Amazon Selling Partner Adapter for Oracle Integration by Michael Meiner

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Introduction

Oracle Integration (OIC) adapters enable connectivity to applications. We continue to focus on broadening  our portfolio of application adapters, thereby enabling our customers to satisfy a wider set of business use cases in their application ecosystem.

We are pleased to announce the availability of the Amazon Selling Partner Adapter! For our May release, this is a limited availability feature. We expect to release as part of the out-of-the-box adapters in the near future.

This adapter is targeted at businesses that sell products in the Amazon store, enabling such businesses to integrate their Amazon store with other applications in their ecosystem.

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter has been built in collaboration between Oracle and Amazon. There will shortly be a listing in the Amazon Marketplace Appstore in Seller Central announcing limited availability of the adapter.

Integration Usecases

The Amazon Selling Partner Adapter provides the ability for Oracle Integration (OIC) to integrate with your Amazon Seller account, including:

  • Catalog Items
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Eligibility
  • Fulfillment by Amazon (FBA) Inventory
  • Orders
  • Merchant Fulfillment
  • Finances

You can create integration flows with the Amazon Selling Partner adapter such as to connect your Amazon Seller account with an ERP system. OIC has adapters to a number of ERP systems, including of course Oracle ERP. Integration flows may include:

  • Items created in ERP trigger integration to create the item in Amazon account
  • Orders placed on Amazon are captured on scheduled basis by integration to create sales order(s) in ERP
  • Inventory updates in ERP trigger integration to upgrade inventory in Amazon account read the complete article here.

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    Help! I can’t find my OIC instances anymore by Simone Geib

    imageThis is something I mainly hear from customers whose OIC instances have just been upgraded to Gen 2, and they don’t have much experience with the OCI console yet.

    The remedy is pretty simple though, once you know what to pay attention to.

    After logging into your OCI console, using a URL similar to this – depending on your home region – https://console.us-ashburn-1.oraclecloud.com/, select Developer Services -> Application -> Integration in the new simplified OCI menu (see Announcing Improved Navigation for the OCI Console).

    If your OIC instances are in your selected region and in the root compartment, you will see them right away. If that is not the case, check the selected region on the top right:

    Your home region may be Ashburn, but some of your instances may be in Phoenix or Toronto. This is not something you had to pay attention to in Gen 1, but in the OCI console, you will only see instances in the selected region.

    Select the correct region from the drop-down list: Read the complete article here.

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    Oracle Integration Latest Features by Antony Reynolds

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    This page will be updated with links to our regular Oracle Integration new feature announcements. You can bookmark this site so that you never have to search to find out what new features are coming.

    12 Months of New Features

    Release

    Blog

    May 2021

    May 2021 Oracle Integration Update

    February 2021

    February 2021 Oracle Integration Update

    November 2020

    November 2020 Update

    August 2020

    August 2020 Update & New Release Cycle

    June 2020

    Big Changes are Afoot

    Visit the overview page here.

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    How to connect your B2B ecosystem using Oracle Integration – Partner Community Webcast July 27th 2021

    Arvind VenugopalLearn more about the B2B capabilities in Oracle Integration which now enables you to combine Application and Multi Enterprise Integrations with the same platform. We will walk through an overview of B2B Integration followed by a demo of an end to end Integration that showcases these capabilities.

    Speaker: Arvind Venugopal

    Schedule: July 27th 2021 16:30-17:30 CET (Berlin time)

    For details please visit the registration page here.

    Take the opportunity to watch our community webcasts on-demand:

    · Oracle Visual Builder What’s New

    · Identity Propagation call from Integration Cloud to Oracle SaaS Applications

    · Connect Opera with Oracle SaaS

    · Extreme Scalability and Enhanced Resilience for OIC

    · SOA Modernization

    · Cloud Native and Serverless SaaS Extensions

    · How Process Workflow can extend the role of Integration

    · Integration Update & New Features

    · Connect, Innovate, Extend SaaS KickOff Webcast 2020

    · Cloud Platform KickOff Webcast 2020

    · NetSuite Integration

    · Integration Insight

    · ERP Integration with Application Adapters

    · HCM Integration with Application Adapters

    · Extend SaaS with Visual Builder Cloud Service

    · Integration Adapters

    · Integrate SaaS

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    Integration & Process Partner Community Newsletter July 2021

    Dear Partner Community

    Oracle announced excellent FY21 results, thanks for the wonderful partnership. Oracle Integration is the enabler to continue the SaaS (ERP, HCM and CX) growth. Oracle Digital Assistant innovates SaaS and custom applications. To start in the new fiscal year we summarized the steps to success and want to invite you to join our launch webcasts:

    Would be great if you can forward the details to your Oracle practice. Looking forward to welcome you!

    For all SaaS consultants we offer again the popular 3 days hands-on Integration bootcamp. New schedules include India, Brazil, Asia, EMEA and US for details please see the registration page here. Thanks to the community for sharing all the integration articles: 4 Things those with Digital Integration Hubs (DIH) do that others can’t – and how they fuel innovation & SOA Suite and OIC – how easy is it? Part 3 – co-existence & Improving the performance of Oracle Integration flows that use REST calls & OIC Salesforce Integration Demo & Using REST APIs to manage Connections in OIC & Some Ideas for OIC Fleet Management & SOA Suite Docker Image Release – 21.2.2..

    Integration Insight supports process automation. Alerts and Notifications in Integration Insight help Business users to monitor and analyze processes. Insight dashboards can also be embedded within applications.

    For a short summery of our monthly key information watch the PaaS Partner Updates on YouTube. The July edition highlights Oracle Fiscal Year Results 2021, and the Steps to Success. In this month’s community webcast Arvind Venugopal will present how to connect your B2B ecosystem using Oracle Integration. Please join the Partner Community Webcast July 27th 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.

    To read the newsletter please visit www.bit.ly/PaaSNewsJuly2021

    Please like and share the newsletter at Twitter and LinkedIn.

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    Heathrow A Customer Success Story by Flexagon & Capgemini

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    In 2020, Heathrow commenced a business and technology transformation which included a move to the cloud. Among other changes, this involved a move from Oracle E-Business Suite (EBS) hosted in a private cloud to Oracle Cloud ERP and the use of Oracle Cloud Infrastructure (OCI) and Platform services such as Integration and Database. The team had been using labor-intensive manual processes to manage their infrastructure, migration of code, configurations, and other changes across environments.

    Heathrow identified an opportunity to make their processes more efficient. They knew there had to be an easier and more modern way to manage changes across their test and production environments and declared that automation would be part of their transformation and shift to the cloud. They wanted automated deployment and management of infrastructure, code, and configurations while establishing repeatable processes, including the ability to be more responsive to business needs. Read the complete article here.

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    Integrate SaaS hands-on Bootcamps Webtraining Europe Middle East & Africa July 27th, 29th August 3rd 2021

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    Do you want to find out why Gartner named Oracle as a Leader in Magic Quadrant for three years in row? Are you able to innovate quickly in the new digital world? Are you looking for ways to integrate systems and data faster using a modern cloud integration platform? Attend the Oracle Integration Bootcamp, a three days hands-on training for Oracle partners!

    Oracle Product Management is pleased to invite Oracle Partners to attend a 3-days hands-on workshop on how to integrate with ERP & HCM applications using Oracle Integration Cloud. This Invite-Only hands-on workshop will be delivered at No-Fee to Partners. It will consist of presentations, demos, and hands-on labs.

    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.

    Schedule:

    On-demand training

    Asia July 13th, 16th & 20th 2021

    EMEA July 27th, 29th August 3rd 2021

    US & Canada August 10th, 12th & 17th 2021

    For additional location please visit our website here.

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    OSB 12c SOAP webservice for temperature conversion i.e. Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa by Pranav Davar

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    This tutorial is intended for the audience who are completely new to OSB and want to try a simple hello world kind of application. Instead of sending and receiving Hello World!. We will be using simple temperature conversion i.e. from Celsius to Fahrenheit and vice versa. We will be using simple Xquery to do all conversion and logic.

    High Level:

    In this case, our OSB component will contain 2 parts proxy service and pipeline. Proxy service will expose SOAP endpoint to the client application and pipeline will perform various operations on input payload. Since this is just a Hello World application, we will not be using business services. XQuery will be used to implement mathematical logic and conditional logic. Service will take temperature as input and will perform either Fahrenheit to Celsius (FtoC) or Celsius to Fahrenheit (CtoF) temperature conversion. If the conversion type is invalid, then the service will return a failure status.

    Mathematical Calculations:

    Let temperature in Fahrenheit be X℉ and temperature in Celsius be Y℃. Read the complete article here

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    Using UN/EDIFACT for B2B Transactions by Arvind Venugopal, and Sunil Apte

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    With the May release, we have added support for EDIFACT data format for B2B with Oracle Integration. UN/EDIFACT is a standard and format for electronic business communications. It is controlled and maintained by a committee called, UNECE, that is a body formed by the United Nations.

    Now you will be able to design and run EDIFACT transactions with the Cloud Platform. Here are the key steps that allow you to do this:

    • First step is that you will now be able to design EDIFACT formatted schemas from within the B2B Design time experience in ‘B2B Schemas’
    • Once the schema is created you will be able to personalize and customize the named instance of this schema to adhere to the trading partner specifications.
    • Once you have the schemas created you will be able to use them to create B2B documents. Now, you don’t need a custom schema for B2B documents in case you are using standard schemas. In which case, you can go directly to create the B2B document. Read the complete article here.

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    Modelling Transport Integrations with Trading Partner Management by Arvind Venugopal, and Sunil Apte

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    With the May release of Oracle Integration, we have introduced the ability to setup Transport Integrations within the Trading Partner Management design time experience. With this enhancement, we have also automated the creation of the base B2B integration.

    This setup enables a B2B user to onboard Trading Partners on the Cloud platform without requiring to configure the Trading Partner setup via Integrations. In this blog, we will see how to achieve this.

    First, we will review a couple of the prerequisites to help enable this.

    • First, the backend Application Integration will have to be created for the transactions you want to process in and out from the respective app you are using. You will be able use the supported Application or technical adapters to create the connection to the app and then create the integration that houses the business logic as well as the mapping. You can find more information on the supported adapters here.
    • Second, before going to the Trading Partner screens you can create the Transport Connection for AS2 or FTP via the connections page as well as the document that you want to process via the Documents screen. Optionally, you can customize your schema as well to be used within the Documents. Read the complete article here.

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