (ICS) component of OIC.
  • Once in ICS, select the “Connections” tab on the left navigation pane Read the complete article here.

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Rain or Shine, Oracle Integration Has You Covered free on-demand training

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Use integrations and Visual Builder to create a web application that lets you get the latest weather forecast for any city, state, or zip code. In this learning path, you’ll use Oracle Integration to build a web application that uses an integration to interact with a REST API to get the weather forecast. With Oracle Integration, you have the power to build applications and quickly design integrations that connect applications into a seamless unified solution. In this learning path, you’ll build a solution to enable your users to view weather forecast for a given location. You want users to be able to enter the zip code or the name of a location and view details like what’s the local time, temperature, wind speed, and humidity level in that location. Let’s say you want to build something like this: Access the free on-demand training here.

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Welcoming OpenAPI 3.0 to Apiary by Kyle

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I’m delighted to announce experimental support for OpenAPI 3.0 in Apiary. OpenAPI 3 is the new major version of the OpenAPI Specification, the successor to OpenAPI 2 (or formerly known as Swagger 2).

While we are not yet supporting all of the new features added OAS 3 such as callbacks and links , we’ve built a solid foundation of our parser which will allow us to incrementally roll out support for new features across our entire product line. Whether it be in our mock server, Dredd, our new documentation renderer or our API Style Guide product. Read the complete article here.

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